What is the difference between liquid net worth and Estimated net worth?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Liquid is how much you have available to you at the drop of a hat.. how much you have in the bank. Your net worth is how much you have in assets.. so in the bank, how much your cars and real estate and investments are worth combined...Source(s): I am a banker
- ShaynaLv 51 decade ago
Jason's right. 'Liquid' refers to assets that are readily available, ie. bank account balances, cash on hand, investments, etc. 'Estimated' includes not only the liquid assets, but also the value of all property, vehicles, etc., that you own, less any outstanding money owing on any of it. Strangely enough, you could be worth half a million, but only have $100 in liquid assets available. . .lol.