One of my programmes is going to need a webapp for which part of its utilisation will need to have similar functionality to "[url removed, login to view]" ie enable individuals or groups to donate/contribute funds to either a charity or non-charity organisation or individual.
I have a list of concerns around what kind of legal entity I would need to set up to be able to act as such an organisation eg do I need to be set up as a “banking” finance organisation as the intermediary who would hold funds until they are all collated; what are the tax implications of holding the funds; what insurances do I need to consider etc etc.
So, what I need is a report to be produced which would be comprehensive in its research and coverage, which describes both in summary and in detail what needs to be set up/considered, including any pitfalls I need to look out for. I would imagine that between 10 and 20 pages of quality, clear English, with concise language and consummate understanding of financial, legal and business law are displayed.
I will need to see evidence of this kind of document that YOU have produced before I engage with the winning bidder through clear examples. I will want to see evidence that it links up with feedback on a freelance website similar to this one; if not, clear evidence of such an undertaking.
I need to see that you have significant experience in this area and that you are qualified to give such advice. I need this to be completed within 5 days of the winning bid being placed.
Please quote ref 001/01212 in your bid or PMs. Failure to do so will indicate that you are not thorough enough for the understanding of this project!
I would expect bids not to exceed $100 - if you think this is too high, then please justify this thoroughly in your bid or PM!
Any questions, just ask away.
Subnote: The programme will initially be launched in the UK and must focus on UK law, however in your report, rapid expansion must be taken into consideration to other countries, initially and predominantly English speaking. Thanks.