The IRS website, and instructions for every form they produce, are very comprehensive. If you are uncomfortable with preparation you could send the answers to the US attorney to enable them to complete the form. They obviously will have to get clients approval to the information included anyway.
"Employment duties" - more likely to relate to Local Authority 's legal obligation to get a child to the necessary school every day.
I would refer them to look at the Go - cardless system
Deja vu !! - when self assessment was invented potential underpayments caused real problems and legislation was passed excluding SA taxpayers from this aspect of PAYE.
Has that now been revoked?
What software package are you using for PAYE/CIS and does he have any other employees, as opposed to sub-contractors
What were the 2017/18 codes that changed to 1185L in 2018/19?
It is not just a terminal loss though is it?
You also look at losses in the early years of trade, and losses against total income under the relevant criteria.
If there is employment tax paid why were early years carried forward. Double check time limits in case you are in time to amend.
Guiness book of records?
He can claim whatever mileage rates agreed between himself and the Company.
Then, at the end of the tax year the Company carries out a calculation setting the 45p/25p maximum tax free rates against the amount physically paid and not dealt with through the payroll. The difference is the taxable benefit he has received.
Very similar to when councils pay civil servants a monthly car allowance and petrol claims.
If he is going to be fit enough in the next month to complete the accounts I would wait for him, and just get him to confirm that he will meet any penalty incurred because of his delay.
The quick actions you have seen reports of have been in respect of late filing of the Confirmation statement I believe, not the accounts.
I certainly can't see any judge finding against you if it went to court provided he completed and submitted as soon as he could following his illness, especially if you have a good filing record in the past.
Much riskier to try yourself.
If he thinks it could actually be a longer time delay you should ask if he has cover so that someone else can prepare them for you on his behalf. Many accountants have arrangements in place