Use our Zakat calculator to easily determine your Zakat amount and make a meaningful contribution towards the betterment of society.

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ZAKAT Calculator

Use our Zakat calculator to easily determine your Zakat amount and make a meaningful contribution towards the betterment of society.






What is Zakat?

Zakat is an obligatory charitable contribution that is required of all adult Muslims who possess a certain amount of wealth. It is considered one of the Five Pillars of Islam and is intended to help those in need.

Who is required to pay Zakat?

Muslims who possess a certain amount of wealth, known as the Nisab, for a full lunar year are required to pay Zakat.

How is Zakat calculated?

Zakat is calculated as 2.5% of a Muslim's total wealth that has been in their possession for a full lunar year.

What is the minimum amount of wealth one must have to be eligible for Zakat?

The minimum amount of wealth, or Nisab, that one must have in order to be eligible for Zakat is equivalent to the value of 87.48 grams of gold or 612.36 grams of silver.

What types of assets are subject to Zakat?

Zakat is levied on certain types of assets, including cash, gold, silver, investment properties, and business inventory.

Can Zakat be paid to any charitable organization?

Yes, Zakat can be paid to any legitimate charitable organization or directly to individuals in need.

Is Zakat tax-deductible?

This may vary depending on the country and local laws. However, in some cases, Zakat may be tax-deductible as a charitable donation.

What happens if Zakat is not paid?

Failing to pay Zakat when it is due is considered a sin in Islam. However, there may not be any legal or civil penalties for non-payment.

Can I pay Zakat in advance?

Yes, it is permissible to pay Zakat in advance of the due date.

Can I pay Zakat in installments?

Yes, Zakat can be paid in installments throughout the year as long as the full amount is paid by the due date.

Can I give my Zakat to someone directly?

Yes, Zakat can be given directly to individuals in need as long as they meet the criteria for Zakat eligibility.

Can Zakat be used to support non-Muslims in need?

Yes, Zakat can be used to support anyone in need, regardless of their religion.

Is it necessary to pay Zakat every year?

Yes, Zakat is required to be paid annually as long as the Nisab threshold has been met.

Can I give more than the required amount of Zakat?

Yes, giving more than the required amount of Zakat is considered a voluntary act of charity, known as Sadaqah.

How does Zakat differ from other forms of charitable giving?

Zakat is a specific form of obligatory charitable giving in Islam that is calculated based on a person's wealth. Other forms of charitable giving, such as Sadaqah, are voluntary and can be given in any amount.

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Educated children are at the heart of healthy, productive and prosperous societies. And you have the power to create that society. On this holy month of Ramadan, you can come forward and donate your Zakat to children’s education.

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