What are you worth today? This worksheet helps you see your total value.
First, start off with your assets. While many of these figures fluctuate through the month or year to year, this worksheet will show you where you are today. If you have an asset that is not listed—an antique car, a coin collection—write it in the other column or change one of the other categories to reflect your personal situation.
Next, record your obligations. Put down all the money you owe to other people. Again, if you have categories not listed here, or more credit cards than spaces available, just add them in an “other” spot or change a category.
The form will add up your totals.
This form helps you find out where you are. It frees you to set goals of where you want to be. Then, as you use it regularly, it helps you measure your progress.
Your net worth statement can be positive or negative. If you owe more than you own, it will be negative. This may occur at different phases in our lives. As you learn your net worth, your goals will be to have a positive net worth and increase it year after year.
This is the way to multiply your wealth.
Sample Net Worth Statement