How can someone pay zakaah who is owed money, does business and owes debts?
No zakaah is required on wealth that is given as a waqf to help people get married
Can he take back the zakaah of his wealth if he gave it to a poor person then found out that he did not need it?
His deputy gave the zakaah of his wealth in the form of foodstuff; is that acceptable or does he have to give it again?
He appointed his sister to distribute his zakaah but she refused to do it; does he have to give it again?
He gave him a bag of rice; can he give zakat al-fitr from it?
Is it permissible to give items as zakaah instead of cash?
He has some goods and some profits – how should he work out his zakaah?
Is it permissible for one who has taken out a riba-based loan to receive zakaah in order to pay off his debt?
He has repented from not praying or giving zakaah; does he have to make them up?
Does being in debt mean that zakaah is no longer due? Can he delay zakaah because he has no cash available?
Is it permissible to delay giving zakaah until the rent is due from the poor person so that it may be paid with zakaah?
Ruling on paying zakaah in instalments because the cash is not available; does she have to take a loan in order to pay zakaah?
Each partner must pay zakaah on his share of the profits from mudaarabah (partnership)
He gave him zakaah when he was not entitled to it