We have an important message about your Form 2290 tax returns, today is the deadline to file Form 2290 HVUT tax return for vehicles first used since September 2020. So if you bought a new truck and put it in service in the month of September 2020 but haven’t filed your Form 2290 tax return yet, you must prepare and file it by today, November 2nd, 2020Continue reading
In general, an excise tax is a tax is imposed on the sale of specific goods or services, or on certain uses. Federal excise tax is usually imposed on the sale of things like fuel, airline tickets, heavy trucks and highway tractors, indoor tanning, tires, tobacco and other goods and services.
Businesses that are subject to excise tax generally must file a Form 720, Quarterly Federal Excise Tax Return to report the tax to the IRS. Excise taxes are imposed on a wide variety of goods, services and activities. The tax may be imposed at the time of
- Sale by the manufacturer
- Sale by the retailer
- Use by the manufacturer or consumer
Many excise taxes go into trust funds for projects related to the taxed product or service, such as highway and airport improvements. Excise taxes are independent of income taxes. Often, the retailer, manufacturer or importer must pay the excise tax to the IRS and file the Form 720. They may pass the cost of the excise tax on to the buyer.Continue reading
“Opportunities are like sunrises. If you wait too long, you miss them.” William Arthur Ward
Trucking is not just a job it is a way of life. Every driver will always try to seize an opportunity to make the best out of it. Missing out on an opportunity to file and prepare taxes will not only result in penalties but also interests for late filing. With the deadline looming just a few weeks away we would like to keep you reminded to have the 2290 HVUT completed on time and stay compliant with the IRS.
Now you may wonder with the deadline at the end of the month, why file ahead?Continue reading
In an era when smartphones and tablets have taken over, filing tax returns through paper is slowly going extinct and completing tax returns online is the need of the hour as it is easier, precise and efficient. The less complicated your tax return is, the more rudimentary is the preparation for it.
The slight panicky feeling that happens when deadlines approach and start to accumulate is every tax payer’s worst nightmare. These tax deadlines happen once every year or every quarter and failure to address them results in penalties and interest from Uncle Sam.
It’s time now to put on your thinking hat and have these tax returns completed in order to stay compliant with the IRS. A Few Tax forms that are Due this month would namely be:-
- Form 2290: The Federal Excise Tax Form 2290 also known as Heavy Vehicle Use Tax (HVUT) is due for renewal for the current 2020 tax year. And the deadline to report any new Vehicles first used in the month of June is due by July31st.
- IFTA: International Fuel Tax Agreement is due by July 31st for the second quarter of 2020.
Form 720 is filed by businesses that deal with the sale of certain goods and services. These businesses are required to pay extra taxes, known as “Excise Taxes”. This Federal excise tax has four quarters for a calendar year and the deadline for each quarter is last day of the following month i.e, by April 30 for the first quarter, by July 31 for the second quarter, by October 31 for the third quarter and by January 31 for the final quarter. The first quarter of 2020 (for the months Jan, Feb and Mar) is due by April 30. And Even if you are not liable for excise taxes during any of the quarters of the year, you must send in Form 720 according to the due dates.
Due to the ongoing situation many businesses and essential services are closed and do not have any Excise tax to report. Though they have no sale to report they will still need to file out a Form 720 by reporting a Zero Return (Zero Tax Liability).
A zero return substantially means that no sale or business operations were conducted during that quarter. And Having Form 720 completed essentially allows the business to stay compliant with the existing norms and guidelines listed by the IRS.
Away from your desk, currently working from home, and is the tax deadline crunch getting to you, Look No Further !!
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