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  • Renee: CEO Coach & Management Specialist 5:38 pm on December 17, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    Outsource Your Document/ Copy Typing For Success 

    Many of us have so many things on our to-do list till we feel overworked and stressed out. Then other times you just need a helping hand for the moment. The outsourcing of your document/ copy typing & editing is a wise business move it has become very popular and continues to grow everyday.

    Many people find great relief and support through outsourcing their copy typing. Outsourcing copy typing is a reliable option. You can get your work done faster, proficiently and receive top quality work from Clerical Business Solutions.


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    You Can Outsource:

    • Copy Typing Of Hand Written Documents or Typed
    • Typing Of Scripts: Plays, Movies etc…
    • Emails, Newsletters, Resumes
    • Thesis, Dissertation, Manuscript Typing/ Editing
    • Books/ E-Books
    • Calendars, Leaflets
    • Advertising Materials
    • Typing Of Faxed Documents
    • Booklets, Audio Typing
    • Interviews Typing, Conference calls
    • Webcasts, Mini Cassettes
    • Data Entry
    • Course Work
    • Magazines
    • Business Document Typing: Reports/Manuals/ Procedures/ Policies etc….
    • Notes, Certificates, Letters
    • Article Writing/ Editing
    • Research Papers, Essays ETC……

    Copy typing/ editing services are very useful for individuals, professionals, different areas of business and across all industries. Outsourcing copy typing is a reliable option.

    You need support for your projects & to accomplish your goals. So outsourcing your copy typing can help you do more with less. Many professionals and businesses have utilized Virtual Assistant services for their copy typing needs. You can reap the benefits also.

    There are many reasons that companies outsource various jobs, but the most prominent advantage seems to be the fact that it often saves time & money. outsourcing your copy typing can relieve you of many tasks that you find time consuming.

    So get started and outsource your copy typing today.

    ~Clerical Business Solutions

  • Renee: CEO Coach & Management Specialist 3:24 pm on April 15, 2008 Permalink | Reply
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    Watch Out For IRS Scams 

    There are many identity theft schemes that use the IRS name in order to get your personal information. They come to you through unsolicited phone calls, unsolicited emails from the IRS (Internal Revenue Service).  Be careful because you are not talking to the IRS like you may think that you are.

    There have been over 200 complaints about phishing schemes reported to the Internet Crime Complaint Center since 2006. These phishing schemes falsely use the IRS name as bait. Now the scammers have new tricks up their sleeves. They use personalized email greetings, the promise of tax rebates, sometimes threats to get you to give up your personal information. Don’t fall for these tactics.

    Don’t give out your personal information to anyone that you have not contacted yourself. If they say that they are the IRS then call the IRS for yourself to verify their claims before you give out your information.

    Don’t fall for these IRS scams:

    Scam # 1. Tax Refund Emails

    The scammers will use the IRS name & logo in an email to fool you. Contact the IRS if you receive one of these emails to verify if the IRS really did send you the email. The IRS name & logo may look real but look closely at the footer on the bottom of the email it will have a copyright 2008, IRS U.S.A. That may look real but it usually is copied and pasted onto the email. Most scams come from overseas and have a lot of misspelled words, incorrect grammer etc…

    Also the subject line may have “Notice From the IRS” and have IRS in the domain name. Some emails will have a link in the email for you to click in order to claim your refund. Don’t click this link.  If you do it will take you to a fake IRS claim form for you to fill out with all of your personal information. They want your social security number or the numbers of your family members, credit card numbers, address and/ or your bank account information.

    That gives a wealth of information to criminals. The scammers will use it for identiy theft or sell it on the black market. Don’t get so curious to click the link in these emails because you just may download malware onto your computer which will hunt for your personal information. “Curiousoty killed the cat”

    The IRS will not use emails to tell you about your refunds or rebates. If you are expecting a refund or rebate check out the IRS, Where’s My Refund Tool to locate your refund.  Report fake emails & phishing scams to phishing@irs.gov .

    • IRS Tax Forms 1-800-892-3676
    • IRS 24Hour/ 7 days Tax Info, Refund Status 1-800-829-4477
    • IRS Tax Help Line (Individuals)1-800-829-1040,(Business)1-800-829-4933
    • IRS Refund Hotline 1-800-829-1954
    • IRS Tax Fraud Violations 1-800-829-0433
    • National Taypayer Advocate 1-877-777-4778
    • Tax Exempt Government Entities 1-877-829-5500 

    Scam # 2. Rebate Phone Calls

    For many years there have been fake phone callers who impersonate IRS employees. They tell you that you can get your rebate early for filing your taxes early. The scammers will ask for your bank account information and if you refuse then they will deny your refund. That’s a lie so don’t fall for it.  The scammers will use current events in American Government to fool you. They are using the recently passed rebate legislation by Congress as a con.

    If you get one of these phone calls just hang up the phone and call the IRS for yourself to check it out.  Your real notification of a rebate will come in a letter from the IRS not an email.  Checks will start coming out in May.  If you want your money direct deposited you must include it in your tax return.

    Scam # 3. Check Verification Phone Calls

    A fake IRS employee calls consumers telling them that the IRS mailed them a check that you haven’t cashed and ask for your bank account information. The IRS will never call you about not cashing a check. The IRS doesn’t mind if you don’t cash it right away. To see what’s happening to your rebate check out the IRS, Where’s My Refund Tool.

    Lesson To Learn :

    The IRS communicates with taxpayers through the U.S. Postal mail. To report fake scams, fake phone calls and emails to phishing@IRS.gov .

    Scam # 4. Audit Emails

    Audit emails is a new scam which will threaten you or scare you into giving up your personal information. They tell you that your refund will not be granted to you because your tax refund is being audited. It also includes a link to a fake form for you to fill out.

    These emails will greet you by your name. They get this information from social networking sites and hacked computers to target their emails.

    The IRS does not send out unsolicited emails or phone calls.

    Clerical Business Solutions

    Renee-Virtual Assistant  Email: info@clericalsolutionsinc.net

    Web: http://www.clericalsolutionsinc.net   

    • 9/11 7:02 am on July 27, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Man will occasionally stumble over the truth, but most of the time he will pick himself up and continue on.SirWinstonChurchillSir Winston Churchill, 1874-1965

    • 9/11 Truth 6:16 pm on July 27, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Nine-tenths of wisdom is being wise in time.TheodoreRooseveltTheodore Roosevelt

  • Renee: CEO Coach & Management Specialist 12:40 am on September 6, 2007 Permalink | Reply
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    On The Rise To The Top And Counting! 

    Did you know that the Virtual Assistant Business is booming and on the rise to the top. There are over 4,000 Virtual Assistants and counting, today and everyday.


    Virtual Assistants are independent business owners/ contractors, who provide outsourcing services and business management services in administrative/ office support and special business services such as: press release writers & distribution, resumes, typing, networking services, internet-marketing, business consultants, desktop publishing, bookeeping, office management, accounting, real estate, publishers, grant writers and more!

    I wouldn’t be surprised if the Virtual Assistant business took over the traditional role of an in-house employee, administrative assistant, receptionist, office manager etc…  in the next 10- 20 years or whenever. Who knows, but its more than just a passing fad it is a real career if you want to pursue this line of work. The Virtual Assistant will be the new way to do business and be an extention to your office.

    Would you believe that some people still don’t know about Virtual Assisting? Well some people still don’t and it has been around for some 10 plus years. According to CNN.com and Kathie Thomas, a Virtual Assistant in Australia, states “The term virtual assistant is frequently not looked for because the general public are still not familiar with it”.

    That is very true because if you don’t know about it then you won’t look for a Virtual Assistant. Maybe some people don’t use a Virtual Assistant because they maybe unsure about seeking their help for business/projects or how secure it maybe to work with a Virtual Assistant. Of course their are other reasons but that could be one.

    For those of you who don’t know or haven’t tried a Virtual Assistant, just contact one about the services that they provide or what you may need & ask one if they can assist you with your business or projects. Most of them are willing to answer your questions before you purchase their services.

    CNN.com also states” Those in the industry say it is on the rise because it is cost effective and  The growth is fastest in the USA, medical practioners, legal practioners, realtors, public speakers, and corporate trainers are the most prominent users of V A’s “.


    Of course there are a lot of other types of professionals and people that use a Virtual Assistants services. It costs less to use a Virtual Assistant than an in-house employee. Anyone can purchase services from a Virtual Assistant.

    When I mention that I am a Virtual Assistant to some people the response is huh, what’s that ?, like you have to repeat it again. Then once I explain what it is and my business some say thats a great idea. Well that’s okay with me because I hand them my business card and it becomes free advertisement then I direct them to my website. Some people find it hard to believe that the Virtual Assistant industry exists.

    One bad thing for the industry could be is if a lot of big corporations try to take over the VA~Virtual Assistant Industry, like a temporary service and make it seem as if the only way to get a good Virtual Assistant is through them. Hopefully that will never happen because it could diminish the look of some independent Virtual Assistants. Trust and believe there is room for everyone.

    It’s okay to work for a company if that’s what you want to do or you may be unsure of working for yourself. Do what is best for you. I enjoy working as a Virtual Assistant and being my own boss. I plan to be in it for the long haul.


    Do you need assistance with your business or projects? Then Clerical Business Solutions IS YOUR solution for your business needs.

    Clerical Business Solutions ~ http://www.clericalsolutionsinc.net 

    • Kathie Thomas 12:54 pm on September 7, 2007 Permalink | Reply

      That’s why it’s so important that people like you and me keep working at educating the public. Thanks for the mention Renee!

      • Clerical Business Solutions 2:56 pm on September 7, 2007 Permalink | Reply

        Hi Kathie,

        You’re welcome. It’s important to keep the word out about the Virtual Assistant Industry. It’s truly growing by leaps and bounds everyday.

        Clerical Business Solutions
        Business Strategy Consulting & Virtual Assistance
        Renee~Business Consultant & Virtual Assistant

    • Ezekiel Haynes 2:57 pm on September 7, 2007 Permalink | Reply

      I hope and believe Virtual Assisants will be around for a while, due to amount of business transactions being done over the internet. Everythings turning to automation and VA’s are a necessary part.

      • Clerical Business Solutions 4:21 pm on September 8, 2007 Permalink | Reply

        Hi Ezekiel,

        Virtual Assistants will be around for a while because of the change in business. The business world is changing all the time and many organizations are looking for innovative & cost-effective ways to operate/ manage their business or projects.

        Maybe one day you’ll decide to work with a Virtual Assistant and see how beneficial one can be in your business or projects.

        Clerical Business Solutions
        Business Strategy Consulting & Virtual Assistance
        Renee~Business Strategist & Virtual Assistant

    • Michael 5:20 pm on September 7, 2007 Permalink | Reply

      Virtual Assistant. Virtual Assistant. Virtual Assistant. I just like saying that!

      I want to take some time to read more about this type of service. I have the concept and think it’s a great idea. The benefits to the environment alone are well worth this becoming an extremely hot topic!

      By the way, I ran across your blog via Bumpzee.com

      You left me a little message there and for that I thank you!

      • Clerical Business Solutions 10:10 am on September 8, 2007 Permalink | Reply

        Hi Michael,

        You’re welcome. Virtual Assistant are also known as VA’s. The Virtual Assistant Industry is very beneficial to the environment & business. Working with a Virtual Assistant is a cost-effective, creative and innovative way to handle business. I hope one day that you may try out a Virtual Assistant for yourself just to see how good working with one can be.

        There are many benefits of working with a VA whether you are an individual , professional or business owner. You will see that as time goes by many people will be working with Virtual Assistants and with that collaboration, VA’s will be a good benefit to the business world.

        Clerical Business Solutions
        Business Strategy Consulting & Virtual Assistant
        Renee~Business Consultant & Virtual Assistant

    • Richard Rinyai 7:30 pm on September 14, 2007 Permalink | Reply

      I agree with this. I have been an Administrative Assistant for a number of years now and have dabbled with becoming a VA in the past. It wasn’t really for me at the time, but you never know, down the road, it might just work.

      I like the fact that VA’s work from home and the company that hires you doesn’t have to pay for the extra costs, such as office space, a computer, etc.


      • Clerical Business Solutions 7:35 pm on September 14, 2007 Permalink | Reply

        Hi Richard,

        Maybe one day you may give it a go again. Being a Virtual Assistant doesn’t mean that you are tied to a home office either. Many VA’s are out and about in the business world. With the right strategies and implementation you could have a Virtual Assistant business started all over again.

        Depending on your situation, many times owning a business isn’t right for everyone. Many people are more successful working under someone else or with another business, like freelancing.

        Companies or professionals who choose the right Virtual Assistant (VA) that’s compatible with their needs find their working relationship very rewarding.

        Clerical Business Solutions
        Business Strategy Consulting & Virtual Assistance
        Renee~Business Strategist & Virtual Assistant

    • Connie Herzog 8:14 pm on September 14, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      I have been a VA since 1997, working part-time while parenting my children. I launched my business national in February 2008. It is growing steadily and I’m excited about expanding. It’s cool! and I’m having a blast! The VA business is here to stay!

      • Clerical Business Solutions 8:43 pm on September 14, 2008 Permalink | Reply

        Hi Connie,

        I agree. Being a business owner has been very rewarding for me as well. Those who are good at operating a business & who choose to be a VA find it to be rewarding, beneficial and it fits right into their lives.

        Business growth is the key, it keeps your business on top and moving, just like the Virtual Assistant Industry. I wish you much success on your business journey.

        Clerical Business Solutions
        Business Strategy Consulting & Virtual Assistance
        Renee~Business Strategist & Virtual Assistant

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