Unlike many other tax return deadlines, the deadline on the Heavy Vehicle Use Tax Form 2290 has not been extended. Every truck driver who travels in and around America will need to file new returns before the actual due date of August 31st. During recent months due to the sudden surge of filings taking place, the IRS has also issued certain guidelines to make this process less cumbersome.
The following are a few key points issued by the IRS for Form 2290.
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and tablets have taken over, filing tax returns through paper is slowly going
extinct and completing tax returns online is the need of the hour as it is
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The slight panicky feeling that happens when deadlines approach and start to accumulate is every tax payer’s worst nightmare. These tax deadlines happen once every year or every quarter and failure to address them results in penalties and interest from Uncle Sam.
It’s time now to put on your
thinking hat and have these tax returns completed in order to stay compliant
with the IRS. A Few Tax forms that are Due this month would namely be:-
Form 2290: The Federal
Excise Tax Form 2290 also known as Heavy Vehicle Use Tax (HVUT) is due for renewal
for the current 2020 tax year. And the deadline to report any new Vehicles first
used in the month of June is due by July31st.
IFTA: International Fuel Tax Agreement is due by July 31st for the second quarter of 2020.
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Trucking is a major source of employment with over 8 million people working in trucking related jobs to over 3.5 million truck drivers, the total revenue brought in keeps increasing at a phenomenal rate with over 800 billion a year. As this figure keeps increasing it also does bring about new rules and limitations on certain regulations.
years ago, people dressed up as saints and Ghost and went door to door to trick
or treat , which is the origin of Halloween costumes and trick-or-treating, no
matter how old you are or how many times you’ve been around the block, the
holiday simply never gets old. The kids get the chance to dress up and enjoy
the horror and fun of the event and the adults have an excuse to sip on a
boo-zy Halloween cocktail.
On Halloween, it is believed that ghosts
come back to the earthly world, and out of the fear that people would encounter
ghosts if they leave their homes people would
wear masks when they leave their homes to avoid being recognized by these
ghosts after dark so that the ghosts would mistake them for fellow spirits.
Interestingly, this holiday has come to
stay but with some modification and civilization, now Halloween is more of a
social event that brings family together while trying to replicate a scenario
where they hilariously dress up and scare each other, attend Halloween cocktail
party and find the beauty even in the scary and haunted activities of the holiday.
But you know what else is scary? Missing
the IRS deadline to file your Excise tax return. Halloween is celebrated on
31st of October every year and so is the deadline fixed by the IRS to file your
excise tax return Form 720, IFTA and
the Heavy Highway Vehicle Used Tax
return Form 2290 for any truck that is put into service in September 2019.
Federal Excise Tax Form 720: to report for the 3rd
Quarter of 2019
HVUT Form 2290: due ONLY for
vehicles First Used in the Month of September 2019, and
Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA): to report for the 3rd
Quarter of 2019.
Now while we celebrate Halloween, with
all the dress Costume, Trick and Treating, the Lamp and the Ghost including the
candies and all the sugar rush that is involved, we should remember to get our
excise returns filed on time to avoid the horror of dealing with the IRS
penalty and Interest for late filing and payment.
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As the year is gradually coming to an end bringing us to the 4th quarter of the year 2019, and you know what else is happening by the end of this month? The deadline to file your quarterly Federal Excise taxes that is Form 720 and IFTA (International Fuel Tax Agreement)
Form 720 is used to pay the quarterly federal excise tax levied by the IRS on certain business owners, these return must be filed every quarter, however in some cases the payment is to be made monthly or bimonthly or even along with the quarterly filing, regardless the Tax return filing must be submitted to the IRS on or before the stipulated deadlines which are April 30th, July 31st, October 31st, and Jan 30th respectively.
With that, it is clear that the deadline to report your quarterly federal excise tax is drawing near 31st October being the last day to report these filing.
Simultaneously, the International Fuel Tax Agreement is also due quarterly for the Interstate drivers and it is equally important to file this return with your base Jurisdiction to get your IFTA license to be able to operate interstate.
Synonymously, the federal Highway Use Tax Form 2290 is also due for any truck that was put into service in September. October 31st is the deadline to file the Tax Form 2290 on those units.
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