Used by lenders to evaluate your eligibility for credit and interest rates.
This ratio will tell you how your monthly income compares to your monthly debt obligations. If your ratio is too high, this may indicate that your monthly expenses are becoming unmanageable. It may impede your ability to gain future credit and subject you to higher interest rates for future purchases.
Enter your information in the budget tool below to calculate your score. Below we offer ranges for you to evaluate your results and personal circumstances. If you feel there is room for improvement and wish to speak to one of our licensed attorneys about your options for improving your credit score and re-balancing your debt-to-income ratio, call us today at 866-261-8282.
We offer free consultations to discuss your finances, long-term goals and recommended steps for achievement. We welcome you at one of our six Michigan offices in Detroit, Ann Arbor, Dearborn, Southfield, Flint or Warren.
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The team we worked with at Acclaim has been very helpful. They are very responsive and are always ready to help. There has been no disruption and my attorney is always very straight forward with his responses. My questions and concerns are always answered via email or telephone. I will definitely…
Sam and Michelle
(Ann Arbor, Michigan)
I would love to let you know about my experience with Kevin,Chris and Cindy. They gave my husband and I are life back. We have a list of life major hurdles. I can say without a doubt they were the only ones we could count on with truth and facts and promptness. I do not know what I would of done…
(West Bloomfield, MI)
When I started at Acclaim they were every helpful in explaining the things i need to know an what all the paper work i needed to get together.. As i went through all the process on my Chapter 13 bankruptcy they kept me informed of all i need to do and to get for them. If i ever had a question they…
Just wanted to thank you for all your help settling our deficiency with the bank.
After finding out the bank wanted us to pay the difference between what we owed them on the house and what they sold it for, I didn’t know which way to turn…the thought of possibly loosing our building kept…