Benefits of Using A Virtual Assistant

No Equipment Necessary
AAS is an independent office. We have all the equipment and Internet connections necessary to run an effective virtual office.

No Payroll or Employee Benefits
As AAS is an independent contractor, you pay no payroll, Social Security, or Medicare taxes. You also have the benefit of not paying for health/disability insurance. Therefore eliminating any human resource hassles.

No Office Space Required
As stated before, AAS is an independent office.  Therefore you do not need to provide a workspace for your Virtual Assistant.  All business is conducted via the Internet, Extranet, telephone, Skype, email, and courier.

Concerned About The Cost of Using A Virtual Assistant?
If you have not used outside administrative help due to cost, you may be surprised that you can probably afford a Virtual Assistant. Feel free to play with the numbers using the calculator:

Compare the cost of working with Admin Aids Services to full-time, in-office assistance:

What is the actual cost of a full-time, in-office assistant?

Assume a minimum of $25 per hour at 40 hours per week.
Over the course of a year you're spending $48,000 on salary alone.

Add in the cost of health insurance, taxes, 401K, etc. at approximately 30-40% of salary and you're spending about $64,800 annually for your full time, in-house employee.

Don't forget the less obvious, and difficult to quantify, expenses such as overhead related to time and money spent filling and training your position, the cost of computers and other office technology, office space, lunch hours, sick and vacation pay, and numerous wasted, non-productive hours on the clock.
Compare to the cost of working with a Virtual Assistant

With a Virtual Assistant there's no such thing as paid down time because a VA invoices only for the exact time spent working on your projects and supporting your business. There's no need to supply a Virtual Assistant with a computer or other expensive office equipment because a professional Virtual Assistant operates a fully functional home office. And, as an independent contractor, a Virtual Assistant handles their own taxes and benefits. There is no additional cost to you beyond the actual rate at which you contract your virtual service provider.

With a Virtual Assistant, you're cutting overhead and increasing productivity because a VA works for you only if and when you require it. And, because a Virtual Assistant is skilled at providing virtual administrative services there is no training period, so you have more time for your own clients. To learn more about how Admin Aids Services can assist you, please contact us.