Is the actual Khums expense that is paid after closing the books of a year considered an allowable expense for the following year's Khums calculation?

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Is the actual Khums expense that is paid after closing the books of a year considered an allowable expense for the following year's Khums calculation?

Example: Cash as of YR 1 Khums date is 20,000; Khums paid 4,000; Post Khums (Mukhammas) balance 16,000 YR 2 closing cash balance is 19,000. In my opinion, there could be two ways of calculating Khums at the end of YR 2 19000-20000 = No khums - net cash has decreased overall, so there should be no Khums. and this makes sure that there is no need to record a cumulative Mukhammas balance. Or 19,000-16,000=3,000 (khums) This means Khums of 4,000 is not considered to be an admissible expense of YR 2.

Sayyed Mohammad Al-Musawi, Sayyed Mohammad al-Musawi is originally from Iraq and heads up the World Ahlul Bayt Islamic League in London. Other than being involved in various humanitarian projects, he frequently responds to... Answered 7 months ago

The time of calculation of Khums is the end of the year of Khums which starts when you started earning. Any wealth more than last year's Mukhammas ( post Khums paid remaining amount) should be calculated for Khum of this year on the date of Khums.

'Wassalam.