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Zakat Calculator

Give your Zakat in the holy month of Ramadan, and multiply your blessings. The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) told us that obligatory acts performed in Ramadan are rewarded 70 times over, subhanallah. Calculate what you owe with our easy-to-use calculator, and donate now to reap the blessings of the merciful month of Ramadan.

Understanding Zakat: Fulfilling Your Spiritual Duty

Zakat is one of the 5 pillars of Islam. Zakat purifies the wealth of the giver and improves the condition of society by uplifting those in need.

Every sane, adult Muslim with surplus wealth above a certain level (Nisab) is required to pay Zakat every lunar year. Zakat is calculated as 2.5% of the surplus wealth.

Use the Aghosh UK Zakat calculator to work out your Zakat.
“And establish prayer and give Zakat, and whatever good you put forward for yourselves – you will find it with Allah.”
Quran, 2:110
“And establish prayer and give Zakat and loan to Allah a beautiful loan. And whatever good you put forward for yourselves – you will find it with Allah. It is better and greater in reward.”
Quran, 73:20

Key Statistics

As a developing country located in the South-Asian region, Pakistan faces enormous challenges due to Poverty, Healthcare, Infrastructure, and, most recently due to Climate Disasters like the Pakistan Floods 2022. These figures can make the case for themselves:

24.3%

PK Population Below Poverty

22.8 Million

Out of School Children

4.2 Million

PK Orphans

Pakistan faces challenges on multiple fronts and, the most affected by these, are orphaned children who need watchful guardians to see through their social development.

Helping Our Brothers & Sisters

The scale of the suffering in Pakistan is immense right now, weakening millions with poverty. We must preform our duty and help others. We must act.
Let’s practice Islam by donating a generous Zakat & Sadaqah.

Understanding the Nisab - The Minimum Threshold

Zakat is only due if wealth exceeds the Nisab threshold.

The Nisab is the minimum amount of wealth a Muslim must possess in order to pay Zakat. 

The Nisab threshold is determined by the values of gold and silver. The Nisab is the value of 87.48 grams of gold or 612.36 grams of silver.

On 3 March 2024, the Nisab threshold is:

Silver 612.36 grams = £359.95

Or

Gold 87.48 grams = £4,629.27

Calculate your Zakat

The Aghosh UK Zakat Calculator splits out zakat-eligible assets and any debts. The total of these will give your net assets.

Zakat is due on the total value of net assets if this equals or exceeds the Nisab.

Your Zakat-Eligible Assets

Enter the values of all zakat-eligible assets that have been in your possession for a lunar year.

YOUR DEBTS

Please enter any debt that you have

Due To The High Price Of Gold Compared To The Price Of Silver, It Is Encouraged To Use The Silver Value For Nisab When Calculating Zakat. This Is To Maximise The Zakat Collected, Which Then Maximises The Benefit To The Poor And Needy And All Those Who Are Eligible To Receive Zakat. For Any Specific Questions On Zakat, Please Refer To A Scholar Or Alim.

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