Andrew Jackson did not like the National Bank. He thought that it only was good for the rich people, not everyone. The man who was running the bank was Nicholas Biddle.
Jackson's Vice President, John C. Calhoun, liked the national bank. He also thought that it was okay for the states to be able to nullify federal laws, which is pretty much not following them.
Jackson put out a tariff that became known as the Tariff of Abominations, because not very many people liked it. It caused there to be a fee on imported/ exported goods.
With the support of Calhoun, South Carolina got together and decided that they would nullify the tariff, or not follow it. They also threatened to secede from the union, which means to seperate themselves and not be a part of the union anymore.
Both sides came to an agreement, Jackson lowered the Tariff and South Carolina didn't secede. But, Jackson also passed a Force Bill, which allowed him to use the Army if needed to enforce Tariffs and Laws. South Carolina nullified the bill.
Jackson's Presidency came to an end with the Indian Removal Act. This forced five Native American tribes to have to move from the East side of the Mississippi River to the West side. On the Trail of Tears, thousands of Indians lost their lives trying to get to their new reservations.