Your net worth is the total value of your assets (cars, houses, yachts, airplanes, bank accounts, etc.) minus any outstanding debts (credit cards, mortgage, etc.) you may have.
In short, Assets - Debts = Net Worth
Example: John owns an apple farm worth $100,000, an electric car worth $20,000 and has a Capital One 360 Savings Account with a $5,000 balance; his total assets equal $125,000.
On the debt side, John also has $20,000 in student loans and owes $50,000 on his farm house. His total debt (liability) would be $70,000.
To calculate his net worth, John would subtract his liabilities ($70,000) from his total assets ($125,000), to reach his net worth of $55,000.