After two long months of efiling, one is pre filing and another one is the first month of the tax season, there is just one more month to go to efile and report form 2290. So get going filers, transmit your tax return to the IRS in minutes through online filing, and receive your schedule 1 copy. This how efiling works, however, which is the method you prefer to file your tax return?
Today, we are going to talk about the differences paper filing and efiling has and then you can decide which is the method suits you the best. Before we proceed, you need to understand the basics.
So What Is Form 2290?
Form 2290 is also known as Heavy Vehicle Used Tax paid by truckers and owner operators driving heavy rigs weighing more than 55,000 pounds. It is believed that these heavy vehicles cause more damage and these taxes are directly funded to the maintenance of the highways and bridges across the nation.
Do You Think It Is Essential To File Form 2290 Online?
Well, this is the most crucial question to be answered. It is essential to file online if you are looking out to shorten the filing process. Yes, you read it right. Online filing is a trend that will that cannot leave your way without benefiting you. The best part about efiling is that you can file any time of the day and receive your schedule 1 copy in minutes; however, this is not so possible with paper filing.
E-filing is one method that allows you to overcome the hurdles faced in efiling. We shall talk about it in detail:
The hurdle we face in paper filing:
Paper filing: Manual filing to be done within the given time span
E-filing: The form 2290 is converted into an online application. Simply key in your details about your vehicle and wait for the application to respond
Paper filing: Calculations are done manually
E-filing: The application would do the math for you. Ensure you key in the right information
Paper filing: Error check is tedious, especially when we have filed our application ourselves
E-filing: Nothing is tedious when Tax2290.com is around. Errors can be checked online with ease, notifying you before transmitting to IRS
Paper filing: No assistance for filing form 2290
E-filing: If you opt for efiling, you can simply reach out for our Tax Experts through phone, email or chat. You can expect instant response
Paper filing: Only one-payment methods is available for paper filers and i.e. money order or check
E-filing: There are three methods available, among which you can choose and pay your dues
Paper filing: Time taken for the delivery of schedule 1 copy is 5-45 days
E-filing: Once the return is transmitted to IRS, you will receive your schedule 1 copy in minutes after IRS approval
Paper filing: No tracking ID or any other details about schedule 1 copy
E-filing: If there is any delay in the delivery of the proof of payment, simply log into your account and check for the status. If you are still not clear, you can always get in touch with our Tax Experts
Paper filing: Pay penalties when return reached IRS late
E-filing: There is no room for penalties as return is transmitted to IRS almost immediately
Paper filing: No other method to receive schedule 1 copy with ease
E-filing: If you file with Tax2290.com, you can receive your schedule 1 copy through Fax and alert through Text
With the clear differentiation, we hope you go with the right method to file form 2290 for the year 2015-16. If you have not filed your return yet, ensure you file before 31st August as the due date ends there if you are filing after the due date, get ready to file with penalties. And if you have any queries and questions related to HVUT, you can reach our customer support any time of the day and weekends through phone, e-mail or chat. Call us at 866-245-3918 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org.