Zakat Calculator

Our user-friendly calculator precisely determines the amount you need to contribute, based on your possessions.

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Understanding Zakat: Your Comprehensive Guide to Giving


In the heart of Islamic tradition lies zakat, one of the Five Pillars of Islam, embodying the spirit of giving and communal support. It’s not just an act of charity but a form of worship and a means to purify one’s wealth. At AutarkySukuk, we’re committed to helping you navigate the complexities of zakat, ensuring your contributions make a real difference in the lives of those in need.


What is Zakat?

Zakat is a compulsory act of charity that requires every eligible Muslim to donate a portion of their wealth to those less fortunate. This ancient practice is designed to reduce poverty, distribute wealth more evenly, and assist in the welfare of the community. It’s about more than just financial aid; it’s a way to cleanse your wealth and soul.


Why Zakat Matters

In today’s world, where inequality and poverty persist, zakat plays a crucial role in providing support to the needy, offering educational opportunities, healthcare, and emergency relief. By fulfilling your zakat, you’re not just adhering to a religious duty; you’re also contributing to social justice and economic equality.


Calculating Your Zakat

Calculating your zakat can seem daunting, but it’s a straightforward process once you understand the basics. Generally, if your wealth exceeds a certain threshold (nisab) and has been in your possession for a lunar year, you owe zakat. The standard zakat rate is 2.5% of your zakatable wealth, which includes cash, gold, silver, and investments. Our website offers a detailed zakat calculator to help you determine the exact amount you need to contribute.


How to Distribute Your Zakat

Ensuring your zakat reaches the right hands is as important as the act itself. Zakat can be distributed to eight categories of beneficiaries mentioned in the Quran, including the poor, the needy, and those in debt. At AutarkySukuk, we ensure your zakat contributions are channeled to legitimate and impactful projects, helping you fulfill your obligation with peace of mind.


Making Your Zakat Count

Making your zakat count isn’t just about fulfilling a religious obligation; it’s about making a tangible difference. Here are some tips to ensure your zakat has the maximum impact:

Start planning early: Don’t wait until the last moment to calculate and distribute your zakat.

Educate yourself: Understand the needs of your community and the best ways to support them.

Choose reputable organizations: Ensure that you’re giving through legitimate channels that use your zakat efficiently and transparently.



Zakat is a powerful tool for social change, embodying the Islamic values of generosity, compassion, and responsibility. At AutarkySukuk, we’re dedicated to guiding you through your zakat journey, from calculation to distribution, ensuring your contributions serve those in need effectively. Together, we can make a world of difference.


Contact Us

For more information on how to calculate and distribute your zakat, or if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Let’s make your zakat journey meaningful and impactful.