Skip to content

Zakat Calculator

Simplify Your Zakat Calculation

Determining your Zakat seems to be a difficult task. However, it isn’t as challenging as you might think of it. All you need to do is categorise your assets and liabilities in a way that makes it convenient for you to calculate Zakat. To make it even more convenient and quick, use our Zakat Calculator to find out how much you need to pay.

AWF Zakat Calculator has simplified the calculation by dividing assets into items to be considered to pay Zakat for (such as gold, silver, cash, savings, and business assets) and deductible liabilities (including debts and other outgoing payments). Using this breakdown, you can easily calculate Zakat.

Once you assess the value of your net assets, you can determine the amount of Zakat owed. It’s crucial to compare your net assets to the nisab threshold to find out whether Zakat is obligatory.

Zakat Calculator

Cash at Home / Bank
Gold & Silver
Property (Other Than Home)
Other Investments
Money Owed To You
Business Value
Business Debts
Unpaid Debts
Total Assets
Zakat Payable
Zakat Calculator

How to Calculate Zakat Using Zakat Calculator?

It’s simple! All you need to do is enter the details of your assets under your possession over a year into our AWF Zakat Calculator. If you are living in the UK, use our Zakat Calculator UK which will calculate Zakat accordingly. Follow these easy steps:

  • Enter your assets in the Zakat Calculator
  • Our Zakat Calculator 2024 automatically determines the total and the amount of Zakat you owe to pay.

Proceed to pay your Zakat.

Nisab of Zakat

The Nisab of Zakat is the minimum amount of wealth a Muslim possesses. These assets must be in the possession for over one lunar year to be eligible to pay Zakat. The sum is commonly known as the nisab threshold.

The nisab of Zakat is calculated on the values of Gold and Silver. In 2024, the determined value of nisab is 87.48 grams of gold and 612.36 grams of silver.


Gold Nisaab*


Silver Nisaab*


*Nisaab values are updated regularly

Utilise our Zakat Calculator 2024 to determine how much you need to pay.


Zakat Explained: Frequently Asked Questions

All Muslim adults who possess assets for over one lunar year are required to pay Zakat.

The Zakat percentage is 2.5% of your total wealth and assets. You can use our Zakat Calculator to determine how much you need to pay.

Zakat is due once your wealth exceeds the Nisab threshold for a complete Islamic lunar year. However, Muslims often opt to pay Zakat during Ramadan to reap countless rewards.

You can pay your Zakat to humanitarian causes like various initiatives Al-Wahab Foundation has been working on to provide relief to those in need. All you need to do is use the AWF Zakat Calculator, determine the amount you owe to pay, and proceed by choosing the cause to help the well-deserving.

The general rule is that debts are subtracted from one’s total wealth, and if the remaining amount still exceeds the nisab threshold, zakat is obligatory; otherwise, it is not.

See Other Projects