I put a sample of a personal net worth statement template form up on Google Docs. You can easily download it then add and remove rows at your leisure. Keeping a local copy you can add and remove accounts as needed without re-creating it every time.
As you can see from the Household Net Worth Statistics charts below, the median value of household net worth for families has risen rapidly since 1989.
Here are the latest statistics available for average (mean) U.S. Net Worth Distribution Statistics by Age. You can see the trend over time in the first chart and view the raw numbers in the bottom chart.
I was looking for Rich-O-Meter 3.0 and here is what I found as a followup to my original post on net worth percentiles and the Rich-O-Meter.
Here are the latest Net Worth Wealth Percentiles available using 2013 data. Net worth is the difference between assets and liabilities. Therefore if debt is higher than total assets, net worth can be less than zero as you see in the first percentile bracket for mean net worth.
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Here is a summary of where you are relative to other people for your personal net worth according to your age percentile.
To calculate my Personal Net Worth, I substitute the information below in my Net Worth Formula. The basic formula for Net Worth is: ASSETS minus LIABILITIES. It is defined as Everything you OWN, minus Everything you OWE.
I created a spreadsheet template you can download and enter in all of your Asset and Liability values. I included additional rows for personalized items that are not included in the pre-defined categories. After you download the spreadsheet you can rename those rows if you want.
Here are the latest Net Worth Percentiles available in 2010.