Lodgement (finance)

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In Ireland a lodgement is an amount lodged to a bank account or paid into a bank account via a "lodgement slip" or "paying in" slip.[1][2]

In India a lodgement is commonly used for proofs of tax deduction. A "lodgement vendor" is one who will verify proofs (rental receipts, medical receipts) to ensure that they are eligible for deduction as per the rules of Income Tax in India.[citation needed]

In Australia the electronic placing of personal tax returns with the authorities is described as the electronic lodgment (note: alternate spelling) of tax returns.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lodgements & Withdrawals Archived 2009-12-08 at the Wayback Machine, Anglo Irish Bank, Retrieved 2009-11-24
  2. ^ How banking works in Ireland: Bank Lodgements and Credit Transfers (Giros)...in Ireland Archived 2010-02-02 at the Wayback Machine, Bankhawk Banking Solutions, Retrieved 2009-11-24
  3. ^ Electronic lodgment service Archived 2013-10-25 at the Wayback Machine, Australian Taxation Office, Retrieved 2013-10-23