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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.

Taxes Due by October 31st 2018: Continue reading

HVUT Form 2290 May Due-Date, Mid-Month Alert!

Productivity is never an accident. It is always the result of a commitment to excellence, intelligent planning, and focused effort – Paul J. Meyer

We are ready again to act as your monthly planner & also to gently remind you about the fast approaching federal Excise tax Form 2290 Deadline. Yes! You read that right, those who think that Form 2290’s is due only in the month of July & August are absolutely wrong. It’s partially true that the Form 2290 is due in the month of July & August; it has to be renewed every year in those months for vehicles that are in service in the month of July.

But what about vehicles that went into after July? Continue reading

Form 2290: Reasons for Rejection!

Reasons and circumstances may vary but what makes you a great human being is how you react when you face a rejection. First and foremost accept the fact that what you tired did not work and you have a temporary setback.  If rejected the next thing you should analyze is the reason for rejection, once you identified the reason for rejection try correcting it at the earliest possible. E-filing Federal Excise Tax Form 2290 is no exception to the thumb rule that, if furnished information does not meet the requirement then it leads to rejection.

Below is the list of possible rejections when you E-file your Federal Excise Tax Form 2290: Continue reading

E-File an Amendment to Correct your VIN instantly!

When you have Vehicle identification numbers (VIN) of up to 17 characters with mixed numbers and letters, mistakes happen. For example, you type 5 instead of S. Let’s say that you file form 2290 and pay $550 to IRS and get your Schedule 1 you take it to the DMV or the Carrier, and then you realize that the Schedule 1 has the wrong VIN. What do you do?  Continue reading