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Form 720, IFTA for Q3 as well as HVUT Form2290 for Vehicles first used in September; all are Due October 31, 2019.

As the year is gradually coming to an end bringing us to the 4th quarter of the year 2019, and you know what else is happening by the end of this month? The deadline to file your quarterly Federal Excise taxes that is Form 720 and IFTA (International Fuel Tax Agreement)

Form 720 is used to pay the quarterly federal excise tax levied by the IRS on certain business owners, these return must be filed every quarter, however in some cases the payment is to be made monthly or bimonthly or even along with the quarterly filing, regardless the Tax return filing must be submitted to the IRS on or before the stipulated deadlines which are April 30th, July 31st, October 31st, and Jan 30th respectively.

With that, it is clear that the deadline to report your quarterly federal excise tax is drawing near 31st October being the last day to report these filing.

Simultaneously, the International Fuel Tax Agreement is also due quarterly for the Interstate drivers and it is equally important to file this return with your base Jurisdiction to get your IFTA license to be able to operate interstate.

Synonymously, the federal Highway Use Tax Form 2290 is also due for any truck that was put into service in September. October 31st is the deadline to file the Tax Form 2290 on those units.

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It’s the Final Day, Form 2290 Annual Renewal for 2019-20 is Due TODAY, September 3. E-file Now!!!

The time has come and the Grace period is over, for the last few months you have been constantly reminded of the deadline to file your form 2290 for tax year 2019-20, however to the best known reason to some, they are still yet to file their form 2290 for tax year 2019-20. The IRS also extended the deadline to file by 3 days due to the fact that the August 31st falls on Saturday and Monday Sept 2nd is a federal holiday that gives you another one more day (Today) to file your 2290 for 2019-20. Any filing done after the deadline (TODAY) might incur a penalty for late filing and also incur a monthly interest on the total tax dues.

Why wait longer? Do your filing now and have the stamped Schedule 1 received in few minutes.

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Labor Day Weekend Ahead – An Opportunity to file your Form2290 on-time is extended to September 3, 2019!

Labor Day, is a day dedicated to honor and celebrate the American Labor Movement and the contribution that the labor force has made in maintaining and the wellbeing of the entire population of our great country. Every First Monday in September is set aside by the U S Department of Labor to celebrate and appreciate the great American workers, hence it is Federal holiday across the Nation.

Speaking of American greatest workers, we cannot overemphasis the contribution of the Trucking Company and especially the truckers that have sacrificed their time with family and friend to be on the road and ensures smooth and on-time delivery of good across the nation.

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This 4th of July, E-File your Form2290 for TY2019 with 10% OFF!

Independence is the complete freedom of control or influence from another party, the term is often used when referring to the birth of nations, such as the United States, Independence means they have the capability for self-governance, legislations, and make laws mainly for the good of the nation, regardless of the interests of any outside state or organization.

Now in the spirit of 4th of July we should remember to oblige with the lay down rules and regulation for the betterment of our Nation And we has truckers, that means we file our taxes and pay the dues on time, by doing so we are respecting those that fought for our Freedom to act, speak, or think as we want without hindrance.

So, www.Tax2290.com  / www.TaxExcise.com  is Officially Announcing the Arrival of Heavy Vehicle Use Tax (HVUT) Form 2290’s Annual Renewal for the period July 2019 through June 2020. To Share the Spirit of Freedom we have put Across a Independence Week long Discount.

N: B   These are the deadline you need to keep in mind.

Tax Form2290 TY2019 renewal Deadline August 31 2019

Form720 (2nd Quarter 2019) Deadline July 31 2019

Tax IFTA (2nd Quarter 2019) Deadline by July 31 2019

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Trooper Follows a Grain Hauler for 20 Miles to Say ‘Thank You’

On April 25, an Illinois State Trooper noticed a grain hauler’s safe and professional driving and wrote about the encounter in a lengthy Facebook post.

She wrote:

“Dear Grain Hauler,

I saw you on Route 47 headed south. You were taking your time, obeying the speed limit. I kept my distance behind you. I followed you for probably 20 miles or more, watching your driving behavior.

I wondered if you were loaded or empty. If you were headed to the elevator or back to the farm. I didn’t run your plate. I didn’t want to pass you as there were so many no passing zones and intersections. We drove through several small towns. I couldn’t even see what trucking company you were. Continue reading