A New Approach to Administrative Support Services

October 12, 2009

The Benefits of Working With A Virtual Assistant

There are so many reasons to hire a Virtual Assistant (VA) instead of adding an employee to your payroll! A Virtual Assistant is beneficial to every business owner who has an office whether it be in his/her own home or in an office building.

When you work with a Virtual Assistant:

  • You pay only for the time the VA spends on the task or project
  • Help is available so you remain on schedule
  • your seasonal or periodic projects are handled efficiently
  • There is no need to buy additional computer equipment, fax machine, or office supplies.
  • No computer or software training is ever needed. If a VA needs to learn a program or software, it is done on the VA’s time, not yours
  • help is always available if your current staff gets overloaded
  • you are only billed for the services that you need

When you work with a VA, you are not responsible for:

  • Employer social security taxes
  • Collection or payment of FICA taxes.
  • Worker’s compensation insurance.
  • Federal and State unemployment taxes.
  • Medical, Dental, or Life Insurance
  • OSHA regulations
  • Complying with the Federal Fair Labor Standards Act including – minimum wage and overtime payment.
  • Vacation time, sick time, holiday time, or personal time

Since Virtual Assistants are self-employed, independent business owners and not an employee of your company, we can start working for YOU almost immediately! A VA is your  “virtual” office, saving your time and money by handling all of those timely administrative duties so that you do not have to deal with them.

Why not contact BAC Virtual Solutions for a free, no-obligation quotation?


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