The Liquidity Index is a score that ranks households by estimated liquid assets. 
Liquidity refers to assets that are either cash or can easily be converted to cash. 
Since most charitable gifts are made with liquid assets, higher estimated liquidity could translate to a larger capacity with which to make charitable gifts. 

Note: To read the chart, as an example, if an individual scores a Liquidity Index of 250, they are likely to have 2.5 times the national average. 

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