Take the standard deduction on means test and you wouldn't list on schedule B because you don't have an ownership interest in the vehicle. You need to list the lease on Schedule G as an executory contract. You also need to list the creditor as a secured creditor. You need to indicate on SOFA that the vehicle is property you're holding for a third-person. You should get an attorney.
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Means Test - 1 vehicle operated for paragraph 27a; for paragraph 28, you subtract the average monthly cost from the IRS standard ownership.
Schedule B has nothing to do with the means test.
A leased vehicle need not be listed in Schedule B.
Regular loans are not included in the Means Test.
I suggest you contact an experienced local bankruptcy attorney to assist you.
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Mr Wrobel's numbers are for the Ch13 "means test", but otherwise correct. You can count the car in both the operating expense category and the ownership/lease category.Ask a similar question