Virtual Assistant Saves Small Businesses Time and Money

Recent economic concerns and the rising cost of commuting have exploded the phenomenon of telecommuting. Qualified professionals from around the globe are starting their own businesses and communicating virtually to save business owners time and money.

Centereach, NY, July 19, 2008 --( Economic concerns, coupled with corporate and government downsizing, have aided in the extraordinary growth of Virtual Assisting. Virtual Assistants (VAs) are highly-skilled, mostly working mothers with administrative backgrounds, who chose to start their own home-based businesses and control their destinies. Although Kim Beckers Virtual Services was launched in July of 2007 they are finally opening their virtual doors to small and medium sized businesses all over the world today.

By providing virtual bookkeeping and administrative support services using today's online technology, Virtual Assistants are part of a booming industry and proving themselves to be a vital player on the small business team.

Modern amenities such as the internet, email, phone, and fax allows Kim Beckers, owner of Kim Beckers Virtual Services, to work from her home and allows her clients to save the time they would normally spend on administrative and bookkeeping tasks. Virtual Assistants like Beckers are helping businesses save money because they don’t have to hire in-house or temporary office assistants on a full time basis. Because Kim Beckers Services operates as an independent contractor and not an employee, clients are free from paying employment expenses such as insurance, taxes, paid time off and office space. This gives business owners more time and money to invest in the growth of their business or spending time with their families.

The rising cost of gas and the environmental affect of commuting encouraged Beckers to join the telecommuting community. "With my education and experience as both a full charge bookkeeper and an office manager", says Beckers, "becoming a Virtual Assistant just seemed like the perfect solution for both myself and for my clients." Internet, email, faxes and phone gives Kim Beckers Virtual Services the ability to meet client needs from across the state or across the country, providing many of the same services as an in-office assistant. In addition to bookkeeping tasks, Kim Beckers Virtual Services also performs general administrative duties including office management, marketing and sales support, desktop publishing, word processing, website services and concierge services to other professionals and businesses.

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About Kim Beckers Services
Launched in 2007 Kim Beckers Virtual Services specializes in Virtual Bookkeeping and Office Support for small to medium sized business. Visit the Web site at

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