Zakat is forbidden for the Bani Hashim, rather their needs are to be met from khums:
إن هذه الصدقات إنما هي أوساخ الناس وإنها لا تحل لمحمد ولا لآل محمد
This charity is the dirt of the people, and it is not permissible for Muhammad
nor for the family of Muhammad
Some scholars have considered the above prohibition to be absolute ...
Zakat has nothing to do with income and everything to do with stored wealth. If your wife's jewelry counts as stored wealth (a matter which I believe there is some scholarly dispute on) and is above the nisab then zakat is due on it, period.
The owed zakat on zakatable gold is a percentage of that gold, which can be paid in cash or kind; if you have enough ...
Zakat is compulsory on the wealth of any (free) Muslim: male, female, adult or child.
The only conditions that play a role are:
Nisab: the minimum amount of the specific wealth that should be at hand for which zakat is a due
Hawl: the time period which this wealth should have been at hand which is one lunar year.
You should pay zakat of your money on three conditions, in very short:
The money is being held for work / commercial operations. It's ornaments for women like necklaces , rings... Etc. Or it's your house , of course you don't pay zakat for your house, it's not for your commercial operations
It should be more than Nisab, it's a quantity of money, if you ...
It sounds to me like you already know how to calculate zakat.
Zakat is due on whatever balances you have maintained for a year or longer at the time of payment, as long as you have reached the nisab. Your first concern, that whatever salary you received a month later wouldn't be zakated for another two years is true, but that's fine.
For example, let's say ...
I see no contradiction here.
The first hadith was narrated by ibn Umar, with no indication that Umar or Abu Bakr were even present to hear it. The second hadith being discussed is narrated by multiple narrators, in meaning if not verbatim. The most obvious explanation is that these are simply two different statements said at two different times to two ...
Sadaqah should be done out of halal wealth.
ما تصدق أحد بصدقة من طيب، ولا يقبل الله إلا الطيب
No one gives charity from a lawful source - and Allah does not accept anything except that which is lawful ...
— Bukhari and Muslim
With respect to what some scholars might have said regarding riba, note that it is suggested as a way to dispose of the haram income,...
There is difference of opinion on whether Zakat is obligatory on the property of a child. The view of the Maliki, Shafi'i and Hanbali madhab and the view of the majority is that it is due on their property. The guardian of the child who manages his wealth will give Zakat from it. The evidence for this view includes:
من ولي يتيما له مال فليتجر فيه ولا ...