Calculate your net worth – the difference between what you own and what you owe – and compare your results to other Canadian households.

Use the calculator to calculate personal or household net worth. You can use the asset and liability categories listed or add your own.

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Cash and equivalent assets

Cash and equivalent assets are those you could easily access if you needed the money right away. These are also called your “liquid” assets because they can be turned into cash (or liquidated) quickly.

Investment assets

Investment assets may include assets inside or outside of a registered account. Investments in registered accounts, such as RRSPs or TFSAs, may include cash, since they are not as liquid as cash or equivalent assets.

Personal assets

Personal assets are often illiquid – they are difficult to turn into cash quickly. This category of assets includes your home, valuable items or objects of diminishing value like your car.

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