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Choose the Best Content Writers

[ Verde que te quiero Verdi ]⠀ “Verde Viento. Verdes Ramas…” As quoted by famous writer Garcia Lorca “Green, I love you green. Green breeze. Green Branch.” Green: the color where it all starts, the color of Verdi. (In this photo, leaves of the fique plant

Online business has emerged as a powerful business tool. This has increased the demand of content writers. The skill and expertise of Indian content writer should be harnessed by the business professionals around the world. There is great demand in outsourcing the work to Indian content writers. The articles written by Indian writers are giving good result with the targeted audience.

The content writing requires a lot more than just writing articles. Indian writers are dedicated in their work on the given field. They undergo a basic research in the respective business before committing the articles. The articles they write contain compassion and allegiance to the business commitment. They are updated in the latest trends in the industry and work par excellence. The vocabulary and the style of trained writers in India are to be worth mentioning.

According to the nature of business the writers can be chosen. The expert writers in the field of interest can be assigned for your work. There will be a consistency in their work and they can surely compete with the quality content writers all around the globe. Geographically specific search engine knowledge will be their additional quality. There was a widespread belief about the grammar mistakes in Indian content writers. This is a false belief as generally even the student community in India is giving more preference to English rather than their regional languages. The expert writers in India have an impeccable hold in the English language. The Indian writers have amazing skill in article editing and they can provide you superior quality work within the stipulated time. The general awareness about the topic of interest and a good command over English language are the main requisite of a writer. The analyzing aptitude of writers in India and the time shift between countries are appealing the people to choose Indian content writers.

How to Share a Child Poem

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For a child, poems are very abstract. They do not have the flashy colors, vibrant energy or loud explosions of Saturday morning cartoons and display little of the exciting, adventurous tones of a particularly engaging comic book. However, to a child, poems that strike the right cord are not impossible to find. You just need to find the right child poem. A child poem is not very much unlike a normal poem. It is however, written and directed towards children, offering details that they would enjoy.

Poetry is a fickle art form with millions of examples; many of them brilliant, many of them awful, and a great deal of them quite dull or too complicated for a child. To strike the right note early on with a child, poems that are simple and interesting are vital. They also serve to create a growing interest in reading at a young age.

What to look for in a Child Poem

Children's poetry in the 20th century has a very unique flavor to it, having been developed and institutionalized by writers like Dr. Seuss and Shel Silverstein. However, they were not the first to write child poems and should not be the last place a parent looks when trying to find the perfect one. With that in mind, what exactly should those parents look for?

A child poem should be lighthearted

A compelling storyline is also a great selling point for a child poem.

Abstract emotion and metaphor will bore a child.

Child Poems should not create unwanted situations with awkward, touchy subjects.

A child poem should be written to entertain, not solely teach. A good combination is always good though.

Who to turn to for Child Poem

Many of the great writers of children's literature also wrote poetry during their lives. Lewis Carroll is a great example. Famous for Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, Carroll's poetry is equally as compelling. Jabberwocky is a great, funny nonsense child poem from those books:

'Twas brillig, and the slithy toves

Did gyre and gimble in the wabe;

All mimsy were the borogoves,

And the mome raths outgrabe.

"Beware the Jabberwock, my son!

The jaws that bite, the claws that catch!

Beware the Jubjub bird, and shun

The frumious Bandersnatch! "

Rudyard Kipling also wrote his fair share of poetry alongside his novels. Famous for his work on The Jungle Book among many other adventurous children's stories, Kipling wrote poems like Gunga Din, long story driven pieces that were both funny and compelling for young children.

Louisa May Alcott, the famous author of Little Women and Little Men and an almost essential writer in the canon of American literature wrote her own share of goofy child poems as well. Poems such as "The Rock and the Bubble" and "A Song from the Suds" are funny, entertaining distractions for children. Her poems especially strike at the curiosity of a child, the most important target for any literary work, lest that child grows bored too quickly

The Forensics of Signed Celebrity Art

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When it comes to art, many professionals in the field of what is considered "great" and "historic" art, believe that signed celebrity art or celebrity art in general, has no place in the world of art. These so-called professionals believe that true artists are only comprised of those who dedicate their own lives to a specific type of art, such as painting or sculpturing. However, if a celebrity crosses over and begins to produce artwork, many professionals will not take them or their work seriously. They will simply believe that the celebrity is simply "dabbling" in art.

This is true of various types of art beyond the world of historic and museum type art. It can even be seen in the field of entertainment. For instance, when a musician attempts to cross over from music into acting, many people raise an eyebrow and will criticize the musician for their acting. They will make bold statements saying that the musician should stick to singing and get away from acting. This has been seen a great deal over the last decade as many rap artists have attempted to cross the boundaries between one creative medium to the next. Very few artists can successfully do both and this has been seen time and time again.

The main reason for this is that people in general will always see an artist in the first vein that they were recognized in. If an individual acquired fame as a singer, not many people want to see them cross over into another field of entertainment or art. They will always forever judge the person or celebrity based on the first thing that they were successful at. This is why there are few individuals and or celebrities who have been successful in more than one creative outlet.

However, the forensics of signed celebrity art, have proven that regardless of the artistic talent of a musician, singer, sports figure, or actor when it concerns them crossing over into painting or creating sculptures, that the individual will succeed in making some type of money. It has also been proved that signed celebrity art will increase in value throughout the years based on the performance of the celebrity in their most well known field of art whether it is acting or musical performances.

Signed celebrity art is increasing in value each and every year. The majority of collectors who purchase or seek after signed celebrity art, are die-hard fans of the celebrity who will do anything to acquire anything and everything created by the celebrity.

Many fans are willing to fork over great deals of money in order to obtain signed artwork created by their favorite celebrity. Fans are very much different than the majority of professional art owners and critics. They are willing to enjoy the many arts of their chosen celebrity. This means that they enjoy the majority of everything that their chosen celebrity produces, and are more willing to give them the benefit of the doubt when they attempted to cross from one medium to another.

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The Forensics of Signed Celebrity Art

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When it comes to art, many professionals in the field of what is considered "great" and "historic" art, believe that signed celebrity art or celebrity art in general, has no place in the world of art. These so-called professionals believe that true artists are only comprised of those who dedicate their own lives to a specific type of art, such as painting or sculpturing. However, if a celebrity crosses over and begins to produce artwork, many professionals will not take them or their work seriously. They will simply believe that the celebrity is simply "dabbling" in art.

This is true of various types of art beyond the world of historic and museum type art. It can even be seen in the field of entertainment. For instance, when a musician attempts to cross over from music into acting, many people raise an eyebrow and will criticize the musician for their acting. They will make bold statements saying that the musician should stick to singing and get away from acting. This has been seen a great deal over the last decade as many rap artists have attempted to cross the boundaries between one creative medium to the next. Very few artists can successfully do both and this has been seen time and time again.

The main reason for this is that people in general will always see an artist in the first vein that they were recognized in. If an individual acquired fame as a singer, not many people want to see them cross over into another field of entertainment or art. They will always forever judge the person or celebrity based on the first thing that they were successful at. This is why there are few individuals and or celebrities who have been successful in more than one creative outlet.

However, the forensics of signed celebrity art, have proven that regardless of the artistic talent of a musician, singer, sports figure, or actor when it concerns them crossing over into painting or creating sculptures, that the individual will succeed in making some type of money. It has also been proved that signed celebrity art will increase in value throughout the years based on the performance of the celebrity in their most well known field of art whether it is acting or musical performances.

Signed celebrity art is increasing in value each and every year. The majority of collectors who purchase or seek after signed celebrity art, are die-hard fans of the celebrity who will do anything to acquire anything and everything created by the celebrity.

Many fans are willing to fork over great deals of money in order to obtain signed artwork created by their favorite celebrity. Fans are very much different than the majority of professional art owners and critics. They are willing to enjoy the many arts of their chosen celebrity. This means that they enjoy the majority of everything that their chosen celebrity produces, and are more willing to give them the benefit of the doubt when they attempted to cross from one medium to another.

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When it comes to art, many professionals in the field of what is considered "great" and "historic" art, believe that signed celebrity art or celebrity art in general, has no place in the world of art. These so-called professionals believe that true artists are only comprised of those who dedicate their own lives to a specific type of art, such as painting or sculpturing. However, if a celebrity crosses over and begins to produce artwork, many professionals will not take them or their work seriously. They will simply believe that the celebrity is simply "dabbling" in art.

This is true of various types of art beyond the world of historic and museum type art. It can even be seen in the field of entertainment. For instance, when a musician attempts to cross over from music into acting, many people raise an eyebrow and will criticize the musician for their acting. They will make bold statements saying that the musician should stick to singing and get away from acting. This has been seen a great deal over the last decade as many rap artists have attempted to cross the boundaries between one creative medium to the next. Very few artists can successfully do both and this has been seen time and time again.

The main reason for this is that people in general will always see an artist in the first vein that they were recognized in. If an individual acquired fame as a singer, not many people want to see them cross over into another field of entertainment or art. They will always forever judge the person or celebrity based on the first thing that they were successful at. This is why there are few individuals and or celebrities who have been successful in more than one creative outlet.

However, the forensics of signed celebrity art, have proven that regardless of the artistic talent of a musician, singer, sports figure, or actor when it concerns them crossing over into painting or creating sculptures, that the individual will succeed in making some type of money. It has also been proved that signed celebrity art will increase in value throughout the years based on the performance of the celebrity in their most well known field of art whether it is acting or musical performances.

Signed celebrity art is increasing in value each and every year. The majority of collectors who purchase or seek after signed celebrity art, are die-hard fans of the celebrity who will do anything to acquire anything and everything created by the celebrity.

Many fans are willing to fork over great deals of money in order to obtain signed artwork created by their favorite celebrity. Fans are very much different than the majority of professional art owners and critics. They are willing to enjoy the many arts of their chosen celebrity. This means that they enjoy the majority of everything that their chosen celebrity produces, and are more willing to give them the benefit of the doubt when they attempted to cross from one medium to another.

The Purpose of the Science Fiction Novel

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Where fantasy goes into uncharted territory, the kind of story that could not exist, science fiction, a term made famous by the likes of Philip K. Dick, Isaac Asimov, and Robert Heinlein, goes into charted territory. Let's make sense of that last statement: Science fiction is based on truths, questions of reality, and questions of survival. Its purpose is to go where other fiction can not. Unlike horror, it tells something far more dangerous because it could happen. Unlike mystery, there is not always someone at the other end of the gun, maybe "something" instead. Like mainstream work, it proposes fascinating philosophies on mankind in the past, present, and future.

When reporters talked of space stations maybe they were onto something. When Star Trek characters could talk to each other on small, hand-held phones, most thought it was too good to be true. Now we have cell phones, computers that can talk, computers that can think in some ways, and a variety of other ideas that were often suggested in science fiction.

But the science fiction novel has its own place outside of the realm of Star Trek and Star Wars. For one, the legend must be created in words, not film or TV images. Second, the writers behind it are often as much philosophers as authors. Lastly, science fiction is its own frontier, a place for free thinking.

The thesis for all this would be that the science fiction novel engages a reader in a "This is how it could happen." The purpose is, as in all writing, to say something different. Long before "War of the Worlds" and even longer before Star Trek and Star Wars, people looked to the skies with hope, emboldening their legends with all kinds of flying creatures-angels, demons, sometimes aliens-who could do things they could not . That is exactly the purpose of the modern science fiction novel-it says we, the human race, can do something that right now we can not.

The final purpose of the science fiction novel is always to make a mark on society. Star Trek could only go so far. When one looks at a science fiction novel, however, sometimes it seemsingly is a race to the finish instead of a treat on life in the future. Something is always happening; it happens fast. Take Philip K. Dick, for example, who once wrote 11 novels in 2 years (he used various drugs, much like Hunter Thompson, to improve writing speed). However, there is nothing superficial about the science fiction novel. This is because even films have a hard time capturing the legion of ideas presented in the classics, like "The Man In the High Castle," Philip K. Dick's best novel. If any film does capture the purpose of science fiction, it's "Blade Runner," considered to be one of the best films of all time, based on the Philip K. Dick story "Do Andods Dream of Electric Sheep?"

Where it can be hard to pin down the modern science fiction novel, it can easily be seen that writing one can be a lucid ride into the unexplored. One of the best in recent memory is "Hyperion," a science fiction novel that won the famous Hugo award. Here, Simmons explored what is real, much like Philip K. Dick, and did it as though he was poet, forming a tale of seven pilgrims to a far away world, much like "The Canterbury Tales."

Some of the finest novels of the 20th century were labeled "junk" because they explored taboo subjects or had sexually revealing covers. Without the likes of Philip K. Dick, Isaac Asimov, Robert Heinlein, and the hundreds of other talents, maybe there would have been no Star Trek, Star Wars, or Battlestar Galactica. Without the junk science fiction novel bought for a nickel in the 1940s and 50s maybe mankind would never have dreamed of stepping on the moon in the 1960s.

The Forensics of Signed Celebrity Art

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When it comes to art, many professionals in the field of what is considered "great" and "historic" art, believe that signed celebrity art or celebrity art in general, has no place in the world of art. These so-called professionals believe that true artists are only comprised of those who dedicate their own lives to a specific type of art, such as painting or sculpturing. However, if a celebrity crosses over and begins to produce artwork, many professionals will not take them or their work seriously. They will simply believe that the celebrity is simply "dabbling" in art.

This is true of various types of art beyond the world of historic and museum type art. It can even be seen in the field of entertainment. For instance, when a musician attempts to cross over from music into acting, many people raise an eyebrow and will criticize the musician for their acting. They will make bold statements saying that the musician should stick to singing and get away from acting. This has been seen a great deal over the last decade as many rap artists have attempted to cross the boundaries between one creative medium to the next. Very few artists can successfully do both and this has been seen time and time again.

The main reason for this is that people in general will always see an artist in the first vein that they were recognized in. If an individual acquired fame as a singer, not many people want to see them cross over into another field of entertainment or art. They will always forever judge the person or celebrity based on the first thing that they were successful at. This is why there are few individuals and or celebrities who have been successful in more than one creative outlet.

However, the forensics of signed celebrity art, have proven that regardless of the artistic talent of a musician, singer, sports figure, or actor when it concerns them crossing over into painting or creating sculptures, that the individual will succeed in making some type of money. It has also been proved that signed celebrity art will increase in value throughout the years based on the performance of the celebrity in their most well known field of art whether it is acting or musical performances.

Signed celebrity art is increasing in value each and every year. The majority of collectors who purchase or seek after signed celebrity art, are die-hard fans of the celebrity who will do anything to acquire anything and everything created by the celebrity.

Many fans are willing to fork over great deals of money in order to obtain signed artwork created by their favorite celebrity. Fans are very much different than the majority of professional art owners and critics. They are willing to enjoy the many arts of their chosen celebrity. This means that they enjoy the majority of everything that their chosen celebrity produces, and are more willing to give them the benefit of the doubt when they attempted to cross from one medium to another.

The Top Ten Psychics in the World

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There are quite a few very famous contemporary psychics in a world, but here are the top ten and in no particular order as each as their own particular set of strengths and gifts.

Sylvia Browne

Sylvia Browne is an internationally recognized psychic who communicates with the dead. She claims to have inherited her psychic gift. She has been running the Nirvana Foundation for Psychic Research since 1973. She is one of those psychics who helps the police find killers and solve crimes. She has authored numerous books on psychic subjects, including Contacting Your Spirit Guide and Past Lives, Future Healing: A Psychic Reveals the Secrets to Good Health, and Great Relationships.

Allison Dubois

Allison Dubois is a psychic who channels the souls of dead pet and people. She has written many books, including Secrets of the Monarch, which is about understanding the caterpillar to butterfly nature of soul freedom. The television series Medium starring Patricia Marquette is supposedly based on the talents of Allison Dubois.

Lisa Williams

This celebrity medium and clairvoyant stars in a show on Lifetime called Lisa Williams: Life Among the Dead. The show follows Williams on a typical day, as she communicates with the dead, investigates haunted houses, and does readings. Williams channels many dead famous people including Bob Hope, Princess Diana, Natalie Wood, Marilyn Monroe, and Ray Charles.

John Edwards

Edwards, not to be mistaken for the U.S. Senator with the same name, is an author and television personality. He is best known for his television shows, Crossing Over with John Edward and John Edward Cross Country. On both shows, Edwards attempts to communicate with the spirits of the audience members’ deceased relatives.

Colin Fry

Colin Fry is one of the best-known psychics and spiritualist mediums in Britain. He has hosted many television programs about the Supernatural, including Most Haunted, Psychic Private Eyes, and 6ixth Sense with Colin Fry, produced by Living TV.

Derek Acorah

Derek Acorah is a controversial psychic medium and television personality in the United Kingdom, who is possessed by the dead spirits he channels through his spirit guide s Sam. He is very well known for his appearances on. Derek Acorah’s Ghost Towns and Yvette Fielding’s show Most Haunted.

James Van Praagh

James Van Praagh is a best-selling psychic and medium. He has written several books dealing with spirituality and spirit communication and 2002 to 2003, he hosted a syndicated daytime talk show entitled “Beyond With James Van Praagh.” He is currently the co-Executive Producer of the television series Ghost Whisperer on CBS.

Rosemary Altea

Rosemary Altea is a psychic and author. She has appeared on various programs, including Larry King Live and The Oprah Winfrey Show (with Michael Shermer in 1995).

Doreen Virtue

Dr. Doreen Virtue has appeared on many television shows such as Oprah, Good Morning America, The View, and CNN, revealing how psychic angels can help you heal your life. One of her most famous book, Give the Gift of Healing: A Concise Guide to Spiritual Healing, which was published in 2005.

Gillian Kemp

If you are into Tarot, then you are going to like Gillian Kemp. She is author of The Good Spell Book and recently designed a very interesting pack of Tarot Cards called Tree Magick in which there are no negative cards. She talks to ghosts using techniques learned from her ancient Romanie past and her grandmother, grandfather, and aunt who were also clairvoyant. She uses the more old-fashioned divination techniques, such as teacup readings and crystal balls and is one of the most famous psychics in the United Kingdom.

Rectification Of Accounting Errors

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Accountants prepare trial balance to check the correctness of accounts. If total of debit balances does not agree with the total of credit balances, it is a clear-cut indication that certain errors have been committed while recording the transactions in the books of original entry or subsidiary books. It is our utmost duty to locate these errors and rectify them, only then we should proceed for preparing final accounts. We also know that all types of errors are not revealed by trial balance as some of the errors do not effect the total of trial balance. So these cannot be located with the help of trial balance. An accountant should invest his energy to locate both types of errors and rectify them before preparing trading, profit and loss account and balance sheet. Because if these are prepared before rectification these will not give us the correct result and profit and loss disclosed by them, shall not be the actual profit or loss.

All errors of accounting procedure can be classified as follows:

1. Errors of Principle

When a transaction is recorded against the fundamental principles of accounting, it is an error of principle. For example, if revenue expenditure is treated as capital expenditure or vice versa.

2. Clerical Errors

These errors can again be sub-divided as follows:

(i) Errors of omission

When a transaction is either wholly or partially not recorded in the books, it is an error of omission. It may be with regard to omission to enter a transaction in the books of original entry or with regard to omission to post a transaction from the books of original entry to the account concerned in the ledger.

(ii) Errors of commission

When an entry is incorrectly recorded either wholly or partially-incorrect posting, calculation, casting or balancing. Some of the errors of commission effect the trial balance whereas others do not. Errors effecting the trial balance can be revealed by preparing a trial balance.

(iii) Compensating errors

Sometimes an error is counter-balanced by another error in such a way that it is not disclosed by the trial balance. Such errors are called compensating errors.

From the point of view of rectification of the errors, these can be divided into two groups :

(a) Errors affecting one account only, and

(b) Errors affecting two or more accounts.

Errors affecting one account

Errors which affect can be :

(a) Casting errors;

(b) error of posting;

(c) carry forward;

(d) balancing; and

(e) omission from trial balance.

Such errors should, first of all, be located and rectified. These are rectified either with the help of journal entry or by giving an explanatory note in the account concerned.

Rectification

Stages of correction of accounting errors

All types of errors in accounts can be rectified at two stages:

(i) before the preparation of the final accounts; and

(ii) after the preparation of final accounts.

Errors rectified within the accounting period

The proper method of correction of an error is to pass journal entry in such a way that it corrects the mistake that has been committed and also gives effect to the entry that should have been passed. But while errors are being rectified before the preparation of final accounts, in certain cases the correction can’t be done with the help of journal entry because the errors have been such. Normally, the procedure of rectification, if being done, before the preparation of final accounts is as follows:

(a) Correction of errors affecting one side of one account Such errors do not let the trial balance agree as they effect only one side of one account so these can’t be corrected with the help of journal entry, if correction is required before the preparation of final accounts. So required amount is put on debit or credit side of the concerned account, as the case maybe. For example:

(i) Sales book under cast by Rs. 500 in the month of January. The error is only in sales account, in order to correct the sales account, we should record on the credit side of sales account ‘By under casting of. sales book for the month of January Rs. 500″.I’Explanation:As sales book was under cast by Rs. 500, it means all accounts other than sales account are correct, only credit balance of sales account is less by Rs. 500. So Rs. 500 have been credited in sales account.

(ii) Discount allowed to Marshall Rs. 50, not posted to discount account. It means that the amount of Rs. 50 which should have been debited in discount account has not been debited, so the debit side of discount account has been reduced by the same amount. We should debit Rs. 50 in discount account now, which was omitted previously and the discount account shall be corrected.

(iil) Goods sold to X wrongly debited in sales account. This error is effecting only sales account as the amount which should have been posted on the credit side has been wrongly placed on debit side of the same account. For rectifying it, we should put double the amount of transaction on the credit side of sales account by writing “By sales to X wrongly debited previously.”

(iv) Amount of Rs. 500 paid to Y, not debited to his personal account. This error of effecting the personal account of Y only and its debit side is less by Rs. 500 because of omission to post the amount paid. We shall now write on its debit side. “To cash (omitted to be posted) Rs. 500.

Correction of errors affecting two sides of two or more accounts

As these errors affect two or more accounts, rectification of such errors, if being done before the preparation of final accounts can often be done with the help of a journal entry. While correcting these errors the amount is debited in one account/accounts whereas similar amount is credited to some other account/ accounts.

Correction of errors in next accounting period

As stated earlier, that it is advisable to locate and rectify the errors before preparing the final accounts for the year. But in certain cases when after considerable search, the accountant fails to locate the errors and he is in a hurry to prepare the final accounts, of the business for filing the return for sales tax or income tax purposes, he transfers the amount of difference of trial balance to a newly opened ‘Suspense Account’. In the next accounting period, as and when the errors are located these are corrected with reference to suspense account. When all the errors are discovered and rectified the suspense account shall be closed automatically. We should not forget here that only those errors which effect the totals of trial balance can be corrected with the help of suspense account. Those errors which do not effect the trial balance can’t be corrected with the help of suspense account. For example, if it is found that debit total of trial balance was less by Rs. 500 for the reason that Wilson’s account was not debited with Rs. 500, the following rectifying entry is required to be passed.

Difference in trial balance

Trial balance is affected by only errors which are rectified with the help of the suspense account. Therefore, in order to calculate the difference in suspense account a table will be prepared. If the suspense account is debited in’ the rectification entry the amount will be put on the debit side of the table. On the other hand, if the suspense account is credited, the amount will be put on the credit side of the table. In the end, the balance is calculated and is reversed in the suspense account. If the credit side exceeds, the difference would be put on the debit side of the suspense account. Effect of Errors of Final Accounts

1. Errors effecting profit and loss account

It is important to note the effect that an en-or shall have on net profit of the firm. One point to remember here is that only those accounts which are transferred to trading and profit and loss account at the time of preparation of final accounts effect the net profit. It means that only mistakes in nominal accounts and goods account will effect the net profit. Error in the these accounts will either increase or decrease the net profit.

How the errors or their rectification effect the profit-following rules are helpful in understanding it :

(i) If because of an error a nominal account has been given some debit the profit will decrease or losses will increase, and when it is rectified the profits will increase and the losses will decrease. For example, machinery is overhauled for Rs. 10,000 but the amount debited to machinery repairs account -this error will reduce the profit. In rectifying entry the amount shall be transferred to machinery account from machinery repairs account, and it will increase the profits.

(il) If because of an error the amount is omitted from recording on the debit side of a nominal account-it results in increase of profits or decrease in losses. The rectification of this error shall have reverse effect, which means the profit will be reduced and losses will be increased. For example, rent paid to landlord but the amount has been debited to personal account of landlord-it will increase the profit as the expense on rent is reduced. When the error is rectified, we will post the necessary amount in rent account which will increase the expenditure on rent and so profits will be reduced.

(iil) Profit will increase or losses will decrease if a nominal account is wrongly credited. With the rectification of this error, the profits will decrease and losses will increase. For example, investments were sold and the amount was credited to sales account. This error will increase profits (or reduce losses) when the same error is rectified the amount shall be transferred from sales account to investments account due to which sales will be reduced which will result in decrease in profits (or increase in losses).

(iv) Profit will decrease or losses will increase if an account is omitted from posting in the credit side of a nominal or goods account. When the same will be rectified it will increase the profit or reduce the losses. For example, commission received is omitted to be posted to the credit of commission account. This error will decrease profits ( or increase losses) as an income is not credited to profit and loss account. When the error will be rectified, it will have reverse effect on profit and loss as an additional income will be credited to profit and loss account so the profit will increase ( or the losses will decrease). If due to any error the profit or losses are effected, it will have its effect on capital account also because profits are credited and losses are debited in the capital account and so the capital shall also increase or decrease. As capital is shown on the liabilities side of balance sheet so any error in nominal account will effect balance sheet as well. So we can say that an error in nominal account or goods account effects profit and loss account as well as balance sheet.

2. Errors effecting balance sheet only

If an error is committed in a real or personal account, it will effect assets, liabilities, debtors or creditors of the firm and as a result it will have its impact on balance sheet alone. because these items are shown in balance sheet only and balance sheet is prepared after the profit and loss account has been prepared. So if there is any error in cash account, bank account, asset or liability account it will effect only balance sheet.

Online Writing Contest – Competition Tips – How to Win Every Contest You Enter

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So you’ve stumbled across an online writing competition / contest, or perhaps your favourite brand of cereal is offering you a chance to win a holiday around the world. All you have to do is tell them in 25 words or less why you want it. And you want to win, right?

Well believe it or not there are a small number of easy steps you can take to dramatically increase the odds in your favor. And here they are, free of charge just because I’m such a nice guy…

No Sob Stories!

This tip goes first on the list, because it is the most important. For some reason the first thing that seems to come to people’s minds with these contests and competitions is “how can I get them to pity me?” It sounds like a great plan as an entrant, but speaking from personal experience as a judge in these contests, I can tell you that it’s a complete turnoff.

Nonetheless people will try ever trick in the book…

We can’t pay the rent… our house burnt down… everybody in my family has cancer… I need 16 operations so that my dog stops being depressed and I can have my leg re-attached then pay the rent and burn the house down… well you get the point.

Let me make it very clear – this tactic does not work, even if you are telling the truth, because:

1. Judges can’t verify your claims, so anyone can make up any story they like.

2. After a while these entries become so numerous and laborious that they don’t stand out.

All that you will do is send the judge into a depression spiral. More to the point, you will end up highlighting your competitors’ entries because theirs are more enjoyable to read.

Be Creative and Make it Fun to Read

Depending on the number of entrants, judges can often have a lot of text to read. As their head slumps closer and closer to the desk and the coffee starts to wear off, your entry is going to need to have something special about it to get noticed. The best thing you can do is get creative. And I mean really thinking outside of the box (if you are thinking poetry right now, you are not thinking hard enough).

My advice to you here is simple. If you come up with something different and make it really stand out, and MAKE IT FUNNY, you will win. When I hear a fellow judge burst out into laughter at his or her desk, 9 times out of 10 he or she is reading the winner. I can usually even tell which entry they are reading because I had the same reaction when I first read it.

If you can manufacture a reaction like this, chances are you are on a winner. I suggest using your friends and family as test dummies here. If they end up in a ball rolling around the floor you’ve done your job. If the best you get is “not bad”, “(chuckle) very good” or even “looks good to me”, then you need to go back to the drawing board.

Now that’s not to say every winner will be comical or humorous, but your entry needs to stand out as somehow being impressive or interesting.

Stick to the Rules and Stay on Topic

If I had a penny for every time a “words or less” entry broke the rules, I would currently be Bahamas and you would be on your own with this one. Take the time to read the rules, terms and conditions before entering. And if you are provided with a quick-start guide to entering a competition, read it over at least 3 times and make sure you take the advice onboard.

In general, you should always:

· Stay within the word limit

· Write in direct response to the competition’s question or topic (really important!)

· Avoid coarse language

· Submit your entry in the language requested

Short, Sharp, Shiny

Just because you are allowed to use 25 words doesn’t mean you should. If your entry says what you want it to say, don’t fill up the rest of your word limit by repeating yourself or adding useless details. All you end up doing is diluting your message.

Polish It!

So it took you 5 minutes (or maybe 2 days) to create your entry. Would another 5 minutes of proofreading kill you? No, of course not, but it will definitely help you win. Check your grammar, check your punctuation, check your capitalization and check your spelling. Presentation makes your entry easier to read, and will greatly improve your chances.

Submit It

It sounds obvious, doesn’t it? But how many times have you seen a competition you would like to enter, only to let the due date slip by? As the saying goes, you’ve got to be in it to win it. And if you use the advice I’ve just given you, your chances of coming out on top will greatly improve.

So what are you waiting for?