Lets try and sort this out for you Slaphead.
Business account for setting up the company, funds then redrawn, not a problem. Usually at this stage you do not have an active, trading company, just one that is sitting there owning some land, you have loaned it some money to do this and you are taking it back again or using it for purposes to do with the land (in which case get stamped receipts).
The 'tourism ' situation that you are I think getting confused with, is the general rules about running a company in Bulgaria. This is something that many people run foul of! Setting up a company creates a 'new person', a corporate identity. The company owns what is in the bank account, even though you own the company. Dip into it for your personal funds, and amongst other worries you could be liable for tax on the 'wages' you have just been 'paid' by the company. You need to set up personal bank accounts for your day to day finances and keep these separete from the business finances. It is the same in the UK, if you are a director of a company, you will get in an awful muddle if you dip into the company funds to pay for your pleasures!
Lee (written with advice from her qualified book-keeper husband)[/b]