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How much are you worth (or do you owe) – not counting your home?This week's MoneySaving poll

We’re asking the same question as last week, but this time we want you to exclude your home and mortgage (primary residence only - if you have a second property or buy-to-let include that).

To answer this question, you first need to do a little sum:

1. Add up: the total value of your assets such as your savings & pension (excluding your home).
2. Subtract: outstanding debts - include credit card debt, exclude student loans & mortgage.

Then whether you've "net worth" or "net debt", pick your relevant option:

I'm a homeowner (but remember to exclude the value of your primary residence & mortgage)

Clear All
I'm not a homeowner

Clear All

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