MinerVA

Your Virtual Assistant

Why Choose A Virtual Assistant?

I am here to help you find time in your day and efficiencies in your work.

Remote Working

You don’t need to find space in your work area for me.

I have my own software and equipment.

Self-Employed

You don’t need to pay my:
– national insurance,
– pension,
– tax,
– holiday,
– sickness.

Pay for Hours Worked

You only pay me for the hours I actually work.

Flexible

I can work for you flexibly – from just a few hours of help a week, through busy periods, to complete an important project, or longer term.

How Can I Help?

PA Services

Business Support

Organisation

Pricing Table

A guide to my costs
Pay As You Go

£35

Per Hour

Time Tracking to nearest 15 minutes

Ad Hoc No ongoing commitment

1 Hour Minimum

Monthly invoices

Retainer

£175+

Per Month

Specified Number of Hours per month to your requirements

Guaranteed Hours for your business each month

Variable Rates hourly rates reduce the more you hours you lock in

Monthly Invoices Time tracked

Provides Structure & Planning

Outsource entire processes or projects

Additional hours billed at reduced hourly rate

Project

Variable

Per Project

Bespoke packages

Tailored to your needs

One Off Fee to complete the project

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