When a new vehicle is put into service, the Form 2290 must be filed by the last day of the following month. If a vehicle was used during any part of a month, the tax will be calculated for that month as a whole. For example, if a vehicle was used on February 15th, it will be taxed as though it was used the entire month. If you first placed your vehicle on the road anytime in February, you can file your Form 2290 anytime between now and March 31st, 2016.
The tax will be prorated based on the number of months the vehicle will be used during the tax period. So vehicles that were placed in service during the month of February 2016 has to have a HVUT filed for it using the Form 2290 by March 31, and the tax will be based on 05 months, instead of the full year. For vehicles first used in March, the tax will be based on 4 months and so on. Continue reading →
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Federal Excise Tax Form 2290 (HVUT), is due by this month end for vehicles first used in the month of November since July. Every month you have an option to E-file your heavy vehicle use tax even on the last minute of the day it is due and you will still be on time, but December is exceptional. As the holiday season begins the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will shut down their E-file Servers for Year end maintenance. No change to this rule this year too. The IRS Servers will be down starting December 26th and will remain down till January 6th, 2017. Continue reading →
Punctuality is a very important word in a Truckers Dictionary. Once I heard a 15 years experienced Truck Driver say “I’m a little trucker and trucking’ is what I do best. It’s what I want to do with my life, and that’s how I’ll be. Driving down the highway, carrying what someone will eat or need tomorrow makes the hair on the back of my neck stand up.”
I would say “IF YOU BOUGHT IT, A TRUCKER BROUGHT IT”. There is always trouble waiting if there is a delay, be it anything. Everyone in trucking business is well disciplined and has to follow a strict schedule. Continue reading →
Trucking is one such profession that welcomes people across the globe to join the league. The main criterion for being in this group of people is to be hardworking and passionate about trucking. If you belong there, what is the wait for? However, there is one add on obligation once you make your way towards trucking and that is filing taxes on time. Continue reading →