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Default ??? about error message

I am having a small problem I am trying to add data to my database on my local SQL Server. I inserted this Try...Catch... Statement in my code to find the problem.

Code'Execute the SqlCommand object to insert the new data... 
        Catch ex As Exception 
        End Try

System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException: Invalid Column Name 'AIncome'......
That is how the column is labeled in the Sql Database.

'set the SqlCommand object properties... 
        objCommand.Connection = SqlConnection1 
        objCommand.CommandText = "INSERT INTO Demo " & _ 
        "(Address, AIncome, CNumber, ECost, FName, ID, LName, Status)" & _ 
            "VALUES (@Address, @AIncome, @CNumber, @ECost, @FName, @ID, @LName, @Status);":

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