Simplifying your Zakat calculation
Calculating your Zakat isn’t as difficult as you may think. We find that breaking your assets down into different categories makes the Zakat calculation process really simple.
We have broken down the calculation process into Zakatable assets (gold, silver, cash, savings, business assets etc.) and Deductible liabilities (money you owe, other outgoings due) so you can calculate the Zakat you owe easily.
The amount of Zakat you need to pay will be determined once you have calculated the value of your net assets. You then need to see whether your net assets are equal to, or exceed, the Nisab threshold.
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Zakat is payable at 2.5% of the wealth one possesses above the nisab. Nisab, which is equal to 85 grams of 24k gold, is the minimum amount of wealth one must have before they are liable to pay zakat. *The nisab amount listed is based on the latest available report to us (note: This number may change daily depending on fluctuations in the gold exchange rate). Zakat is liable on gold, silver, cash, savings, investments, rent income, business merchandise and profits, shares, securities and bonds. Zakat is not paid on wealth used for debt repayment of living expenses such as clothing, food, housing, transportation, education, etc. IRSA follows the practice agreed upon by most scholars, which states that collectors of zakat are one of the eight groups that are eligible to receive zakat. As such, IRSA is eligible to use up to 12.5% of donations made to zakat-specific funds for core work, including administrative and operational functions. Finally, an important note: Please consider adding 2% to your total zakat donation when using a credit card—this will compensate for any transaction fees deducted from your donation by the credit card companies, and will ensure that your intended