Debt To Income Ratio Calculator

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Debt Ratio: 93%

30% or less: Good. You are probably OK. Debt repayment is not consuming a significant amount of your monthly pay, leaving you room to increase your payments enough to pay off your debts on your own. Build your budget, create a repayment plan, stick with that plan and you will likely find yourself in much better shape within a year.

31-42%: Manageable. While you may be able to manage with a debt repayment ratio this high, you are at the maximum range of acceptable. If a significant number of your debts have variable rate interest (like lines of credit) start working to reduce your debt now as rising interest rates will mean more of your paycheque will be going towards debt repayment in the future. If you are only making minimum payments, next month keep your payments the same. Having a higher, fixed, monthly payment, will help you get out of debt sooner.

43-49%: Cause for Concern. Any variation in income or interest can put you in the danger zone. If you only included minimum payments, you may not have enough room in your income to increase your payments enough to pay off your non-mortgage debts. We help many people with debts in this range make a successful proposal for partial repayment to their creditors.

50% or more: Dangerous. If debt repayment is taking up more than 50% of your paycheque, you are facing a debt crisis that you probably can’t deal with on your own. It’s time to talk about options for debt forgiveness, so you can lower your monthly payment to a much more affordable level.

This calculator can be used to determine your debt to income (DTI) ratio.

The debt to income (DTI) calculation can show whether your total debt is too much or is in line with your income capabilities.

If your household debt service ratio is too high you could be at risk for financial problems.

If you feel like your debt to income ratio is too high and you are headed for financial difficulties, we can assist you with bankruptcies and consumer proposals.

Both going bankrupt and making a debt proposal to your creditors gives you a fresh start financially.