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The following code in my query isn't working properly. It says there is an invalid syntax. After I hit OK it highlight the first semi-colon between the first two 31500;315000.

Any idea what I need to change?

I am using the following code:

Result: IIf([Rec]>=315000;315000;[Rec])*0.00015873+IIf([Rec]-315000>0;IIf([Rec]>=374000;59000;[Rec]-315000);0)*0.000423729+IIf([Rec]-374000>0;IIf([Rec]>=480000;106000;[Rec]-374000);0)*0.000471698+IIf([Rec]-480000>0;IIf([Rec]>=585000;105000;[Rec]-480000);0)*0.000714286+IIf([Rec]-585000>0;[Rec]-585000;0)*0.000588235

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I can't tell where you're from but in the American English version of Access, we use the comma as a separator not the semi-colon.  Try using a comma.
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by:Neil Russell
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Use ,  NOT ;
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Thanks!
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