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A small business owner in need of support with administrative functions may not be ready to make the jump from being a ‘sol-preneur’ to hiring a part-time or full-time employee. Their needs, although significant to them and their growing business, may be for just a few hours a week. A virtual assistant is the ideal solution.
A virtual assistant (or VA) works remotely, providing their own work space, computer equipment, software, internet connection, phone line and other necessary tools. They operate as freelance professionals, eliminating tax and insurance expense for those who utilize their services. There is no paid “down time” when working with a VA, as you only pay for the hours worked on a project.
Many entrepreneurs are turning to the skills and talents of a Virtual Assistant to effectively delegate that workload. As a small business owner myself, I know firsthand how much the necessary administrative tasks involved in running (and growing) a business can zap your time, energy and attention.