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Question ID  1611  -  Zakat and Khums -  2014-07-07 10:00:01
A.O.A I run a small school. my husband dont pay khums but i give khums. What ever my husband hives me to spend and after expenses i save some money. .have i to pay khums on that money also. ..
 
Answer:-  Yes. Khums is obligatory on every savings whether from your business or
gifts from husband or others.
Wassalam
Mohammadbal-Musawi
 
Question ID  1569  -  Zakat and Khums -  2014-06-29 04:45:01
I have received a Khums guide from reputable Shia organisations and there is something that deeply confuses me. There is no mention of subtracting ones expenses from Khums, there is only mention of subtracting the "remainder of last year's savings in which Khums was already paid" from the present years total income. I have never seen this before, can you recommend a step by step guide on how to calculate Khums please? Thank you & Duas.
 
Answer:-  Khums of every year is calculated from what you have or own now ( which is
the amount of your income minus what you have already spent for livelihood
or usual expenses). If this remainder amount includes previous year or
years amounts out of which you have already paid Khums, then amounts which
are previously purified should excluded, then the new net income only (
which means net savings of this year) is to be applied for this year
Wassalam.
Mohammad al-Musawi
 
Question ID  1543  -  Zakat and Khums -  2014-07-13 22:30:01
Salaamalaykum. May Allah (SWT) bless you and your family. When paying Khums, is it better for me to let the charity and his eminence Ayatullah Sistani (my Maraja) to decide where to spend the Khums? My dilemma is that I do not know where Khums is needed most and I have been given the option by charities to give Khums for different causes helping needy Shias in different countries. Thank you for your guidance. Salaams and Duas.
 
Answer:-  If you do not know where Khums is more needed, you should seek help from
Marja' of Taqleed or his deputies send the Khums to him as he knows much
more than you where are the needy places.
Wassalam.
Mohammad al-Musawi

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Question ID  1538  -  Zakat and Khums -  2014-06-23 23:15:01
Salaamalaykum. May Allah (SWT) bless you and your family. After I have calculated Khums, what would be the best way to pay half of it as Sehme Imam and half of it as Sehme Sadat? What does Sehme Imam and Sehme Sadat refer to in Islam please? Your guidance is greatly appreciated. Salaams and Duas.
 
Answer:-  Sahm e Imam is to be paid to the Imam of the time; who is now Imam Al Mahdi
(AS) or his deputies who are the Marjas of Taqleed or their authentic
deputies. You may seek permission from the Marja to spend part of Sahm e
Imam in genuine service to Islam or poor.
Sahm e Sadat is the share and the right if poor Sadat.byou may give to them
either directly if you know really deserving Sadat, or through reliable
Ulama who will make it reach to deserving Sadat.
Wassalam.
Mohammad al-Musawi

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Question ID  1533  -  Zakat and Khums -  2014-06-24 06:45:01
Salamun Alaikum...... I had given my khums Payment(Both Sehme Imam and Sehme Sadaat) to my relative in City where Aqai Sistani authentic wakeel is living.He gave him after Prayer in Masjid and did not take the reciept.I am certain about this handing over of money to wakeel by my relative.Is it enough? Is my namaz and other obligations right if this khums payment includes khums on sajdahgah and Musallah?
 
Answer:-  After paying your due Khums, all your use of the remaing amount will be
valid Insha Allah.
If your cousin can get you receipt, it will be good.
Wassalam.
Mohammad al-Musawi


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