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IFG Zakat Calculator

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  • Our calculator caters for a huge range of asset classes   
  • Simply input your assets and we will do the rest
  • View the zakat calculation, asset breakdown and tips so you know you are paying the right amount
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Guide & FAQs

What Is zakat? Zakat (‘zakat al-mal’), the third pillar of Islam is a compulsory 2.5% tax on wealth that is above the Nisab rate.

Zakat is paid annually and towards certain charitable causes that are eligible for Zakat. Zakat can be paid in instalments but it is best to be pay it all together.
What is Nissab?

What is Nisab?

Nisab refers to a value/threshold set by the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). When an individual's wealth and assets exceeds the Nisab, they are required to give Zakat.


Nisab Rate - May 2022

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Do I need to pay Zakat on investments and assets?

Yes - have a read of this article or comprehensive guide.

And the following articles for Zakat on Crypto, NFTs and collectibles. 

Do I need to pay Zakat on pensions? Yes but it depends, read a more detailed article here.
What about Zakat al fitr? Zakat al-fitr is a separate form of zakat that is paid before Eid. Your local Mosque will take Zakat al-fitr and provide a recommended rate. 
Do I have to pay my Zakat in Ramadan?

Zakat can be paid any time of the year but it is due on the anniversary of the last lunar calendar date that you paid it last. 

Many people opt to pay their Zakat in Ramadan to double up on rewards.

Do I need to pay Zakat on loans? In short, yes. Money that you have lent out and expect to receive back will incur zakat each year as normal, however it depends on the type of loan. Read our full article on this here.
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