To become a virtual bookkeeper, you must meet the qualifications for a regular bookkeeping job in addition to having a computer and a reliable internet connection. These requirements include a high school diploma, math skills, and computer skills. After gaining some experience in the field, you can choose to earn certification through the American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers, and your license through the National Association of Certified Public Bookkeepers. While not required, an associate’s degree in bookkeeping, accounting, or business can help you learn additional skills and push your career to the next level.
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