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Celebrate Fatherhood with a FLAT 10% OFF on HVUT Form 2290 E-filing!

I want to congratulate all the men out there who are working diligently to be good fathers whether they are stepfathers, or biological fathers or just spiritual fathers. – T. D. Jakes

Every day is a Father’s Day, simply because the Fact that they don’t take a break from their roles and responsibilities as a dad. Most of the Kids without any hesitation will be proud to announce that their Role Model is their Dad. Anything that we do will sure be less to congratulate these Family Bread winners and no one will deny to these Fact. Dads with 9 to 5 Job can afford to spare some time with their kids, but that’s not the case with Fathers who are into Trucking Business. Continue reading

Last Day to AVAIL A FLAT 10% OFF on HVUT Form 2290 E-filing!

 

“Make Hay While the Sun Shines” One of the oldest sayings but will suit every situation. Pouncing on the opportunity is one of the mandatory skills to survive in this competitive world. Especially if the Opportunity is to save few dollars of your hard-earned Money it is a must do. Truckers and the Trucking Industry professionals work hard for the betterment of the country and earn very less for the tedious job they do.

Taxes are part and parcel of any business and it is unavoidable. One such tax filed by Truck Owners and Trucking Companies is the Heavy Vehicle Use tax (HVUT) Form 2290. This Tax must be filed annually for any heavy vehicle with a gross weight of 55,000 pounds are above. Since the tax Period for HVUT goes from July to June and the Tax is paid in advance by the beginning of Tax Year we are up for the Upcoming Tax Period 2018 – 2019. Continue reading

Get Cash Discounts While Pre-Filing FORM 2290 for 2018 – 2019!

Don’t worry when you are not recognized, but strive to be worthy of recognitionAbraham Lincoln

The above said fact is absolutely true, however it really hurts when you strive hard to meet or sometimes exceed others expectation and don’t get recognized. If you are in a Profession that is meant to keep others happy and satisfied, for which you lose your precious time with your loved ones and continuously stay away from them for weeks sometimes months it HURTS!

Trucking is one such profession that needs complete dedication and consumes a lot of your precious Time. Hardworking and ever busy Trucking industry professionals work round the clock to keep our Nation Moving Forward. Without them we would have nothing to lead a peaceful life. Is that the only thing Truckers Do? NO! They also pay taxes for the betterment of our Country from their hard-earned Money. ONE Such Tax that they pay in advance for the upcoming Tax Year is the HVUT Form 2290.  The Tax Year for HVUT begins in July and goes on till June of the Following Year and the Taxes are paid in Advance in July and August.

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Avail a FLAT 10% OFF when You Pre-File your Form 2290!

Happiness is when you innovate something and get Overwhelming response. www.TaxExcise.com / www.Tax2290.com – Products of ThinkTrade Inc., and the FIRST EVER IRS Authorized E-File Service Provider for E-filing Heavy Vehicle Use Tax Form 2290, took an Initiative and launched an option to PRE-FILE HVUT Form 2290. With this Option HVUT Tax Payers can Submit their Form 2290’s even before the IRS Officially begins accepting Tax Form 2290. 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