There are THOUSANDS of business tools on the market. They all promise to be the one thing you need to increase your income, be more productive, grow your email list, get more likes/followers/page views/whatever else. But realistically, they can’t ALL be the one thing you need.
That’s why I’ve put together this list of the tools I use in my virtual assistant business.
As a virtual assistant, spell check capabilities and proper grammar are important. From pitching to working with clients, you’ll need to know simple editing techniques, as well as be able to sound professional. And that’s where Grammarly comes in. Here’s my Grammarly review and if it’s worth it as a tool for virtual assistants. What…
There are a lot of great reasons to use a tool or app to track your business expenses. Hurdlr is one that could be a good choice for your business.
If you’ve been working in the online world for a while, you’ve most likely come across QuickBooks Online, or it’s many other sub-products. But, you may not have heard about QuickBooks Self-Employed.
If you haven’t, QuickBooks Self-Employed is an online accounting system that may be the perfect fit for you and your accounting system needs.
Here’s my QuickBooks Self-Employed review, so you can find out if I recommend it, and if it’s the right choice for you and your business.
For freelancers, tax season is a busy and stressful time. Between making sure they paid enough in quarterly taxes and trying to add up all of their income and expenses, many freelancers miss taking advantage of tax deductions that could lower their risk of owing thousands of dollars to the IRS. If you’re a freelancer,…