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The Zakat is the third pillar of Islam, and is obligatory upon every Muslim who is mature, sane, free and has accumulated the minimum required amount of wealth (nisab). By giving part of their wealth Muslims perform a religious duty, cleanse their possessions, and contribute to the overall health of society by uplifting those in need of economic support and relief.
Current Nisab Value as of: March 10th 2023
Cash at Home/Bank
Gold Price per gram: $82.89
Silver Price per gram: $0.91
Debts Owed To You
Liabilities / Personal
Liabilities / Business
Frequently Asked Questions
Zakat al-Mal (commonly called “Zakat“) is due when a person’s wealth reaches the nisab amount and can be paid anytime during the year. Most people pay it during Ramadan. Zakat al-Fitr is paid by the head of the household for each member of the family, before Eid al-Fitr prayer. Zakat al-Fitr is about the price of one meal — estimated at $10 in 2017.