It’s that time of the year again where every Truck Driver, Owner Operator and Business owner are vigilant and on their toes lining up to complete the Federal excise tax (HVUT) Form 2290. Form 2290 is due now and has to be renewed for the tax year 2020-2021. Tax season is here, and with it comes all the routine paperwork and last minute confusion. The earlier you start with the return by figuring out how much your tax is better. Electronic filing has always been the best way to report form 2290 as it is fast and less time-consuming. With most of the IRS offices still closed Electronically filing form 2290 is the only option in getting your tax return completed on time.Continue reading
Dads in the Trucking Industry are modest men turned by love into heroes, adventurers and storytellers. Being a son’s first hero, a daughter’s first love, Fathers just have a way of putting everything together.
With Father’s Day literally right around the corner, we at www.Tax2290.com salute all the wonderful and hardworking fathers who have changed the lives of many, be it their own kids, family, friends and people they come across while on the road.
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As the saying goes “Cometh the hour, cometh the man” Our Truckers just simply do not fail to amaze us! When all hope fails they are our first line of defense, being on the front line amidst this COVID-19 crisis, risking their lives to make sure our shelves do not run empty and all the while ensuring that much-needed essentials are transported far and wide across the country. It sure is a tough job and not for the faint-hearted.
We at Taxexcise.com love showing appreciation to our truckers for their dedication and safety, and we would go above and beyond to see that your Form 2290 issues are handled while you’re on the road, something we have been doing for over a decade and are best at. After all, our supply chain depends on your reliable transportation.
A Gentle reminder for trucks that were newly purchased or first put into service in the month of April, the deadline to have these vehicles reported on a 2290 is May 31. Due to the lockdown and social distancing Electronically filing your tax return has come in handy and is the most easiest and convenient option to have your return filed on time, though the IRS offices are closed their E-File services are operational and returns filed online are being accepted within a few minutes.Continue reading
TaxExcise.com is the First IRS Authorised E-file service provider and has been helping businesses and owner operators since 2007 to file and complete tax returns online. Being in business for over a decade and having processed millions of returns we have gained vast experience and knowledge that has allowed us to tackle any fluctuation and unprecedented market changes. Being a trucker essentially means being prepared to expect the unexpected, in this time of crisis with the trucking industry spearheading the fight against COVID-19 as the forefront of transport and supply of essentials we would like to keep you reminded to stay compliant with IRS HVUT form 2290.
The Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax Form 2290 is used by truckers as part of their federal tax return. Any vehicle used on federal or state highways with a combined gross weight of over 55,000 lbs has to be reported on Form 2290 and this must be filed every year by the last day of the month following the month of first use. The deadline to have vehicles that were first used or began operations in the month of March is due by April 30th.
With just a handful of currently active e-file providers, we have developed a business continuity plan to stay responsive, this allows us to provide the best customer service and have questions answered in a fast and efficient manner. As we have always thrived to stand out by being the best in line for customer support, we have enabled access to a three-way line of communication, you can speak to us on our toll-free number @ 866-245-3918 or write us an email to email@example.com to have question answered at your fingertips do try out our LIVE CHAT option available on our user-friendly website.
Stay Safe, Stay Strong, we are in this together.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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/.