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I followed the lecture and the original answer you had in the workings was correct, based on the calculation Polly would have a non saving tax liability of $200.00 at the basic rate and $2600.00 savings tax liability also at the basic rate bringing a total Tax liability of $2800.00.
also this is unrelated to the example- this Lecture is FA2019 can i use it for the June exam sitting?
Thanks in advance
1. Yes – the answer is correct in the online notes – is it that in the lecture there was a typing error about the total?
2. Look online and there are notes for June 2021 candidates explaining how and where FA 2019 lectures may be used – though new lectures updated where needed will be online this week for the income tax chapters.