Hurry Up, last few weeks for filing 2290 tax returns.

Truckers who want to register their heavy vehicle with the state and federal authorities need to produce the Form 2290, Schedule-1 as a proof. The Form 2290 and Schedule-1 is already due for the new tax year 2016-17 and need to be reported and paid on or before August 31. Left with couple of weeks time, don’t delay further and end up paying extra dollars as penalties, late fee and interest for it.

Hurry Up, August 31. is the last date!

Less time available for completing your 2290 filings, you need your Schedule-1 proof to renew your license plates, tags and insurance… don’t delay further to end up in paying more.

Hurry up! is the code which would get you some extra discount from your e-file fee. Use this promo code  “HURRYUP” (valid till 21st Aug.) to complete your 2290s online and claim 10% off from your e-file fee. The last chance to complete your 2290s and save big on your filing fee. Form 2290 Due Aug 31- TE(1)

Getting Start with 2290 E-file

Getting start with 2290 e-file is easy, you just need to create an account with http://Tax2290.com and add your business and vehicle details, choose e-file and transmit to IRS for processing, receive your IRS stamped schedule-1 proof in minutes right in your inbox. Sounds Simple right! it is easy and quick…. no more waiting, 2290 e-file made easy at Tax2290.com.

Remember this while your e-file 2290 returns.

Anyone who registers a heavy highway motor vehicle in their name with a taxable gross weight of 55,000 pounds or more must file Form 2290, Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax Return irrespective of your mileage use limit. While you file it electronically you need to have;

  • Electronic Identification Number: You cannot use your Social Security number. If you don’t already have an EIN, apply now; it will take about two weeks for your new EIN to be established in IRS systems.
  • Taxable Gross Weight of the vehicle, and
  • Vehicle Identification Number (VIN#)

You may choose to Pay your 2290 Dues through Electronic funds withdrawal (EFW); authorize a direct debit as part of the e-file process or use Electronic Federal Tax Payment System (EFTPS); requires advanced enrollment.

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