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What are the advantages and disadvantages of using control accounts?

A:  Control accounts serve a number of practical purposes. First of all they summarize individual transactions into meaningful information which flows into the preparation of finanical statements. Secondly they provide a means by which one can measure and track performance over a given time period [e.g. changes in sales over the last three years] as well as verify the accuracy of financial information [i.e. auditing purposes and accuracy of information]. Lastly they provide meaning information to management in the operation of a business entity as well as the ability to make necessary adjustments. All in all pretty important stuff. Control accounts allow you to centralize financial data under one account, but does not itemize the financial data. Here in is the advantage and disadvantage....

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intellectual property – India?

A:  http://search.yahoo.com/search?p=intellectual+property+-+India&fr=yfp-t-501&toggle=1&cop=mss&ei=UTF-8...

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* Uni subject * What do you do in intellectual property law?

A:  You should have some basic understanding of intellectual property, but you''ll probably get that from your design topics. I wouldn''t suggest taking a law topic as an elective. It will teach the technical aspects of the law in much more detail than is necessary for a designer, and you may struggle if you do not have a background in legal research and legal problem solving. You would also have to be prepared to do a lot of reading. The assessment would probably include an exam as its major component (in some law topics the exam is worth up to 100%). Also, you might want to keep in mind that even law students tend to regard

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What are the advantages and disadvantages of low profile tires?

A:  Everything Nowell said, plus one thing I have to add. Another disadvantage to low profile tires is that since there is less rubber between the road and the rim, the car will ride a bit rougher, and will not have the cadillac smooth ride...

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What are the advantages and disadvantages of working as a Secretary?

A:  I always liked working as a secretary. I was in the legal field. There is less hassel that your boss has to deal with, you have set hours, you don''t have to worry about the job when you go home, and most of the time you are paid nicely. It is also good job experiance. If you don''t like it, leave and get a job someplace else. For general career info: http://www.bls.gov/oco and can search ''secretaries and administrative assistants'' or such. If or when considering schooling, please forgo those private $$ tech schools and look into the county vo-tech school or community college as long as it''s accredited within the industry. For US colleges: http://www.utexas.edu/world/univ There are no available jobs in this vocational field. does that job title even exist anymore - I thought they all...

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What are advantages and disadvantages of APars working with?

A:  If apars were working towards the same goal of unfettered access to sealed records with no compromises...then yes..it would be advantageous. If apars started inputting...yes...but...but....but, then no it would not be advantageous ETA: I guess I am now confused...LinnyG states ''Adoption Reform''...that in my view entails a whole lot more than just opening sealed records. I believe that Adoption Reform and Opening Sealed Records are 2 distinct separate issues. I believe there is no room for Adoption Reform in America, rather there needs to be an entire demolition of and rebuilt from the foundation up. But then that''s just how I see it, what I believe. Maybe LinnyG can expand on Adoption Reform and Opening Sealed Records...please? ETA: Thanks LinnyG! and for the people that just love to TD...

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Adoption; the advantages and disadvantages, please help tell us?

A:  Adoption is almost never the best solution to what is only a temporary problem. It will almost certainly cost you and your child a lifetime of pain. Be very wary of the people who are going to email you asking you to give them your child, you really have to worry about the mentality of people who would solicit for someone elses baby over the internet. Your baby is YOUR gift, not to be given away in desperation, but held onto with love and determination. NO ONE else deserves your child. Adoption is hard on children. Losing your biological family is painful. Adoption does not guarantee a better life, only a different life than a child would have had with his or her biological parents. How would you feel leaving the hospital after the birth without your child? Sometimes adoption is used as a...

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What are the advantages and disadvantages of conceal carry vs open carry of a firearm?

A:  open carry makes you a target if you are in a situation,( hold up, stop and rob, bank) If you have to defend yourself your first shot should come through your coat, vest or jacket pocket. If they come in your quick draw is going to make you dead and maybe a family member to. My wife knows that if I am in a social situation where she is not armed I will not do anything as long as she is near me. If something starts, everyone who saw that you were carrying open will look at you, pointing you out to the bad guys like the finger of doom. Don''t set yourself to lose. If you have an active shooter who you have actually observed to have shot someone and is going to shoot others, SHOOT, DO NOT CHALLENGE. Good luck get some practical training for your family''s sake. jk aka falcor...

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advantages and disadvantages of conditional fees arrangement for legal aid?

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What are the advantages and disadvantages of attending army rotc over going to west point?

A:  Even though I''m Air Force ROTC and not Army, I''m sure most of this stuff stills applies. Why I chose it over the AF Academy: -You get to be a regular college student; go home when you want, do what you want, etc. You''ll have plenty of time to be Army around the clock, so unless you really like that kind of environment, why have college be that way too? -Being a regular college student, you''re also exposed to a wider social range, as opposed to a bunch of like-minded, type-A people. -If your grades are good enough, you still can get college paid for, plus the monthly stipend. -You can go to a school that''s closer to your home and friends, something you''ll definitely appreciate later when you''re on active duty and deployed away from them. The only real benefits I saw of attending the...