Money Laundering Regulations for VAs
If you provide bookkeeping services you need to be MLR registered
In fact, if you are even just sending out one invoice on behalf of a client then MLR (also known as Anti-Money Laundering or AML) registration is a legal requirement.
Don’t get caught out!
As a Virtual Assistant it makes sense that you offer a range of services to your clients, with bookkeeping and basic accounting work being one of the most popular.
But did you know that even by sending just one invoice on behalf of a client you are changing the profit and loss of their business – which means you need to be registered.
If you’re not complying with regulations when providing bookkeeping services you could incur financial penalties, or worse, criminal prosecution.
MLR for VAs – the facts
The Money Laundering Regulations can be an absolute minefield. If you’ve ever Googled it you’ll understand when we say there is SO much advice out there that it’s hard to know where to start.
So to avoid the stress and confusion, and save you hours of research, we’ve done the hard work for you. We’ve collated everything a VA should know, removed the bits you don’t need, and set all the information out in understandable terms.
A straight forward guide to the MLR for VAs, with useful templates to use along the way.
Our guide to the Money Laundering Regulations, created specifically for VAs
Whether you provide bookkeeping services yourself, or coordinate a team of associate virtual assistants, our clear and stress free guide to the MLR will tell you everything you need to know.
Not only do we give you JUST THE FACTS, we provide you with a number of useful templates to use within your own business.
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