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dreamstime_m_7137746Hiring a Virtual Bookkeeper is a Cost-saving Measure!

When you hire an employee in a traditional relationship, you are committed to more than the base amount salary the employee receives. You must pay employee taxes, overhead for space and equipment as well as supplies, benefits and pay for time not worked, such as during vacations, holidays and sick time–even breaks and lunches. If you experience high turnover in the position, you will also realize considerable cost in recruiting, hiring, training, record maintenance and even severance pay. Your costs would break down something like this:

Employee Costs Part-Time (20 hr/wk)
Base salary (approximately $14.75/hour) $15,000
Benefits (15% of salary) 2,250
Payment for time not worked (13%) 1,950
Payroll Taxes (12%) 1,800
Administrative Costs (7%) 1,350
Equipment/Equipment Maintenance/Supplies 3,900
Rent of space for in-house employee 2,250
Annual Total: $28,500
However, if you hire me at an average rate of $25/hour, for an average of 20 hours a month, you avoid the expenses required to house and supply an employee.  I am not an employee so you never have to create a human resource file for me. You get an experienced, quality bookkeeping assistant; plus, you get to keep your private space private! Costs for the Florida Virtual Bookkeeper break down something like this:
Florida Virtual Bookkeeper Costs Yearly Cost
20 hrs/mo @ $25 hourly $ 6,000
Benefits $ 0
Payment for Time Not Worked $ 0
Payroll Taxes $ 0
Administrative Costs $ 0
Equipment/Equipment Maintenance/Supplies $ 0
Rental of space for in-house work $ 0
Annual Total $6,000
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