DTIR

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AcronymDefinition
DTIRDebt To Income Ratio
DTIRDepartment of Training and Industrial Relations (Brisbane, Queensland, Australia)
DTIRDistinguished Teacher in Residence (California State University, San Marcos)
DTIRDaily Tip in Report (hockey)
DTIRDefense Technical Intelligence Report
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In calculating the debt to income ratio, monthly payments on mortgage, rent, utilities or taxes should not be counted as debt, while income should be after-tax net spendable income.
To get a sense of the counties included, we list in the Appendix Table every fifth county in our final sample, where the counties are sorted inversely according to the change in the debt to income ratio from 2002 to 2006.
a) Cindy's debt to income ratio is less than 8%; this illustrates that Cindy's financial leverage is less than average if an emergency should arise.
This compared with a debt to income ratio - also known as a debt stress level - of 13.05 for women and 13.66 for couples.
He said: "These figures suggest that the debt to income ratio is beginning to rise.
For example, households with incomes between $50,000 and $100,000 increased their rates of aggregate mortgage debt to aggregate income by about one-sixth and their corresponding consumer debt to income ratio by roughly 50 percent.
If house prices were to develop in line with, or at a slower rate than income growth it may lead to a stabilisation in the household debt to income ratio. After a long period of deleveraging, the debt to income ratio has risen over the past two years, reaching 138% by 4Q17.
The Central Bank's annual report revealed the Irish private debt to income ratio has risen from 115 per cent in 2003 to 134 per cent last year.
This compared with a debt to income ratio, also known as a debt stress level, of 13.05 for women and 13.66 for couples.
The lower than peers' sustainable loan-to-value ratio and debt to income ratio results in a lower credit loss of FCDQ's cover pool.