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This study aims to obtain empirical evidence about literacy on zakat, religiosity, and perception of easiness of paying zakat toward the intention to pay zakat with zakat awareness as intervening variable. The data in this study are collected by structured questionnaires that was distributed to 87 respondents of Muslim Millennials in Tangerang. In this study, the researchers added literacy on zakat and perception of easiness of paying zakat as a development of new construct in measuring an intention to pay zakat through zakat awareness as intervening variable from the previous study. The data are quantitatively analysed using SPSS program. The data analysis using multiple regression analysis indicated that only religiosity and perception of ease give a positive and significant impact on intention to pay zakat. Further analysis using path analysis indicated that there is a direct impact from knowledge on zakat and religiosity towards zakat awareness. And there is a direct impact from religiosity and perception of ease towards intention to pay zakat. While, indirectly, knowledge on zakat, religiosity, and perception of ease through zakat awareness doesn’t give positive and significant impact towards intention to pay zakat.
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