None of us can claim that we are Mr. / Mrs. Perfect and none will deny this fact. Mistakes are part and parcel of life, it happens with everyone and can happen even when we file our taxes. No matter if we file Our Federal Excise Tax Form 2290 by paper or Online, mistakes do happen. It’s what you do to correct the mistakes done on your Form 2290 filing matters.
Your options are open, same as filing for your original Form 2290 you may either choose to Paper file your Form 2290 Amendments which is even more confusing than the original Form 2290 or can act smart by joining hands with technology by E-filing your Form 2290 amendments. Yes, the IRS has gifted you with the option to correct your mistakes committed on Form 2290 by Filing form 2290 Amendment. As always www.tax2290.comthe First ever IRS authorized E-file Service Provider, Supports E-filing for Federal Excise tax Form 2290 Amendments.
Dear Customers, at some course of time you might have come across certain questions related to HVUT tax or E-filing. Our customer support team has answered even the most silly to the toughest of all possible questions in this space. Here are a few of those questions and answers which will surely help you sometime.
Question 1: We paid full taxes on a vehicle and used it for the first few months starting from July and then it was pulled off the road middle of the season, later we put the truck back on road and used it till the end of the season. It was used up to the mileage limit of 5,000. So am I eligible for a tax credit for the unused period of time? Continue reading →
Highway Vehicle Use Tax form 2290 can be reported electronically thorough www.tax2290.com, and IRS stamped Schedule-1 copy can be received in minutes. Through TEXT Alert, you could know the status of your truck Tax return. Enroll to Receive Schedul-1 copy by FAX. No need for you to look for a printer, to print your return to take it to a DMV to register your truck. The IRS stamped copy with IRS efile watermark is accepted across all DMV’s in the states. Continue reading →
Gone are the days when tax payers need to stack paper over paper for filing tax returns. E-filing has arrived as a boon to tax payers. It is interesting to note that close to 80% of tax returns were e-filed in the year 2010. Another news bit states that by 2019 IRS expects 80% e-filed tax returns.
IRS has mandated e-filing for taxpayers with 25 or more vehicles with registered gross weight of 55,000 lbs or more, but always encouraged everyone to do e-filing.