Accountant Required for a new limited company

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Experience Level: Intermediate
Accountant needed to help
- Prepare and file annual returns/accounts to company house - including the records of any expenses
- Tax and VAT returns to HMRC
- Payroll & NI contribution for the director i.e. for me.
- Any else that is deem compulsory but I've not listed

Here are the details.
- I have set up a limited company to start a trading (import/export) business - I am VAT registered. No employees. The trading business is inactive at the moment but I hope to start exporting or importing in next 2-3 months - to be honest, this is quite uncertain.
- As the business is still inactive, I have no income and I've decided to get back to work as a short-term contractor within financial services (I am a CIMA qualified accountant). I'll carry on the trading business on the side.
- According to Company House, my company is allowed to participate in any business activities and I've decided to put both trading and contract work under the same company. However, I'm not sure if this is the best decision and I need some advice. This is also because I have a VAT and this might complicate my contract work - not sure.

I need help as I've not done this before (even though I'm an accountant). Your assistant will be required for short-term especially to help me set things up. I may extend the job for long term if I think is suitable.

To be honest, I think this is a simple job as there are no real activities yet. I hope your quotations will be reasonable. A fix monthly rate will be useful but if you think a variable rate is better, please explain as I'm open to discussion.

Note: budget given is a monthly charges for your service. Please correct me if this is not reasonable.

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