Capital levy is the form of taxation where the government takes section of the capital of any individual or business, as distinguished coming from a tax on personal or business profit. It is usually used on all capital above some minimum and may be set aside for just a specific purpose, such as the reduction of the population debt. A capital levy is a tax on capital as opposed to income, collected once as opposed to annually.
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