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Prioritize e-filing for tax forms 2290, 720 & IFTA, due January 31

One more year to begin as time cruises by, similar to a moment we neglect to recall things that we should do. One among those things is Taxes! Better believe it the assessments you hear it right. Among the busiest of occupations is your specialty continually on street to convey your products, your excellent spotlight will be on your work however not on anything else. “You need to complete it!” Not to stress, we are here to help you to remember anything identifying with your Trucking Tax needs.

Expecting you had an incredible beginning of the year and investing energy with your families after months-long trips especially those tiring ones. It’s an ideal opportunity to restore your assessments and three taxes that should be done before the month-end. Do you have another truck that you purchased in the month of December? Well, your HVUT Form 2290 taxes are expected by January 31st, 2021 for vehicles first used in December 2020. Also, the Q4 period taxes on your IFTA’s and 720 forms, i.e, for the fourth quarter of October 2020 to December 2020 are due by Jan 31 as well. If you haven’t filed them already, do report them now as opposed to hurrying up finally. E-file through www.Taxexcise.com/www.Tax2290.com to avoid muddled assessments and computations and befuddling charges that accompany these Tax forms.

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Form 2290 Rejections, Payment Options, and Pro-Rated Deadline.

Rejections on filings done online can be a bit complicated to understand and dealt with, most rejections occur when incorrect information is provided, let us have a brief overview of the rejections that occur and provide you with much needed steps to have that corrected.

Rejections:

  1. The most common Rejection users face would be for Name Control. This happens mostly due to Three Main Reasons:
  2. Business name entered on your form does not match with your EIN.
  3. The EIN must have been applied recently, as the IRS takes 15 business days (excluding weekends and federal holidays) to record your EIN application. 
  4. And you cannot use a SSN (Social Security Number)
  • Duplicate Rejection

 A Vehicle can only be reported once during a tax period, if mistakenly reported twice the IRS will have the filing rejected as it is a duplicate submission.

  • Invalid RTN (Routing Transmit Number)
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The IRS services are back online!! E-file now to receive your stamped copy in minutes.

Cometh the hour, cometh the man. A Good News for all tax payers who are waiting on Stamped Copies for their vehicle renewal. The IRS has just resumed operations and are accepting and processing pending returns. The IRS was shut down for year-end maintenance just after Christmas, they were closed since the 26th of December and have just resumed operations. We would like to also appreciate your patience during this shutdown period. E-file now and receive much needed Stamped copies and pending quarterly filings within a few minutes.

Since the IRS has officially started accepting returns for 2021 we would like to keep you reminded about the upcoming tax deadlines for January 31st for the following tax forms. Taxpayers can make www.TaxExcise.com their first pit stop to E-file before the deadline.

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Tax2290 team wishes you a Happy New Year 2021!

We have been through an unpredictable ride in 2020 that had made living life quite hard for people across the globe. But as we end the year, let us leave behind the bad memories and embrace the new year, 2021, with much-needed hopes and happiness.

With the New Year ahead of us we tend to get excited as it marks a new beginning and enables us to start with a clean slate with new goals, dreams, and resolutions. Here’s to a bright New Year and a fond farewell to the old. May all your heart’s desires come true.

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Ho! Ho! Ho! Santa Claus is Coming to Town.

For Christmas, all roads lead home, Our Santa’s have been good to us all year round and we would like to wish them a Very Merry Christmas. May this festive season sparkle and shine, may all of your wishes and dreams come true, and may you feel this happiness all year round. Merry Christmas!

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