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From 2290 due date falls right in between the Business & Personal Income taxes!

tax_stress“The tax code is now nine times longer than the Bible, and not nearly as interesting.”Rob Portman. No one would deny to the fact that we have a list of Taxes lined up starting March. It all begins with your Business Income taxes and goes on to your personal Income taxes. Are these the only two taxes that are due during March and April? No is the answer and a very BIG NO from the ever working Trucking Community.

Like every month your Federal Excise Tax Form 2290 (HVUT), is due by this Month end for vehicles that went into service last month for the first time since July 2016. To make it more clear, Any Heavy vehicle with a gross weight of 55,000 lbs or above, that was first used on road in the month of February 2017, since July 2016 is due for a Federal Excise Tax Form 2290 (HVUT) by March 31st 2017. Continue reading

Are You Pre Filing This Year 2015-16 At Tax2290.com?

Each year, during July-August, the tax season drops in, and that seems to be the most crucial time of the year for truckers. However, this is time is slightly different. June seems to be the most important month now. Pre filing starts from today, 8th of June 2015 and you can avail 10% discount during the checkout if you apply “KICKSTART15” as the coupon code.

We know this pre filing form 2290 is creating a hell lotta noise in the virtual world. And here, every other minute our phone is ringing, pings and emails are flooding, with multiple if’s and but’s. However, today, we will tell you the benefits of pre filing.

Before any delay, we are moving to the topic:

What Are The Benefits Of Pre Filing With Tax2290.Com:

  • Pre file allows you to efile your tax return a month prior the usual date
  • Avail 10% discount on the efiling service fee by applying coupon code “KICKSTART15”
  • Pre filing provides you with the benefit (two months time) to file amendment return, if at all your tax return is rejected due to the minor errors
  • You are allowed to stay busy during the tax season, because you have already pre filed!
  • You can still use the same 3 payment methods you’re used to: Direct Debit, EFTPS, and Check or Money Order. BUT if you schedule an EFTPS payment for the deadline on August 31st, or elect to pay by check or money order, then you won’t have to pay your taxes until the deadline day. That’s three whole months to save up your tax!
  • You will be the first to receive schedule 1 copy
  • Even when you are pre filing, you don’t have to pay anything extra
  • You can leave behind those loading servers and pages, virtual traffic jams.
  • Full time customer support by our Tax Experts

What Is So New About Pre Filing?

Well, like we always say, Tax2290.com is a box of innovations, today; we are a part of this new innovative idea to bring down the load of filing during the tax season, and also avail discount of 10% on efiling service fee by applying coupon code “KICKSTART15”.

Like we had already told our customers, there is no major difference between efiling and pre filing. We are conducting the pre filing season only because we want you’ll to file and report before the actual season due date, and avail discounts and also, stay away from penalties. If you are going to stay busy during the tax season, this is the best time to report and file tax for the vehicles you own.

However, IRS has made it mandatory to efile and report form 2290 for more than 25 vehicles. And what is the so difficult about efiling? It is the easiest method to file, report and receive your schedule 1 copy in minutes, with minimal charge as the processing fee.

Tax2290.com, the only authentic and authorized efiling service provider, offering the best online services, features and customer support during the business hours. We are proud to invite you for our pre filing session. And if you’re still not sure how to pre file your tax return, don’t be shy!
At Tax2290.com, we have a group of handpicked Tax experts, well renowned people in the industry, filing at their finger tips. They’re available via email support at support@taxexcise.com. They’re also on live chat, or just a phone call away at 866-245-3918.

 

 

Tax Relief for Truckers !!!

For owner-operators, the beginning of a new year is more than a time to celebrate. It’s a time to start thinking about taxes. Even though the IRS says you don’t have to complete them until the April deadline, now’s the time to take action. Doing so can save you money—and also prevent headaches later on.

Trucker tax relief: Make tax deductions a top priority

while what can and can’t be counted as legitimate business expenses can be difficult to discern, here are some common deductions available to truckers who own and operate their own vehicle: Continue reading

IRS Authorized E-File Provider

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For owners operating more than 25 heavy highway vehicles it becomes mandatory to e-file their HVUT form 2290 tax returns. However, IRS recommends usage of e-filing or electronic filing for all HVUT return filers.

As the IRS itself does not provide a way to E-File this form through their website they have approved several third party service providers to E-File the Form 2290 on behalf of those taxpayers who need to file HVUT

So when you select a e-file provider, it is important to be sure that they are an Authorized by IRS and to make sure that they can handle all of your truck tax needs, with all the advanced features in order to get your stamped copies quick and safe Continue reading

One Billion Served: IRS E-File Passes Major Milestone

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WASHINGTON — IRS e-file has reached a major milestone as it passed the one billion mark for individual tax returns processed safely and securely since 1986.

The Internal Revenue Service’s electronic filing program started as a pilot project in 1986 and became available nationally in 1990. Prior to the April 18 deadline, IRS e-file passed another high point as more than 100 million individual tax returns were e-filed during the 2011 filing season. Continue reading