How much is John Walton worth?
The 61-year-old Hungarian darts player has done well thus far! Most of John’s money comes from being a darts player. So what is John Walton’s salary per year?
John Walton’s net worth estimate is $100,000 - $1M.
Source of Wealth
Net Worth 2023
|$100,000 - $1M|
Earnings in 2023
|He lives in England, United Kingdom|
|There are no vehicles shown to the public|
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What does net worth mean?
Net worth is everything you own of significance (Assets) minus what is owed in debts (Liabilities). Assets include cash and investments, real estate, cars and anything else of value.
How is net worth calculated? Assets – Debt = Net Worth. Net worth is calculated by adding all owned assets (anything of value) and then subtracting all of your liabilities.
Is net worth yearly? No, net worth is not yearly.
What net worth is considered wealthy, rich and upper class?
In the U.S. salary average is around $59,000, and only 20% of Americans have a household income of $100,000 or more.
Is net worth the same as net income? No, net worth is not the same as net income. Net income is what you actually bring home after taxes and payroll deductions, like Social Security and 401(k) contributions.
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