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E-File HVUT Tax Form 2290 Before the Due date Online!

A Perfect Truckers duty is not only transporting goods from one place to another, it also involves a lot of other Social and Economic responsibilities such as paying their taxes on time. Heavy vehicle Use Tax (HVUT) is one of the Taxes imposed by the IRS on usage of Heavy vehicles with a gross weight of 55,000 pounds and above on public Highways.

Though paying taxes is never a joyful experience. Considering the fact that the funds collected from HVUT is used in maintenance of Highways. So if we enjoy something, then we shouldn’t mind paying for it. Few years back the only way to file your Tax Form 2290 was by paper. One should either walk into a local IRS office or has to mail a completed tax form 2290 to the IRS. Both the options are time consuming and involve a lot of complicated tax calculations more over you have to wait in a long queue and a waste a day of yours or wait for week’s sometime even months to get an approved stamped Schedule 1 copy back from the IRS. Continue reading

Mandatory Business Information required to Efile Form 2290!

 

Federal Excise Tax Form 2290 must be filed for any heavy vehicle with gross weight of 55,000 lbs or above. To E-file HVUT Form 2290 there are few mandatory information that you need to keep handy before you start the process. Below is the list of your business related information that you need to       E-file your Federal Excise Tax Form 2290.

Business Name & Type: Registered Business name as per the IRS Records is a mandatory piece of information. Make sure that you do not use your DBA i.e. your Doing Business As name instead of your registered business name; it will result in an IRS rejection of your Tax return. Also have your type of business handy when you try to Efile your Form 2290. It can be a Sole Proprietorship, Partnership, Corporation or a LLC. Continue reading

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ThinkTrade Inc offers a Flat 10% OFF on the E-file Preparation Fee this Halloween with a Special discount code “HALLOWEEN17” valid only for two days that is 30th & 31st of October. Offer is valid on all the Three Tax Forms that must be filed before Halloween Ends i.e. 31st of October, 2017.

Taxes that are due tomorrow: Continue reading

HVUT Form 2290 & Third Quarter IFTA Mid-Month Alert!

We are half way through October which means we are close to Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax (HVUT) Form 2290 Due Date for Heavy Vehicles First used in the Month of September 2017 since July 2017. Any Heavy Vehicle with a gross weight of 55,000 lbs or above must have a Form 2290 filed for it on or before the end of the following Month to the Month First it was first used on Public Highways.

Month of October also adds another Tax Obligation to Interstate Truckers who operate their Vehicles in two or more IFTA Jurisdictions. International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) report must be prepared and filed on a quarterly basis; October 31st will be the dead line to Prepare and report IFTA for the Third Quarter of 2017.

With Two Tax Deadlines ahead and with less than half month in hand, your best choice is to E-file your Form 2290 and Prepare your 3rd quarter IFTA with www.Tax2290.com, Feel free to reach out to our Tax Experts @ 1-866-245-3918 or write to them @ Support@Taxexcise.com or you may ping them using the LIVE CHAT Option on the Website.

IFTA Q3 Returns Are Due By October 31st 2017

 

Just like last quarter, you have to report your IFTA returns this quarter too. It is common for all IFTA Licensees to submit fuel tax reports every quarter of the year. The third reporting quarter for IFTA returns (July to September) is due on October 31st 2017, if you prepare and get it post marked before the End of the Month then your return will be considered “Filed on time”.

 

 

The basic information that is required for preparing an IFTA return: Continue reading