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Obviously, net worth tends to be the measurement of choice when comparing wealth. And in this age of extreme wealth inequality, the median net worth for U.S. households — straight up assets minus liabilities — comes in at a $97,290, according to the Survey of Consumer Finances. But here’s why liquid net worth is a better measure.