As a virtual assistant, you’re an expert in organisational and administrative tasks, so you know how important it is to stay ahead of your financial reporting requirements.
Whether you’re a virtual office assistant or virtual personal assistant, you likely work remotely from the comfort of your own home much of the time. You may not have a strong network of business contacts who will support you when you need help or advice on the financial or operational side of your career. That’s where we come in.
Business advice for VAs
At Knowles Warwick, our specialist virtual assistant advisors offer business advice and support, bookkeeping, tax planning and personal financial services to our VA clients. We will advise you on any and all tax deductions and reliefs you could claim, as well as helping you to secure a mortgage and start saving into a pension fund or investing (often a challenge for the self employed), and ensuring that you have the right protection in place so that you and your family are provided for in the event of your ill health or death.
Digital tax for virtual assistants
When you’re a freelance VA with an exciting portfolio of clients to satisfy, the last thing you want to worry about is your own taxes. Let us take the burden of managing your financial affairs while you do what you do best. With Making Tax Digital increasing the amount of work required to comply with HMRC’s requirements, having a trusted advisor you can turn to with any questions or concerns, who will handle your tax submissions and represent you in the event of an enquiry, has never been more crucial.
If your clients are also in need of an experienced advisor we’d be more than happy to discuss their circumstances and requirements to see whether we are a good fit for them as well.
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