To calculate your Zakat fill out the amounts below, according to the amount in your possession for the current lunar year:

Current Value of Nisab in GBP
Gold 87.48 grams £2303.77
Silver 612.36 grams £235.53
Gold and Silver
Value of gold you possess £
Value of silver you possess £
In hand and in bank accounts £
Savings for the future £
Money you have loaned £
Business investments £
Business Assets
Stock value £
Money owed (borrowed or credit) £
Employees’ salaries £
Other outgoings due (tax, rent, utilities) £
Total Assets £0.00
Total Liabilities £0.00
Amount of Zakat Due: £ 0.00

What is Zakat?

Zakat is the fourth pillar of Islam, and is essentially giving a portion of your wealth to give to charity. This charity acts as purification for the rest of your wealth but is also a form of worship itself.

Eligibility to pay Zakat

To be eligible for zakat, a Muslim must have a ‘minimum amount of wealth’ called the ‘nisab’, in their possession for at least one lunar year. The nisab will depend on the price of gold/silver at that current time.

Eligibility to receive Zakat

Those applicable for receiving zakat are:

  • Poor/destitute people
  • New Muslims facing hardship
  • Muslims who cannot pay debt
  • Travellers who need money to return home
  • People working in the path of Allah

The Prophet (ﷺ) said:

"The Believer's shade on the Day of Resurrection will be his charity".