A Virtual Assistant (VA) is an Administrative Assistant that works out of their own office supporting small business owners, telecommuters and executives.
Virtual Assistants provide their own computer equipment and pay their own taxes. By using advanced technology and the Internet, Virtual Assistants can provide many of the same services as in-house administrative assistants.
A Virtual Assistant is an Independent Contractor, therefore, you do not pay payroll taxes or benefits.
Why a Virtual Assistant/Remote Worker is CONVENIENT?
A VA is available when you have work that needs to be done. A Virtual Assistant (or “VA”) can ensure that the entrepreneur or telecommuters who is working in a home office has access to all of the support benefits enjoyed by a business person in the corner office of a major corporation — without having to hire any employees!
Who can use Virtual Assistants?
Almost any type of business industry can benefit from working with a VA. Some industries have embraced the concept and are widely using VAs while others are bound by “tradition”. Industries or businesses that truly work well with VAs are:
Real Estate Agents/Realtors
Web Based Businesses
Startup or Small Businesses
Small Business Owners
Virtual Assistant vs. Employee
No employee-related taxes, paperwork, insurance, or benefits.
No extra office space or equipment costs.
You only pay for the agreed hours
The ability to stay on schedule.
Extra staff during seasonal or peak activity time, even US Holidays.
Support on as needed basis, with fast turn around time.
Weekend and evening assistance available.
“WE CAN PROVIDE YOU WITH ALL THESE BENEFITS!!!…”