Did you know that before financial institutions grant you a loan, they calculate your debt ratio to determine if you are in a position to meet your financial obligations?
The calculation of your debt ratio is done by taking your monthly payments on your loans and dividing them by your monthly income. If your debt ratio exceeds 30-35%, it is unlikely that a financial institution will agree to an additional loan. A high debt ratio is dangerous and can lead to serious financial problems in the medium or long term.
Use our calculator to determine your debt ratio. If it is high, do not hesitate to contact us so that together we find solutions to reduce your debt and solve your financial problems.
A. Your monthly income
How much do you earn after taxes per month?
B. Your monthly payments
Rent or mortgage (with taxes and insurance)
Personal loans (furniture, travel, etc.).
Credit cards and lines of credit
Your monthly income should be positive.
Great! Your debt ratio is .
Good! Your debt ratio is
Your debt ratio is , which is tolerable.
Be careful! Your debt ratio is .
Get a free consultation with an advisor to determine if your situation is problematic and know your options to reduce or eliminate your debt.
Note: The calculation of the debt ratio is a quick assessment of your situation and does not take into account the many complexities. An evaluation by an insolvency advisor is recommended for a more accurate picture of your situation.