Virtual assistants are worth every penny. Because they take something off your plate, your can work on securing revenue that will more than cover the cost of hiring them in the first place.

Being able to delegate to a VA helps you save time and stay on track in your business. Here are four areas where due.com suggests you can delegate.

1. Making travel arrangements

2. Calling customer service for support on your behalf

3. Making/managing purchases for the business

Chris Ducker talks about this specifically in his book, Virtual Freedom. He provides some strategies for how to go about delegating purchases to a virtual assistant while safeguarding your information.

4. Handling customer service inquiries.

Source: 4 Things You Can Delegate to a VA But Probably Aren’t – Due