bizmeetThe old adage, "Those who fail to plan, plan to fail" certainly holds true when it comes to setting up your Virtual Assistance business. The process isn't too difficult, but proper planning is necessary to set you on the path to success. You may want to do some research into creating a business plan. Creating a proper business plan ensures that you don't leave out any critical element. You'll need a name for your new business as well as a logo and some basic marketing materials such as your business card, flyers and website.You'll need a business license, so check your local county or state website. You may be required to gain insurance or pay "Business & Occupation" taxes, so be sure to do effective research now to prevent any bad news later.

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VirtuAllin owner, Cheryl Allin offers a wide array of services such as website design, graphic design and many more. 

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