Financial modelling terms explained

Net Worth

Net worth is the total value of all your assets, minus your total liabilities. A positive net worth means you have more assets than liabilities, and a negative net worth means you have more liabilities than assets.

What Is Net Worth?

Net worth is the estimated market value of a company's assets minus the estimated market value of its liabilities. It is a measure of a company's financial health and is used to evaluate a company's credit risk.

How Do You Calculate Net Worth?

Your net worth is the total value of your assets minus the total of your liabilities. To calculate it, simply subtract your total liabilities from your total assets. This will give you your net worth.

What is An Example of Net Worth?

An example of net worth is the total value of a company's assets minus the total value of its liabilities. This figure represents the amount of money that would be left over if the company were to sell all of its assets and pay off all of its liabilities. Net worth can be positive or negative, depending on a company's financial position.

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