What are the disadvantages of computerized accounting?
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One of the disadvantages of computerized accounting is that the systems are usually quite expensive to purchase and maintain. Another disadvantage is that on getting a new accounting system, a lot of time and energy is invested in training. More so, inconveniences are likely to be experienced when computers and other related machines break down.
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