Once your home business gets going, it can start to become overwhelming. You may need help in a variety of areas, but hiring someone fulltime might be overkill. This is where a virtual assistant might come in handy.
With technology the way it is today, it is possible to pay someone — someone who might live hundreds of miles away — to take care of some aspects of your business, such as billing, payroll, scheduling and copywriting.
Guest Author Teresa Morrow at eMoms@Home offers some excellent advice in terms of choosing a virtual assistant. And determining whether one is even right for you.