Just getting your new virtual assistant business off the ground, or considering a career in virtual assisting? Before you start working with your first clients, be sure you have a signed contract to formalize your business arrangement, and protect both your and your clients’ best interests. This instantly downloadable contract template is based on the one I use for my own virtual assistant business.
If you were to hire a lawyer to draw up these types of contracts, you could expect to spend at least $100. Save money that can be better invested on the other resources you’ll need to build your business by creating your own contracts instantly! Please be sure to have this document reviewed by an attorney to ensure it covers your specific virtual assistant needs and state/country regulations.
Once you’ve got your contracts in order, I recommend a New Client Welcome Kit to provide clients with all the necessary information to work with you effectively.