Zakat Calculator

Zakat, or zakat al-Mal, means obligatory “alms” or “alms upon wealth,” and is the third pillar of Islam. Every Muslim possessing the designated minimal amount of wealth (called nisab) for the full cycle of a lunar year must, as a matter of worship, satisfy the duty of the zakat-charity.[1]

However, the calculation of zakat can be difficult. To take the guesswork out of the process, we have provided a complimentary zakat calculator for your use. Simply enter your information into this free zakat calculator below. There is no commitment to give.

Enter your information into this free zakat calculator.

No commitment is required.

Assets and Liabilities
Value in U.S. Dollars
Cash at Home
Balance Held in Bank Accounts
Resale Value of Shares
Merchandise & Profits
Gold & Silver (at current value)
Property Held as Investment
Other Income
Total of Assets Liable for Zakat
Deduct Debts
Deduct Expenses
Zakat-Eligible Total
Ensure that Zakat-Eligible Total Exceeds Nisab
Your Zakat (0.025 x Zakat-Eligible Total)

Give Zakat for Education

This Ramadan give your zakat to those who need it mostgirls and boys who want to learn but don’t have the resources to make it happen.

Give the gift of education this Ramadan.

Ramadan Mubarak!

Best wishes for a month filled with peace, harmony, and joy.



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