We’re in the final quarter of the year and I’m going to share with you a way to organize and keep track of your numbers to make things easier at tax time. This will help you get ahead of the game so you aren’t scrambling to get everything together once January arrives. We’ll talk about tracking receivables and expenses for your virtual assistant business as well as when you should receive or send out a 1099.
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In Words: The Business Of Being A Virtual Assistant Podcast
Today, I’m asking you to be honest with yourself about why you’re a virtual assistant or why you want to become one. People enter this industry for various reasons, but what does it mean to you? The answer to this is what will keep you moving forward. We’ll dive into this topic with a few more questions and also discuss the ways in which being a virtual assistant business owner is different from having a job.
When you’re relying on free tools for your virtual assistant business, there may come a time when the freemium plan is no longer available. What do you do then? This is where you have to make a choice whether it’s worth it to upgrade to a monthly plan. The good news is that you can upgrade for a month and try out any new features available with that plan. Let’s talk about some of these tools that you may have been using for free.