The Federal Vehicle Use Tax Form 2290 filing for the Tax Year July 2019 – June 2020 is in full swing. This vehicle use tax is reported using IRS Tax Form 2290, by completing all the reporting VINs for which the taxes are to be paid. It’s important to stay on top of the tax deadlines to avoid possible penalties and interest charges for late filing and payment of taxes. Never miss your tax 2290 deadlines, start preparing for it today and plan your payment schedules at the earliest.
There are lot things a trucker has to check on his heavy truck before he could hit the road. We all know preparation is the key to success, once the truck hits the highway the driver is all by himself. It’s always good to have a check list so that he can stay out of trouble. Few important things include Change of Oil and filter it needed. The Tires need a complete inspection before your journey begins, it needs to be checked for wear and tear and pressure as well. All the fluid levels have to be checked, brake fluid, coolant, power steering fluid, transmission fluid and washer fluid too. If the checks show low levels, have the truck serviced.
Check you Air Condition if it its summer.
In winter, check the trucks heater system and it’s safe to carry a blanket.
Check your wiper blades always maintain a spare one on the truck.
Make sure all your lights work. Continue reading
Truckers who want to register their heavy vehicle with the state and federal authorities need to produce the Form 2290, Schedule-1 as a proof. The Form 2290 and Schedule-1 is already due for the new tax year 2016-17 and need to be reported and paid on or before August 31. Left with couple of weeks time, don’t delay further and end up paying extra dollars as penalties, late fee and interest for it.
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Less time available for completing your 2290 filings, you need your Schedule-1 proof to renew your license plates, tags and insurance… don’t delay further to end up in paying more.
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The Federal highway heavy vehicle use taxes are due now and has to be reported now to renew your Form 2290 and Schedule-1 for the tax year 2016-17, starting from 1st of July.
Reminder for e-filing your Heavy Vehicle Use Tax return
The Federal Heavy vehicle use tax returns are due now and up for renewal. If you’re a trucker who owns your own truck, you have to file 2290 taxes periodically. The HVUT may not cost heavy as like the heavy motor vehicles if truckers and fleet-owners who need to pay tax form 2290 and file returns happen on time during this tax period for 2290 starting July 1st 2016 and ending on June 30th 2017.
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Tax season is almost here, and with it comes all the usual issues of paperwork and confusion. The earlier you start with the return and figuring out how much is your tax & how you are going to file your taxes, the better. Electronic filing is the best way of reporting this 2290s as it is fast and quick, IRS schedule -1 receipt in minutes. Continue reading
The Federal Heavy Vehicle Use Tax return filed on Form 2290 is due this August 31st and yes, it is today the last date to report HVUT Form 2290. You have less than 24hrs to report it with the IRS to avoid late penalties and audits.
Form 2290 – Heavy Vehicle Use Tax Return
Form 2290 and Schedule 1 copy mush be reported for the tax period July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016 and it is due on August 31st, 2015.
Form 2290 must be filed for the month the taxable vehicle is first used on public highways during the current period. Anyone who registers a heavy highway motor vehicle with a taxable gross weight of 55,000 pounds or more must file Form 2290 Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax Return. Continue reading