calculate your zakat

Your Zakat Assets​

Please select all the options you think applies to you. A description for each will appear for more information.

What I Own

My Liabilities

My Cash

Include: Cash both in hand and in all bank accounts (current and savings), cash lent to others, salary, benefits and rental income etc.
Cash in Bank Accounts

Money owed to me

(if you are sure that the money will be returned)

My Gold & Silver

Gold and silver in all forms, including jewellery: value your gold at your local jeweller
Gold & Silver

My shares

stock held in business have Zakāt on their market value. With regards to shares if they were bought as commodities then the market value of the shares is determined as an asset. However, if bought as a long-term investment then the Zakatable proportion represented in the share and the annual dividends would be added instead.

Real Estate

if a property is purchased solely for earning rent and not to sell at a later date, the property itself is not Zakatable. Any rental income that remains on the Zakāt due date is, however, Zakatable. However, if you purchased a property to sell at a later date for profit, then you have to pay Zakāt on the total value of your property at the market value on the Zakāt due date.

My pensions

The zakatable portion of personal pensions and ‘money purchase’ pensions have to be determined on the Zakāt date and considered as an asset. As for final salary pensions, they are not Zakatable.

My ISAs, Junior ISAs & Child Trust Funds

My Crypto

Enter the value in pounds

My business assets

Business goods: anything you buy with the intention of trade
This can be if you buy and sell products online or you have a shop outlet. You have to add all your inventory at the sale price not the buying price.
STOCK: if there are raw materials include current value.

Live stock and Land

you may have livestock and land in your ownership. Please refer to the livestock guide for more details. If the land is purchased with the intention to sell you have to include the current market value.

Money I owe

Outstanding utility bills
All arrears and overdue payments
Mortgage: only deduct one month payment at your Zakat date
Long term debts: deduct one month payment if you paying in instalments etc.
Credit Card
Business Liabilities

Work out your Zakat amount

Once you have added your total Zakatable assets – then deducted all your liabilities – you pay 2.5% of the total remaining amount.

Summary of your Zakat calculation

Who Can I Give My Zakat To?

Today Nisab Is: £ 391.91

Nisab values are updated regularly

Your Zakat summary

What I have: £ 00
Minus what I owe: £ 00
Equals Total Zakatable: £ 00
So my Zakat (2.5%) is: £ 00