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August 31 is the Deadline and eFile would be the best at Tax2290.com

Truckers and heavy motor vehicle owners have to report and pay the Federal Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Taxes for the Tax Year 2020–2021 season. After working with truck taxpayers to understand their challenges in reporting the 2290 taxes, we at TaxExcise.com developed an online website to make it easier and faster. Tax Form 2290 is part of your business operation and the electronic filing would help you to ease the way 2290 reporting is looked at. Tax Form 2290 electronic filing enable you to do by yourself and with simple steps, interview pattern screens makes it more convenient. Tax2290.com is the market leader in 2290 electronic filing, our mission is to increase the efficiency, accuracy and on-time tax reporting that can give a push to your trucking business, with fast Schedule 1 Proof of Payment. 

Keeping your 2290 filing easy, fast and on-time

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Renew your Form 2290 for 2020 – 21 Before the Deadline!

“Opportunities are like sunrises. If you wait too long, you miss them.” William Arthur Ward

Trucking is not just a job it is a way of life. Every driver will always try to seize an opportunity to make the best out of it. Missing out on an opportunity to file and prepare taxes will not only result in penalties but also interests for late filing. With the deadline looming just a few weeks away we would like to keep you reminded to have the 2290 HVUT completed on time and stay compliant with the IRS.

Now you may wonder with the deadline at the end of the month, why file ahead?

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We’re Open for Business during COVID-19, E-file Pro-rated Form 2290 Due by May 31

As the saying goes “Cometh the hour, cometh the man” Our Truckers just simply do not fail to amaze us! When all hope fails they are our first line of defense, being on the front line amidst this COVID-19 crisis, risking their lives to make sure our shelves do not run empty and all the while ensuring that much-needed essentials are transported far and wide across the country. It sure is a tough job and not for the faint-hearted.

We at Taxexcise.com love showing appreciation to our truckers for their dedication and safety, and we would go above and beyond to see that your Form 2290 issues are handled while you’re on the road, something we have been doing for over a decade and are best at. After all, our supply chain depends on your reliable transportation.

A Gentle reminder for trucks that were newly purchased or first put into service in the month of April, the deadline to have these vehicles reported on a 2290 is May 31. Due to the lockdown and social distancing Electronically filing your tax return has come in handy and is the most easiest and convenient option to have your return filed on time, though the IRS offices are closed their E-File services are operational and returns filed online are being accepted within a few minutes.

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CDC issues COVID-19 Guidelines for Long-haul Truck Drivers

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness caused by a virus called SARS-CoV-2. Symptoms often include cough, shortness of breath, fever, chills, muscle pain, sore throat, or new loss of taste or smell. Our understanding of how the virus spreads is evolving as we learn more about it, so check the CDC website for the latest information. The virus is thought to spread mainly from person-to-person:

Recent studies indicate that the virus can be spread by people who are not showing symptoms. It may be possible that a person can get COVID-19 by touching a surface or object that has the virus on it and then touching their own mouth, nose, or possibly their eyes. This is not thought to be the main way the virus spreads, but we are still learning more about this virus. Older adults and people of any age who have serious underlying medical conditions may be at higher risk for more serious complications from COVID-19.As a long-haul truck driver, how can I protect myself and slow the spread?

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COVID-19, the latest information for Truckers compiled at one place

Truckers are having hard time out fighting the pandemic, the placement of more stringent restrictions across the states on travel and social distancing has changed the dynamics in the commercial trucking industry. Carrier engaged in grocery deliveries or in the medical supply chain have been busy delivering essentials. The freight rates are dipping many truckers and owner operators finding it difficult to meet their needs. Carrier that hauls primarily fuel or to manufacturing centers seeing anything from a slowdown to a cratering of demand. Staying safe and social distancing can help us to stop the spread of COVID-19.

To help the truckers, OOIDA and Land Line Media are compiling the latest updates from federal and state governments on the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak.  Here are the handy information for you to get all the needed information at one place… Click on the links below to be taken directly to the official documents.

Tax2290.com encourage all our clients and customers to take the health risks posed by COVID-19 seriously and follow the advice of WHO and guidance issued by national and local health authorities. Also, promote regular teleworking across your organization that will help your business keep operating while your employees stay safe. We have developed a contingency and business continuity plan during an outbreak of COVID-19 to ensure all our resources are at your assistance for your federal tax e-filing needs. If you have any questions, please feel free to call our Help Desk at 1-866-245-3918 or email us at support@taxexcise.com or use the live chat support available on the website. We’re available on all Business days between 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM Central Time.

Form 2290 is due by May 31 (June 1) for vehicles first used in April 2020 since the start of tax period July 2019 – June 2020. Choose Electronic Filing to Report and Pay the Heavy Vehicle Use Tax returns with IRS. Easy and Fast to receive IRS Watermarked Schedule 1 Proof Receipt.

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