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The IRS e-file shut-down is scheduled to begin December 26, 2019, e-file your Form 2290 for November used vehicles now!

e-file Form 2290 before IRS shutdown to receive stamped sch.1 copy within minutes.

Does Santa use a reindeer or a truck? We believe that our truckers are Santa Clauses in disguise. This holiday season with Christmas around the corner we would like to appreciate the trucking community who would be spending this busy season in making millions of families happy, after all the best gift around the Christmas tree is the presence of family wrapped in love, we at Taxexcise.com would like to wish our Santa’s a Very Merry Christmas.

And we would also like to remind you to not miss out on the December 31st deadline for any new vehicles first used in November.

We also hope that you are aware that just after Christmas the IRS will be shutting down operations for a routine maintenance, so be sure to file your 2290’s before their downtime.

The IRS E-file Servers will be shut down for Year-End Maintenance every year by Christmas to prepare their systems for the upcoming Tax Year’s Filing. The IRS has posted it on their official website www.irs.gov that the MeF Production Shutdown/Cutover is scheduled to begin at 11:59 a.m., Thursday, December 26, 2019, to prepare the system for the upcoming 2020 Filing Season.

During the Shutdown period, the IRS will not accept or process any E-filed tax return. Though the IRS servers will be down, www.Taxexcise.com / www.Tax2290.com – Product of ThinkTrade Inc., will continue to accept tax returns. The tax returns that are filed during the Shutdown/Cutover time will be held securely on our servers and will be submitted to the IRS once their Servers are up and running, which is expected ONLY by the first week of January 2020.

Truckers, Trucking Companies & Tax Preparers who have returns to file for the Month of December are advised to E-file their Heavy Vehicle Use Tax Form (HVUT) Form 2290 before Christmas Weekend so that you won’t be bothered by the E-file Shutdown.

The IRS may not be available to assist you during the shutdown period but Taxexcise.com and its Tax Experts will be available to assist you even during the Production cutover time. Feel free to reach our Team @ 1-866-245-3918 or write to us @ support@taxexcise.com or ping them using the LIVE CHAT option available on the website.

Income Taxes are done, Get Ready for Excise Taxes & IFTA!

The events in our lives happen in a sequence in time, but in their significance to us they find their own order the continuous thread of revelation. Every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end. Yesterday that is on April 15th we all either filed our Personal Income Taxes or we did file for an Extension.

So any Tax payer thinks that they are done for the month of April with the Taxes, they are absolutely wrong. There are a series of Excise taxes and IFTA that are due in April by the End of the month.

Taxes that is due in April: Continue reading

List of Taxes that are due this April!

Life is complex. You don’t have any person who is nice from the beginning until the end. It is our attitude at the beginning of a difficult task which, more than anything else, will affect its successful outcome. Well began is half done. It is always a great idea to schedule all your tasks by the beginning of the month, so that you do not miss any important work that needs your utmost attention.

The month of April has just began, being an IRS Authorized E-file Service Provider it becomes our responsibility to remind Every Tax Payer about upcoming tax Deadlines for the month and where to get it done with ease.

Upcoming Tax Deadlines: Continue reading

Only 2 days until the Tax Deadline is Over for Form 2290, Form 720 & IFTA!

We got to remind you about the January month-end tax deadline that falls on Jan 31 for three important IRS Tax Forms. To avoid the many headaches that comes with the tax deadline, we highly recommend that you log on to www.TaxExcise.com now and complete your IRS tax form filings before time runs out.

The following taxes are due Jan 31:

  • HVUT Form 2290: Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax (HVUT) Form 2290, due by Jan 31 for Trucks that were first used in the Month of December 2018.
  • Form IFTA: Tax Form IFTA, A Quarterly IFTA Tax Return is due as well on Jan 31 for the 4th Quarter of 2018.
  • Form 720: IRS Form 720 is used to report and pay your federal excise tax liability for certain products that are manufactured, produced or imported like fuel as well as services like airline travels. Form 720 Quarterly Federal Excise Tax Return is due the last day of the month following the end of the quarter. For example, the 4th quarter ends December 31, which means the due date is January 31.

www.TaxExcise.com e-filing is on its upward climb that means it’s now time to jump on it and be sure to take advantage of, over the old fashioned and traditional paper filing. Moreover, paper filing isn’t in the options right now since the IRS shutdown has impeded the paper filing proceedings meaning you wouldn’t be able to meet the tax deadline if you decide to paper file.

Besides e-filing as your only option right now, you would learn that it is also the most convenient and safest way to get your tax filings done. www.TaxExcise.com has solved an age old tax filing problem making it easy for you all to e-file.

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.

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.

Taxes Due by October 31st 2018: Continue reading