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We are Trucking and Open for Business in contempt of COVID-19, Form 2290 for Vehicles used in February Due Today!

World Health Organization (WHO) and public health authorities around the world are taking action to contain the COVID-19 outbreak. However, all sections of our society – including businesses and employers – must play a role if we are to stop the spread of this disease.

We 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. Thank you for your support.

The IRS offices might not be at your reach, but they’re fully operational to support e-filing and all the returns filed through our website are being processed by the IRS within minutes. We would also like to keep you reminded to e-file Pro-rated Form 2290 which is due TODAY (March 31, 2020) for vehicles first used in February 2020 since July 1, 2019.

Our thoughts are with the ones fighting on the frontline and the families affected by the virus. Stay safe and help prevent the Spread of Coronavirus.

Check the latest information from the WHO on areas where COVID-19 is spreading. You can find this at https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/situation-reports/.

You never fail to amaze us, be safe out there while delivering life’s necessities!

Our heroes never fail to amaze us. If they stop the world stops. Truck drivers brave the new outbreak to deliver goods and services around the country. Though most of the highways are shut down deliveries of groceries and basic supplies have hit an all-time high, with shoppers piling up on supplies. Truckers are working flat-out to keep stores and businesses stocked as consumers worry about riding out home quarantines. Trucking companies are running full throttle to keep up with supply which means as always drivers are needed to stay on the road.

Our greatest strength is our Truckers, we take this moment in appreciating all the efforts taken risking amidst the COVID-19 in delivering the goods/ commodities for the common pubic by staying safe and driving safe, THANK YOU.

We also like to keep you posted that the regular deadline for filing Federal Income Tax Returns has been extended three months, the new deadline to file income tax extension is July 15, 2020, due to the coronavirus outbreak. However, there has been no confirmation on the HVUT Form 2290 filing and tax payment deadline extensions, or for the quarterly federal excise tax form 720 and IFTA. Do tune in or check back with us for any recent updates on tax deadlines. So it would be safer to not miss the current tax filing deadline March 31, 2020, to file Pro-rated Form 2290 due only for vehicles first used in February 2020 since July 1, 2019.

As we navigate this latest economic challenge brought on by the Covid-19 outbreak, we are having to take special measures to keep business “as usual” for our employees and the businesses and owner-operators we partner with. It is important that we provide you the continuous support, guidance with undisrupted service; we’ve taken all the necessary measures to remotely be at your reach through all our 3-way communication. You can reach us for any kind of assistance related to Form 2290, Form 720, Form IFTA, Form 8849 refund claims and status, and Income Tax extension filings by Phone 866-245-3918, Email: support@taxexcise.com & Live Chat support from our website www.TaxExcise.com.

You might not have access to the IRS offices for the filings due to the lockdown, it would be in your best interest to e-file your Form 2290 from home while quarantined. The IRS has been actively processing all Form 2290 tax returns electronically, use our website to get your returns filed instantly. You may also use our Android and iOS app for your filings.

Be safe out there dear truckers while you deliver us the life’s necessities!

Truckers!! Take Extra Precaution as the Coronavirus (Covid-19) Outbreak Grows

Being in the Trucking business means drivers will need to travel nationwide and transport goods and services mostly shipped from overseas. This makes them the most vulnerable to come in contact with the corona Virus. And this for instance not only has an adverse effect on Global population but also affects businesses and services, as per recent reports the COVID – 19 Virus has gradually also started effecting the trucking sector in various states around the US.

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California Air Resources Board (CARB) Regulations & Form 2290 March deadline

At www.TaxExcise.com we know that truckers are the mainstay of America, they transport almost all basic necessities such as food, clothes to medicine and electronics. If you’ve got it, then a trucker brought it!

Trucking is a major source of employment with over 8 million people working in trucking related jobs to over 3.5 million truck drivers, the total revenue brought in keeps increasing at a phenomenal rate with over 800 billion a year. As this figure keeps increasing it also does bring about new rules and limitations on certain regulations.

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Have a question in mind? Enough said, we’ve gotcha covered!

We would like to thank all our registered users for all the positive vibes that have come our way, this helps us to constantly keep monitoring and upgrading our level of service.

Though E-File is the preferred way to go about completing form 2290 it certainly does have its share of questions, and having seen over a decade of tax returns let’s now take a look at the most general and frequently asked questions.

Yupp!! You got that right. It’s time for another round of questions and answers! So let’s begin:

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