Tips For Using A Virtual Assistant To Help With Your Finances
By: Sophie Zollmann
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There are many moving parts to think about when it comes to your business. You have the tasks needed to grow and reach success, and then there are the tasks you must do that don’t necessarily make you money, but must be done anyway. You’ll have this no matter what type of business you have, so it’s not possible to find one you won’t have to do this with … it just doesn’t exist.
One of the hardest parts of a business would have to be the financial part of it. These tasks are time-consuming and some business owners procrastinate to a point where they almost get themselves into trouble with it. Don’t let that happen to you when you have the ability to hire someone to help you complete these tasks on time and as often as you want.
There are so many tasks that go along with the finances for your business that you may feel overwhelmed by it. If that happens you’ll struggle to grow your business, however you can solve that problem by hiring a Virtual Assistant to help you complete these tasks. It’s important to remember your VA isn’t an accountant, but she’ll be able to help you complete these tasks so your finances will be ready to go to your accountant or bookkeeper. Not only will this save your time, but it’ll also save you money in the long run.
Your VA can enter all of your expenses into a program like Quickbooks or Peachtree. She’ll also be able to help you invoice your clients through these programs. When you keep updated on your expenses and income, things with your business will be easier to handle. There’s nothing worse than overspending or not having the income when you need it to pay your bills or help support your family.
Your VA will also be able to help you run reports for your expenses and income, so you know exactly where you are with your money at all times. These types of reports will help you to have a better understanding of where your money is going and if you have the need to increase or decrease your business. Once these reports are generated, your VA will help you to balance your budget each month without you worrying about any of it.
While your Virtual Assistant isn’t an accountant, she does have the ability to help you handle your finances so you can have more time to focus on the tasks you need to do each day to grow your business. She’ll be able to help you with your bookkeeping program so you’re prepared monthly and at the end of the year with your taxes.
|Sophie Zollmann of SophieZo Virtually There For You is a Virtual Assistant and Online Business Manager committed to working with online entrepreneurs to increase their productivity and income potential. She provides online business management services and virtual assistance in blog/email/social media management, WordPress website design & maintenance, 1ShoppingCart set up & maintenance, internet marketing, event planning, Real Estate support, schedule management, proofreading, article submission, dictation/transcription and much more. Find out more at http://sophiezo.com|