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401(k) repayment isn’t deductible in bankruptcy

A debtor’s repayment of a loan from his 401(k) fund doesn’t qualify as a deduction from gross income for the purpose of the Bankruptcy Code’s new means testing regime, the 9th Circuit has ruled in affirming the dismissal of a Chapter 7 petition.


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