I have removed:
A lodgement is often an amount lodged to a bank account or "paid in" to a bank account via a "lodgement slip" or "paying in" slip. It is synonymous with the term to deposit. This should sensibly be the expression used globally in the english speaking world, however currently it is limited to Ireland and few other areas, although it is rapidly becoming standard in the U.K.
The term lodgement is also commonly used in India 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.
as this article is about military lodgements. I suggest that if these terms are going to be included that they be in included in Wiktionary:lodgement or in separate Wikipedia articles, and when such articles are created that the text carries citations containing reliable sources. --PBS (talk) 17:55, 23 November 2009 (UTC)
- I don't understand. The term lodgement is not solely used in a military context. Here in India it has widespread use in the area of tax deduction claims. Why should it not be added in this article? I'd claim the usage of the term is greater in the sense I've described rather than a military sense.—Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk • contribs) 15:12, 2 February 2010