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Time to Delegate launched in Luverne, Worthington

WORTHINGTON -- Shannon McCarthy is her own temp agency. She's also an administrative assistant. And a personal assistant. And a bookkeeper. McCarthy's business -- Time to Delegate LLC -- primarily helps business owners get time-consuming or tedio...

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Shannon McCarthy (pictured with scissors) and her husband Corey are welcomed by the Worthington Area Chamber of Commerce ambassadors. (Karl Evers-Hillstrom / The Globe)

WORTHINGTON - Shannon McCarthy is her own temp agency.

She’s also an administrative assistant. And a personal assistant. And a bookkeeper.

McCarthy’s business - Time to Delegate LLC - primarily helps business owners get time-consuming or tedious tasks done so they can focus on their core operations.

“I can be whatever people need me to be,” she said. “If you need to get ready for an audit or if it’s just an extra busy season and you need an extra hand, I’m pretty flexible.”

A newcomer to the area, McCarthy and her husband Corey moved from Rapid City, S.D. to Luverne in August when he got a job at Bedford Technology in Worthington.

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McCarthy created the business in October 2016. On the business side, she can help with busywork such as accounting, budgeting and data entry. As a personal assistant, she likes to take care of errands, pay bills and sending out announcements.

Though she lives in Luverne, McCarthy will be offering online and in-person services for residents in the Worthington area. She can be reached at (605) 209-2316 or timetodelegateSD@gmail.com .

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