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Polarizing Options for Accounting Homework Help
When it comes to online homework help in accounting, we know you’ve got options. Unfortunately, the choices tend to be a little extreme.
On one end, you have the traditional tutor who wants to give you a detailed analysis of the homework and teach you everything from the ground up.
This is costly and it takes weeks to grasp the concept. Plus, you have to keep meeting with the tutor all the time to make progress.
That’s how your parents learned, but it doesn’t reflect today’s approach for learning accrual and revenue recognition principles.
The second option basically amounts to someone else doing the homework for you. You post the question and then someone guarantees you will get an A based on work they deliver.
That’s a real option, but it won’t do you any good when you take that CPA exam.
What if there was a happy medium between these two extremes?
Can’t there be something in the middle that makes adjusting assets and liabilities a realistic target without signing your free time away to a tutor every week?
A Better Option
So let’s say you have some homework involving the time period principle. You upload it directly and say you want results in 6 hours.
You message back and forth with a CPA or very recent accounting student. They still remember how hard it was to actually learn this accounting principle.
They ask a few followup questions to make sure they understand your need.
6 hours later you have a helpful answer to the accounting homework with work shown.
It isn’t just some simplistic formulas, but real insights into accounting for you to read and review.
You have a few questions to follow up, and the tutor answers them via chat.
At StudyGate, we think it’s too easy to cheat and too boring to go old school with a tutor.
Everyone knows there are more resources available online than there are at your library.
But it’s still too easy to go the old-fashioned route and follow the directions of your professor and expect that a step by step process to learning depreciation will be enough.
It’s entirely on you the student to make the most of this accounting class. So if you want to ace it and actually learning something from it, it might be time to think outside the box.