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How To Charge For Being Available pricing Jun 22, 2021

In this video, we discuss how to charge when your clients are asking you to be available full time.

They might want you to check their inbox throughout the day, or answer their phone calls. 

So how do you make this financially viable?

 

 

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Can Virtual Assistants Earn 6 Figure Incomes money pricing Sep 11, 2020

This is a very hot topic right now. Can it be done? Watch to find out.

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How Much Should You Pay Your VA Contractors? money pricing May 17, 2020

As you get booked out in your VA business you may want to bring on contractors to work for you and deliver services to your clients.

In this video, Jo takes you through what you'll need to think about in terms of their pay.

 

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How To Calculate Your Virtual Assistant Hourly Rate pricing Mar 02, 2020

Setting your rates and working out how much you're going to charge can be tough and many new VA struggle with this aspect of getting set up.

Jo shares her advice on how to calculate your virtual assistant hourly charge out rate. will be answering the common question on how to calculate your...

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How to Set Your Virtual Assistant Rates and Packages money pricing Jun 26, 2019

One of the first things you need to get well and truly sorted before you start seeking out paying clients is to establish how much to charge for your time.

Given that many new VAs struggle coming up with their hourly rate, it’s no surprise that they tend to...

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What To Say When Someone Asks For A Discount pricing Jun 17, 2018

Ever been asked for a discount? Here's a brilliant article on what to do when a client (or potential client) asks for one.

Always be wary of those who question the price because in my experience they are often late payers, will push the boundaries, question invoices and give you the most issues.

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