FAQs

There is no need to wear all the hats as a small business owner.  Your business is growing but not to the extent that you’re ready to hire employees.  Outsourcing day-to-day operations and management of your business will free up your time to focus your energy on income-generating activities for your business.

 

With a small business, daily operations of the business and executive assistant roles inevitably overlap.  Virtually Yours provides a hybrid of these two roles.

What is a virtual assistant?

virtual assistant is a business owner who supports other small business owners or entrepreneurs in a variety of industries by taking care of the administrative side of your business.

What are the benefits of hiring a virtual online business manager?

We serve as an independent contractor working within an agreed allotment of time to achieve your business goals.   When hiring an independent contractor there are:

  • No payroll tax obligations

  • No workers compensation insurance requirements

  • No agency fees

  • No added overhead

  • You allocate a budget and hours that best serve your business.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF WORKING WITH A U.S. BASED COMPANY?

  • Being a resident and citizen of the United States provides a better baseline understanding of some important information including topics such as the general business climate of the U.S., and a better understanding of the cultural norms and practices.

  • Native English-speaking writing and editing expertise.

Is there a minimum commitment?

  • Hire as needed – by the hour or on a project basis

  • There is a 1-hour minimum and subsequently, charge in increments of 15 minutes.

Pricing?

Rates vary depending on services.  Please email me at virtuallyri@gmail.com to schedule a 30-minute complimentary consultation.

Are you insured?

Yes.  We carry commercial and professional liability insurance.

What can you take off my plate?

VAs can help with almost any type of essential, but time-consuming job. To name a few, database management, business reports, internet research, personal correspondence, gift sending, meeting planning, email maintenance, editing, social media maintenance, newsletters, banking, and travel arrangements.

WHAT TYPES OF CLIENTS DO YOU SERVE?

We serve a variety of clients in different industries ranging from, but not limited to:

  • Executives

  • Small Businesses

  • Attorneys

  • Consultants

  • Entrepreneurs / Solopreneurs

  • Ghost Writers and Authors

  • Speakers

  • Associations

 Clients may be varied, but all have similar and important business requirements.