Income is the consumption and saving opportunity gained by an entity within a specified timeframe, which is generally expressed in monetary terms.For households and individuals, "income is the sum of all the wages, salaries, profits, interest payments, rents, and other forms of earnings received in a given period of time."
Muslim is not allowed to sell or take part in marketing or selling alcohol or pork. You should refrain putting such unlawful items on your website or platform. If you sell such Haraam items,bayou will be committing a sinful act, and every income from such work is Haraam as well.
You should keep your platform and business activities clean and pure from any Haraam business.
Muslim should spread useful knowledge among people but we are not allowed to harm others or cause loss to them or violate their rights.
Muslim should be good citizen where ever he lives. Abiding to the laws of the land is part of the duties of good citizen. Many people try to decrease their tax liabilities through legal ways according to licensed tax advisors who advise citizens legally. It is permissible to seek and act upon such legal advice as it is in accordance to the law of the land.
Going against the law is very far from the Islamic teachings.
Any business which deals with interest is not allowed in Islam. Raising funds for loans with interest is also not allowed.
Social media marketing is like any other type of marketing, must avoid Haraam businesses.
Mut'ah marriage is a type of marriage. Permanent marriage is used by some people to gain money and it remains valid marriage. Mut'ah marriage is no difference, can be for gaining financial benefits. The main thing is to follow all the conditions of it which will ensure that it is a marriage protecting both man and woman from falling in sinful sexual acts.
Practically speaking, marriage can not be a continuous business even if it had financial factors in its initiatives.
Hajj is prescribed for both men and women in Islam and is obligatory one time on anyone who is able to perform it.
If she is not able to perform hajj (because she cannot afford it, because it would cause hardship, because she is physically unable to, because she cannot get a visa, or for other reasons), then it is not obligatory right now.
Sometimes we are not able to do things in life because of our circumstances, and this is part of life. We are not responsible for the things we cannot do.
As the Qur'an says, Allah does not intend to burden us!
If she is not able to go, it is good for her to pray for Allah to grant her the opportunity to go in the future and to have the intention to go if it becomes possible. How often are prayers to go to hajj answered!
If her circumstances change so that she becomes able to do it, then it becomes obligatory.
However the intent behind Islamic law is that everyone who can perform hajj does so regardless of whether they are a homemaker or not.
If the income of the father is mixed between lawful and unlawful, then it will allowed for his children to take what they need for their lawful needs with the intention of utilizing the lawful part of the income.
If the whole income of the father is Haram (Unlawful), then it becomes forbidden for the grown up (Baligh) children to use such unlawful income.
If you are sure that a part or percentage of the income is from unlawful source, the situation can be :
A. If you know the percentage or quantity of the unlawful funds, then you must take that unlawful part away and give it back to its real owner or if the real owner is unknown to you then to give it as Majhool Al-Maalik (funds of unknown owner) which is given to the Marje' of Taqleed to distribute it among the poor on behalf of the real owner.
B. If you do not know the exact percentage of the unlawful money or items, but you estimate it to be less than 20%, then you must pay the Khums of the whole amount, which will make the remaining amount allowed.