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F.A.Q. > Chapter 13 > I am a self employed debtor. What information do I need to provide prior to the scheduled 341 meeting of creditors?

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A self-employed debtor operating a business, corporation, or LLC that incurs trade credit must provide the following:

  1. Copies of Federal and State tax returns for the past two years, including relevant business schedules.
  2. Copies of financial statements provided to a third party.
  3. Current books and records of the business if requested.
  4. Monthly profit and loss statements (P&L) for the year preceding the filing.
  5. Current schedule and aging of the account receivables.
  6. Current insurance policies.
  7. Lease agreements.
  8. Six months of bank statements.
  9. Current balance sheet.
  10. Trustee Business Case Questionnaire, located here.

Please submit all required business documents to your attorney.  If the required business documents have not been timely completed and returned, testimony will not be taken at the 341 meeting of creditors, and Trustee may move to dismiss this case.  The Trustee's office must receive the required business documents from your attorney no later than 7 days prior to the first scheduled 341 meeting of creditors.

Debtors must also provide quarterly P&L’s and proof that each state and federal tax requirement is being filed and paid.  Additionally, the debtor in business must provide a copy of the annual 1040 for each year in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy.  Business documents should be provided to your attorney.