It is a religious tax that is equivalent to one-fifth of one’s yearly savings.
we count saving as the year’s income minus legitimate expenses.
The total amount splits equally between Sahm El Imam and Sahm El Sadat.
We will deliver the khums to your Marjae and provide you with the original receipt.
Khums is typically calculated as a percentage of one’s net income or savings and can be divided into two parts: one part is given to the local Islamic religious leader or Marja, and the other part is used for the support of the poor and those in need. The exact amount and the criteria for paying Khums may vary among different schools of thought in Islam.
Know that whatever of a thing you acquire, a fifth of it is for Allah, for the Messenger, for the near relative, and the orphans and the needy and the [stranded] traveler.