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It’s the Final Day, Form 2290 Annual Renewal for 2019-20 is Due TODAY, September 3. E-file Now!!!

The time has come and the Grace period is over, for the last few months you have been constantly reminded of the deadline to file your form 2290 for tax year 2019-20, however to the best known reason to some, they are still yet to file their form 2290 for tax year 2019-20. The IRS also extended the deadline to file by 3 days due to the fact that the August 31st falls on Saturday and Monday Sept 2nd is a federal holiday that gives you another one more day (Today) to file your 2290 for 2019-20. Any filing done after the deadline (TODAY) might incur a penalty for late filing and also incur a monthly interest on the total tax dues.

Why wait longer? Do your filing now and have the stamped Schedule 1 received in few minutes.

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It’s Now OR 4.5% Penalty Monthly, Only 1 More business day left to renew Form 2290 on time. E-file Now!

The Time has come! Do not wait; the time will never be ‘just right.’ Start where you stand, and work with whatever tools you may have at your disposal, and better tools that have been provided just to make you act now. Any more delay could be dangerous.

Why is it so important to act now? It is important to act now because you only have 1 more business day to file your tax return without being penalized for late filing and payment, we all know Uncle Sam does not like late filers. And with the IRS Labor day power outage scheduled for August 31 to September 3, 2019, you have limited time to act and you wouldn’t want to be caught in the middle of the huge traffic that might delay your 2290 getting processed at the last minute.

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Taxpayers have a few more hours today to efile Form 2290 in 2019 before the Labor Day Downtime

Taxpayers who must file Form 2290, Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax Return, have more time to do so this year. That said, the deadline will be here before they know it. Taxpayers must file their 2019 Form 2290 by Tuesday, September 3. Normally, the due date is August 31. However, this year the weekend and a federal holiday extended the 2019 date.

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IRS Scheduled Maintenance Downtime this Labor Day Long Weekend affects your 2290 efiling

IRS will be conducting its annual Labor Day power outage beginning Saturday, August 31, 2019, starting at 9:00 p.m. and ending Tuesday, September 3, 2019, at 7:00 a.m. EST. This scheduled maintenance drive will affect processing 2290 returns which is heading towards deadline. However on September 3, 2019 the final day to report and pay the Federal Vehicle Use Tax Form 2290 will be available from morning 7:00 am. We’re working and operational to accept the returns from the Truckers, hold that in our servers and get it processed with the IRS when they are back and operations from Sep. 3rd.

IRS Truck Tax Form 2290 referred as Federal Highway Vehicle Use Tax returns are filed from July to August for a Tax Year started on July 2019 – June 2020. All the heavy highway vehicles with a taxable gross weight of 55,000 pounds falls due for this 2290 filing. Form 2290 and Schedule 1 has to be reported and paid to receive back the watermarked Schedule 1 receipt to show as a proof of payment.

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Labor Day Weekend Ahead – An Opportunity to file your Form2290 on-time is extended to September 3, 2019!

Labor Day, is a day dedicated to honor and celebrate the American Labor Movement and the contribution that the labor force has made in maintaining and the wellbeing of the entire population of our great country. Every First Monday in September is set aside by the U S Department of Labor to celebrate and appreciate the great American workers, hence it is Federal holiday across the Nation.

Speaking of American greatest workers, we cannot overemphasis the contribution of the Trucking Company and especially the truckers that have sacrificed their time with family and friend to be on the road and ensures smooth and on-time delivery of good across the nation.

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