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# Struct Method Task 3 of 4

Is anyone else having trouble moving past Struct Method task 3 of 4? The preview isn't showing anything as wrong.

struct.swift
```struct Expense {
var description: String
var amount: Double = 0.0

init (description: String) {
self.description = description
}

func calculateTaxes (percentage: Double) -> Double {
return (self.amount * (percentage/100))
var item = Expense (description: "Whatever works")
let amount = 100
}

}
```

The "amount" is a property of the struct Expense. To get access to this property you should use item.amount instead of just amount. If you just type in "let amount = 100", it just means that you create a constant named amount and its value is 100. Hope this helps!

This entire module has been tough for me! I agree with the previous post, but here's the code where I actually got it to work.

```struct Expense {
var description: String
var amount: Double = 0.0

init (description: String) {
self.description = description
}

func calculateTaxes(percentage: Double) -> Double {
return (self.amount * (percentage/100))
}
}

var item = Expense (description: "any expense")
item.amount = 100
```