Net Worth Calculator

Assets: ?

Include any cash you have on hand, in checking accounts, or savings accounts.
Include stocks, bonds, mutual funds, ETFs, and other investment accounts.
Include the current balance of your retirement accounts such as pension plans, 401(k), or IRA.
Include the market value of properties you own, such as your home, rental properties, or land.
Include the current market value of your cars, motorcycles, boats, or other vehicles.
Include valuable personal items such as jewelry, art, collectibles, or electronics.
Include the value of your ownership in any businesses.
Include any other assets not listed above, such as royalties, patents, or other valuable items.

Liabilities: ?

Include the remaining balance on any mortgages you have on properties.
Include the remaining balance on any car loans or leases.
Include the remaining balance of any student loans you have.
Include the total amount of outstanding credit card debt.
Include the remaining balance of any personal loans you have taken.
Include any outstanding medical bills or healthcare-related debt.
Include any outstanding taxes you owe to the government.
Include any other debts or financial obligations not listed above, such as alimony, child support, or unpaid bills.

Your Net Worth:


This amount is the difference between your total assets of ? and total liabilities of ?.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is net worth?

Net worth is the difference between your total assets and total liabilities. It represents your financial health and wealth at a specific point in time.

2. How does the net worth calculator work?

Our calculator allows you to input your assets and liabilities. It then calculates your net worth by subtracting the total liabilities from the total assets, giving you a clear picture of your financial status.

3. What are considered assets in the net worth calculation?

Assets include cash, investments, retirement accounts, real estate, vehicles, personal property, business interests, and other valuable items you own.

4. What are considered liabilities in the net worth calculation?

Liabilities include mortgage loans, car loans, student loans, credit card debt, personal loans, medical bills, taxes owed, and other outstanding debts.

5. Why is it important to know your net worth?

Knowing your net worth helps you understand your financial position, track your financial progress over time, and make informed decisions about saving, investing, and spending.

6. How often should I calculate my net worth?

It is recommended to calculate your net worth at least once a year. However, tracking it more frequently, such as quarterly or monthly, can help you stay on top of your financial goals and adjustments. If you want a more comprehensive expense tracker and budgeting app, download Budget by Koody.

7. Can the net worth calculator help me plan for retirement?

Yes, by understanding your current net worth and tracking it over time, you can better plan for retirement, ensuring you have enough assets to cover your future needs.

8. What should I do if my net worth is negative?

If your net worth is negative, it means your liabilities exceed your assets. Focus on paying down debt, reducing unnecessary expenses, and increasing your income to improve your financial situation.

9. Can this calculator be used for both personal and business net worth?

Yes, you can use this calculator for both personal and business net worth by appropriately categorising and inputting your assets and liabilities.

10. Is there a mobile version of the net worth calculator?

Our net worth calculator is fully responsive and can be used on mobile devices, ensuring you can manage and calculate your net worth on the go.

11. How accurate is the net worth calculator?

The accuracy of the net worth calculator depends on the accuracy of the data you input. Ensure you provide up-to-date and precise information for the most accurate results.

12. How can I improve my net worth?

You can improve your net worth by increasing your assets (e.g., saving more and investing wisely) and decreasing your liabilities (e.g., paying off debt and managing expenses).


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