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The IRS E-file service is Back Online to process Form2290 & Form720 Tax Returns instantly, E-file Now!

Dear taxpayers, may we have your attention, please!

The IRS e-file service is back online and processing tax returns electronically now, any returns filed through www.TaxExcise.com / www.Tax2290.com now will process instantly within minutes. Our Tax Experts are just a phone call away to assist with your Form 2290 and Form 720 e-filing, Reach us @ (866) 245 – 3918 for assistance.

Forms that are due this month:

Tax Form 2290:

Since this is your HVUT Form 2290 renewal time of the year again, your entire fleet is due for renewal for the tax period beginning July 1, 2019, through June 30, 2020. Your vehicle tags and registrations are also due for renewal this month, which means you immediately need to submit your tax return electronically to the IRS to receive your Stamped Schedule-1 copy in your email (& Fax, if opted), as a proof of payment.

Tax Form 720:

This is a quarterly Federal Excise Tax, filed every 3 months and is due now for the Quarter ending June 2019. PCORI that is filed only annually on the Q2 filing is also due this month-end. Indoor Tanning Taxes is one among the most used category reported electronically on Form 720. Which means you immediately need to submit your tax return electronically to the IRS which will be instantly accepted by the IRS and we will send you the receipt acknowledgment, all within minutes.

WE RECOMMEND e-filing your tax returns, That being said, another great reason to e-file your tax return TODAY is the DISCOUNTED FEE with a FLAT 10% discount code “SAVE10”.

All the above-mentioned Tax Forms can be e-filed by simply logging on to the www.taxexcise.com / www.tax2290.com website and follow the prompt for a successful filing. Also, our tax experts are just one ring away from answering any questions you might have in regards to your filings. Rest assured, our Tax Experts would never let you go wrong!

Call us or write to us at 1-866-245-3918 / support@taxexcise.com for any suggestion and queries. You can also ping us on LIVE CHAT for assistance.

Rolling offers at Tax2290 to eFile HVUT Returns for 2019-20 Tax Year

The Federal Vehicle Use Tax Form 2290 filing for the Tax Year July 2019 – June 2020 is in full swing. This vehicle use tax is reported using IRS Tax Form 2290, by completing all the reporting VINs for which the taxes are to be paid. It’s important to stay on top of the tax deadlines to avoid possible penalties and interest charges for late filing and payment of taxes. Never miss your tax 2290 deadlines, start preparing for it today and plan your payment schedules at the earliest.

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Last Chance to Renew Form2290 for TY 2019 with 10% OFF

In our day-2-day lives, We have always been stuck with deadlines, deadline to submit a project, deadline to submit a proposal but none of these is compared to the deadline for filing and paying our dues to Uncle Sam, defying the deadline by Uncle Sam will be considered egregious and could be an imminent threat not only to us but also to our lively hood. And with the Form2290 expiring by June 30th we are all in a rush to file our return on a timely manner.

Having said that, we at www.taxexcise.com have decided to provide a lasting solution to the relationship between you and the IRS, and with the E-filing option and us being the first to obtain IRS approval as an E-filing service provider you are assured of an outstanding experience.

As your Tax form 2290 for the period July 2018 through June 2019 will expire by the end of June, you have to renew them For TY2019 Immediately. Avail 10% OFF your e-file service fee when you renew your TY2019 Form 2290 at www.Tax2290.com.

www.TaxExcise.com / www.Tax2290.com – Products of ThinkTrade Inc., has already begun to accept Form 2290 for the upcoming Tax Year 2019 – 2020 on a Pre-filing Basis. By Pre-Filing your HVUT Form 2290 you will be among the First set of Tax Filers who will be receiving their Stamped Schedule 1 Copy, the Proof for filing Your HVUT.

The IRS May not accept your tax returns until the Tax period begins, however you can Pre-File them using www.TaxExcise.com / www.Tax2290.com, Your Tax return will be submitted to the IRS as soon as they open the E-filing Gates. You will be among the ones who will be receiving their Stamped Schedule 1 copies in the First week of July.

For support feel free to reach us @ 1-866-245-3918 or write to us @ support@taxexcise.com or Ping our Tax Experts using the LIVE CHAT Option on the Website.

Form 2290 Is Due May 31st, For April First used Vehicles!

After military service, the most patriotic thing you can do as a wealthy person is pay your taxes.                               – Mark Cuban

HVUT is the Heavy Vehicle Use Tax that is a fee assessed annually on heavy vehicles operating on public highways at registered gross weights equal to or exceeding 55,000 pounds. The gross taxable weight of a vehicle is determined by adding the weight of the Truck, Trailer and load.

Heavy Vehicle Use Taxes must be filed using the Form 2290 Annually. The Tax period for Heavy Vehicles begins on July 1st and ends on June 30th of the following year. The annual renewal of your Form 2290 for a new tax period IS DUE BY August 31st each year.  Continue reading

Trooper Follows a Grain Hauler for 20 Miles to Say ‘Thank You’

On April 25, an Illinois State Trooper noticed a grain hauler’s safe and professional driving and wrote about the encounter in a lengthy Facebook post.

She wrote:

“Dear Grain Hauler,

I saw you on Route 47 headed south. You were taking your time, obeying the speed limit. I kept my distance behind you. I followed you for probably 20 miles or more, watching your driving behavior.

I wondered if you were loaded or empty. If you were headed to the elevator or back to the farm. I didn’t run your plate. I didn’t want to pass you as there were so many no passing zones and intersections. We drove through several small towns. I couldn’t even see what trucking company you were. Continue reading