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Three Tax Bills (Form 2290, Form 720 & Form IFTA) are DUE this JAN 31, 2019

Not often do we get a three bills from the IRS together, but mind you truckers and excise tax payers, you are going to meet three tax bills at the month end. Do not get carried away with your New Year parties or the worst weather condition and forget to file your Tax returns by the deadline Jan 31st, 2019.

Taxes that are due by Jan 31, 2019:

  • Form 2290: January 31, 2019 is the Deadline to E-file your Federal Excise Tax Form 2290 for Vehicles first used in the Month of December 2018 since July 2018. You may simply log on to www.tax2290.com & E-file your HVUT Tax Form 2290 within minutes.
  • Form 720: Another Federal Excise Tax Form that is due by Jan 31 is your Quarterly Excise tax Form 720 for the Fourth Quarter of 2018. E-file it through www.taxexcise.com now to avoid penalties & Interests.
  • Form IFTA: International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA), for the Fourth Quarter of 2018 is also due on the same day Jan 31. Though there is no option to E-file this complicated Report for several States, you may still get them prepared online through our site www.taxexcise.com / www.taxifta.com to avoid complicated tax calculations and confusing tax Jargon’s.

Use www.Taxexcise.com & www.Tax2290.com – Products of ThinkTrade Inc, to prepare or E-file the above mentioned tax forms before January 31st, 2019 to avoid Penalties. E-file is Simple, Safe and Secured and now possible from your Android & iOS Smart Phone as well.

You can always count on our handpicked, Industry’s Best Tax Experts for help, they live to provide top-notch year-round support during the business hours. Reach them @ 1-866-245-3918 or write to them @ support@taxexcise.com or ping them using the LIVE CHAT option on the website.

IRS HAS RESUMED E-FILE OPERATIONS, E-FILE YOUR TAX RETURNS BEFORE DEADLINE JAN 31ST !

Good morning fellas! We have a good news for you all. The IRS, after 13 days long maintenance shutdown since Dec 26th, 2018 has now resumed their e-file operations from this morning January 8th, 2019. That means any tax returns filed during the shutdown period will now be processed by the IRS and Tax Payers waiting on to their schedule-1 copies for filing Tax Form 2290 will receive it now.

We would like to take the opportunity here to thank all our Tax Payers for their patience and trust they have in us. Since the IRS e-filing is back to its normal operations, any Federal Excise Tax returns e-filed through www.Taxexcise.com will now be processed within Minutes.

Let us also remind you of the Three Important Tax Form Deadlines of the Month that should be filed on or before January 31st 2019. They are:

  • HVUT Form 2290 – For Vehicles first used in the month of December 2018.
  • Tax Form 720 – Federal Quarterly Excise Tax form 720 for the 4th Quarter of 2018.
  • Tax IFTA – International Fuel tax Agreement report for the 4th Quarter of 2018.

www.TaxExcise.com, the tax payer’s next great thing is a Decade old IRS Authorized E-file service Provider for Federal Excise Tax Forms. All three above mentioned forms can be prepared and e-filed using out site. For any further Support Please feel free to contact us @ 1-866-245-3918 or write to us @ support@taxexcise.com or Ping us using the LIVE CHAT Option on the Website.

Know How to Claim Tax Refund on your Form 2290!

Every day we receive calls regarding how to claim tax refund on the Form 2290 for vehicles that were sold/destroyed/stolen. Well it’s easy than you imagined. When you come across this situation, you must remember that you got few options before raising the claim, as a Credit or a Refund?

Well we all know that refund is simply getting your money back option, whereas credits are primarily adjustments which could be utilized during your Form 2290 filing process to lessen and to nullify your tax due that is been paid to the IRS.

There are 3 scenarios by which a vehicle could be entitled to be qualified for Claims:

  1. When the tax due is overpaid for a vehicle within the same tax year.
  2. When the Vehicle is Sold/Destroyed/Stolen
  3. Low Mileage Vehicle Credits

Tax Overpaid Credits/Refunds:

The main reason for an over-payment occurs due to duplicate filings, meaning that you have already filed a Form 2290 for the subjected vehicle, yet you end up filing and paying it all over again for the reason if you can’t find your filed Form 2290 in your records. Applying Credits as such could be used versus the tax due of the 2290 filing that you tend to do anytime during a respective tax year using the Form 2290, for a refund use the Form 8849 Schedule 6 instead.

When the Vehicle is Sold/Destroyed/Stolen

When the subjected vehicle is Sold/Destroyed/Stolen during the respective tax period for which the tax amount is pre-paid full, you may Credits as such could be used versus the tax due of your future 2290 filing. However, use Form 8849 Schedule 6 to get your money back.

Low Mileage Vehicle Credits

This happens when you have pre-paid full tax due to the IRS during a respective tax year and if the vehicle is determined not been used over the mileage limit of exemption, you may either claim a full credit/refund by the following year.

However, all these refund claims are primarily done by Form 8849 Schedule 6, which generally takes up to 21 business days to receive the refund check back from the Internal Revenue Service. Any questions regarding your claims can be dealt with the IRS refund claim department @ (866) 699-4096.

File Form 2290 electronically through an IRS Authorized E-file service provider participating in the IRS e-file program for excise taxes, such as www.Tax2290.com. E-Filing is required by the IRS, if you are reporting 25 or more trucks on a return. For any more questions you may have reach us @ 1-866-245-3918 or write to us @ support@taxexcise.com or Ping them using the LIVE CHAT Option available on the website.

File Form 2290 before Nov 30th for Vehicles first used since Oct 2018

Truckers, may we have your attention please. The Heavy Highway vehicle used tax return is now due by Nov 30th, 2018 for vehicles first used since October 2018. Hence, E-File your HVUT Form 2290 before the deadline if in case you have bought any new trucks during October 2018.

The HVUT Form 2290 is basically due by June and the deadline is August of every year. However for any new vehicles the Form 2290 must be filed before 60 days from the time the truck was purchased. Now based on this fact, the Form 2290 is now due by Nov 30th, 2018 (60 days from October 2018)

E-Filing Form 2290 has turned out to be revolutionary as it saves your time and money, and above all the important fact is reliability, especially when your tax return is filed through www.TaxExcise.com the ONLY decade old e-file service provider authorized by the Internal Revenue Service to submit HVUT Form 2290 tax returns electronically.

E-filing Form 2290 is a very simple process, as it consumes just minutes to complete the whole process and to receive an instant confirmation back from the Internal Revenue Service in your registered e-mail address to obtain your tags, licenses and other services rendered at the state department of motor vehicle.

File Form 2290 electronically through an IRS Authorized E-file service provider participating in the IRS e-file program for excise taxes, such as www.Tax2290.com. E-Filing is required by the IRS, if you are reporting 25 or more trucks on a return. For any more questions you may have reach us @ 1-866-245-3918 or write to us @ support@taxexcise.com or Ping them using the LIVE CHAT Option available on the website.

Columbus Day Weekend Ahead – An Opportunity to file your Taxes!

In fourteen hundred ninety-two,
Columbus got us all a day off school.
With just three ships he sailed over,
so we could have some me time in October.
-Trey Parker

www.Tax2290.com / www.TaxExcise.com – Products of ThinkTrade Inc wishes everyone, especially those hard working Men and Women involved in Trucking Business a Happy Columbus Day. There is no such word in a Truckers Dictionary that reads Long Weekend, It is a well known Fact that they work round the clock so that we can have peaceful and pleasant weekdays, Weekends & Holidays.

Though Long weekend does not make any sense to Truckers but it can be looked up as an opportunity for Federal Excise Tax Payers to complete their Excise Taxes that are due by the End of this Month i.e. October 31st 2018.

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