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09 Jan 13 #373612 by Mena
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I was reading EX160A and it seems you are exempted from fees if your income is below a certain level. However no mention is made of savings/capital (except that only income from it is taken into account). This seems strange.

Does it mean you can have large savings but so long as annual income is upto £12K (concession 2), you qualify for fee exemption?

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12 Jan 13 #373963 by Mena
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