What is your Networth?

@34momma (13895)
United States
March 29, 2007 8:28am CST
I am sorry to say that at this time my networth is not what I want it to be, but I have just learned how to get my networth up, up up!! Do you know what your networth is? Do you know how to figure out what your networth is? You have to figure out the value of everything you own, plus your income. Subtract what goes out monthly on bills and other things. What you have left over is your networth. So, are you happy with your networth? Are you taking the steps to increase it? Do you know how?
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@massageeh (966)
• Taiwan
3 Apr 07
Your question has made me step back and refocus on my networth. Personally I believe in order to have a higher networth will depend on your attitude/respect towards yourself, others and life. If you don't love yourself, you tend to neglect the things you should have. If you don't love and or respect others, you will be all alone with no love and help from people around you, and if you don't love life, well then... What can I say. A person's networth will depend on how much one enjoys living.
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@34momma (13895)
• United States
3 Apr 07
i mean if you are looking at your networth as far as life then i think you are on the right track, but when i said networth i meant once you add up everything you own, plus salary and any other moneies coming in, minus your expense what do you have left over. that is your networth
• United States
30 Mar 07
My networth is no where near what I want it to me.
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@34momma (13895)
• United States
30 Mar 07
So what are you doing to change that? What is your Commitment to yourself to get it where you want it to be?
@yanjiaren (9050)
29 Mar 07
My networth at the moment is 500 bucks a week..but i need to get it up a bit more..That is liquid net worth..I haven't calculated the fixed asset that I partly own that has gone up by over 12% this year..I need to bring my net worth up to 1, 000 a week so my hubby can give up his job and we can start our own business together.I have a great online idea that my hubby thinks is fantastic..but he needs to give ..up his job so we caqn run it..As he is the computer King lol..
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@34momma (13895)
• United States
29 Mar 07
your networth is all of your income and assets. what you are talking about is your monthly income.
• United States
29 Mar 07
What a question? At this stage of the game, studying our networth, since we are preparing for retirement in a few years, we have recently had to sit down with our broker and find out what our networth really was. I have to say it looks pretty good. Our real networth compared to our financial status is amazing. It's interesting to note that your networth doesn't always reflect who you are, or how you live. My husband made a comment. 'It's sad when you are worth more on paper than you are in real life'. Our networth is actually pretty astounding. Our home, personal items, stocks and bonds, retirement accounts and savings add up to a healthy chunk of change, all there for future years. What we live on now to have it available in those future years doesn't compare by half. But, when you finally see the big picture at the end of all those years of hard labor, it begins to look pretty nice. It's certainly something to look forward to.
@34momma (13895)
• United States
29 Mar 07
Well good for you that you know. I did mine yesterday and boy oh boy! Then i said ok, now let's get those numbers moving up. As you already know I have a few things in the works. I am so excited about my life and my role in it.