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the lectures are really helpfull but they are not working properly on android. they play for a while and then stop. wouldve been nice if i was able to watch these on the go.
Your connection maybe too slow / interrupted on the go
@admin, nope, its working fine with windows, with the same connection, not with android though. n its not just me, a few other friends are facing the same problem. they’r not working on android enabled smartphones or tablets.
download flash for your android phone
@admin, its already there. just uninstalled the updates and updated it again! its working fine now! thanks!
don’t thank me you did all the work
i want to pass this paper
@taftedmelody… and PASS it, you will
Sorry, I dont get contingent fees, what does qualify mean?
pls someone should explain me what it means (Low-balling).
@square22, low-balling is submitting a tender for an audit assignment at a ridiculously low price – hoping to attract clients from whom the firm can then gain “fees for non-audit services” as well as continuing audit fees. Often the low-balled quote will be applicable for only the first year
please tell me firms name which use low balling
I had previously had issues with viewing the videos, getting a ‘server not found’ error. I ran command prompt as advised and it played for a while but now I’m getting the same message again. Is this supposed to be a repetitive problem?? Kudos to opentuition and thanks so much.
it might be just a temporary glitch.. hopefully!
why do my videos keep pausing every now and then?
your internet connection is the reason
Can anybody tell me why i’m not being able to view the presentation?
@bjohn24, Please visit the support page: http://opentuition.com/support/
this lecture should work on pc/ iPads and mobiles (should and is working)
very good work by opentuition
yeah! he is such a good teacher! he actuallyy teaches here u kno…
@donbetrand, Where’s here?
I could not get the point ”High Percentage Fees”. Can anybody pls explain me that point!!!
@bahardcc, Basically If your getting all your money one client, your going to do everything in your power to keep them happy and make sure you get paid, thus losing your integrity and independence . If the client is only say 5% of your turnover, your more likey stay independent and tell them they are doing something wrong and refuse to sign their accounts off as a true and fair repesentation of the company.
Like the way the lecturer expands on the slides with real world situations and examples. Makes the content much easier to recall.
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