Monthly debt repayment = 8,000
Monthly net take-home pay = 32,000
Debt-to-income ratio = 8,000 / 32,000 = 25%
Your debt-to-income ratio is presented as a percentage. Thus, with the example on the left, you have a debt-to-income ratio of 25%.
Generally, a debt-to-income ratio of more than 40% is a signal that you may have too much debt and could be header for some financial trouble. A high debt-to-income ratio could mean that you can be denied further credit or you will have to pay a higher interest rate if you take on more credit.
*Income refers to your net take-home pay (or your earnings minus takes and other deductions)
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