Category Archives: Getting Started

Money Management Tips for Virtual Assistants & Small Business Owners

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Money management is one of those topics many virtual assistants and small business owners routinely put off and hope for the best. It’s front and center on the mind on April 1st in anticipation of the April 15th tax deadline, but then it goes straight to the back burner for the rest of the year….


Checklist for Building Your Virtual Assistant Business in 2015


Let’s forget all the New Year, New You and all those resolutions you will never keep. Let’s get right into business and talk about what you need to do to grow your virtual assistant business in the New Year. Who’s ready? These tips will help you to not only maintain your current level of success,…


5 Hot Tips to Make Your Accountant Love You

Small business owners tend to discount the need for doing detailed bookkeeping throughout the year. Instead, many scramble come April 1st trying to pull together a full year of bookkeeping in just two short weeks. That’s way too stressful—and quite honestly, completely avoidable. Especially if you are a virtual assistant and profess to clients to…


Become a Virtual Assistant – The Perfect Opportunity for Work at Home Moms

Are you sick and tired of the 9-5 grind and working outrageous hours for peanuts? Are you one of the unlucky ones who had their hours cut or lost their job completely due to new health care regulations? If so, it’s time to take your power back. It’s time to become a virtual assistant and…


Master Your Virtual Assistant Business—Choose the Right Niche

To niche or not to niche? That is the question weighing heavily on the minds of most new VAs. Let’s take a look at some of the specialties, or virtual assistant niches, where one might find their particular skills and experience fit perfectly.  From bookkeeping to publicity and everything in between the opportunities are endless….


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