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|1.||FTP Access shall the provided if the web application account allows for delivery of ASP source code Standard (S) and Enterprise (D). You can host additional pages on your own using FTP.|
|2.||One domain name www.your-name.com shall be provided. If the name chosen by you is not available from registrar you have to chose another domain name.|
|3.||Email Administration is possible with the help of a web based control interface provided by the web site hosts.|
|4.||As an standard deployment the web application similar to the one at online.freeaccounting.in shall be deployed on your domain. If you need any customization the customization charges shall be extra.|
Jun 21, 2007
|Every businessman is interested in finding out the true profit and correct financial position of his business at the close of the trading period. The effort of the accountant is to prepare the final accounts in such a fashion which exhibits true picture of the business. Accounts are considered to be authentic proof of true financial position of a concern. But in spite of best efforts there are certain transactions which are omitted to be recorded or entered wrongly in the books. Such errors affect the final accounts. An accountant should, therefore, try to locate such errors and rectify them before the preparation of final accounts.|