Each time we efile form 2290 HVUT, there are different questions popping in our mind related to the tax return. So we decided to take up a call and solve them all. And among the most frequently asked questions, our Tax Experts have jotted down few, holding up very less space.
John asked the first question, who is currently working as hotshot trucker.
Question 1. I paid for tax heavy vehicle in the month of July and pulled off the road right in the middle of the season. Again, I decided to put the truck on road and used it till the end of the season, covering mileage limit 6,000. Can I claim a credit for the unused months?
A: Ah, no, John. You are not eligible for filing a claim for the unused months because claims can be filed only if your vehicle is sold, stolen or destroyed before the end of the year. If your vehicle first used in July and travels up to the average miles limit in the tax period, you’re liable to pay full tax for the tax season.
Mr. Smith shot the second question:
Question 2: While filing taxes online, I had mistakenly filed my truck as a logging vehicle in Form 2290. Can he make the necessary changes and pay IRS the remaining tax?
A: Well, IRS does not offer such amendments options for the correction mentioned above through online. However, it is not required to get the changes done as the VIN# listed in schedule-1 copy as a taxable vehicle. Make the payment through IRS instructed options and explain the mishap took place if required.
And, the last questioned was asked by Mrs. Sparks:
Question 3: Why am I not able to view and print my Form 2290 and Schedule1?
A: Form 2290 and Schedule1 copies sent across in PDF format, so you need to download Adobe Reader in your system to view/print. Click here to download and install Adobe if you have not installed it already. Additional to this, make sure you turn off the pop-up blocker in your browser by checking on settings.
The query list does not end here. Keep writing to us and we would post it on our blog space. If you want us to hide your identity, we would work it out that way. But don’t forget to post your questions or email us your queries. You can drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call our Tax Experts @ 1-866-245-3918. You can expect instant respond from our tax expert. File HVUT form 2290 with us to maintain a good rapport with IRS.