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Bank Levy

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Bank Levy

Bank Levy: A bank levy is a tax or penalty issued by the government which is taken directly from a person’s bank account. Though it can ultimately be waived or reduced, the amount initially levied is typically based on the value of money in the account. This form of taxation has been used for centuries to ensure that citizens fulfill their financial obligations and is still in wide use today.

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