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HVUT Form 2290 for Vehicles First Used In December 2017 is DUE NOW!

 

Eighty thousand pounds of muscle, blood, and steel in a pile. It’s spectacular.” Gary Williams

That’s how Every Trucker sees his / her Rig. Truckers always care more about their Vehicle than themselves, not because it’s their Property but because they are proud to serve the great nation and its people. Without them and their sacrifice America will just stand still like the old saying “IF YOU BOUGHT IT, A TRUCKER BROUGHT IT

Dealing with these hard working & ever busy Community for more than a decade by assisting them with E-filing of their Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax (HVUT) Form 2290, since www.Tax2290.com / www.TaxExcise.com – Products of ThinkTrade Inc. are the ONLY DECADE OLD IRS Authorized E-file Service Provider for E-filing Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax (HVUT) Form 2290. It becomes our Duty and responsibility to remind the Trucking Community about their Upcoming Tax Deadline. Continue reading

E-File HVUT Tax Form 2290 Before the Due date Online!

A Perfect Truckers duty is not only transporting goods from one place to another, it also involves a lot of other Social and Economic responsibilities such as paying their taxes on time. Heavy vehicle Use Tax (HVUT) is one of the Taxes imposed by the IRS on usage of Heavy vehicles with a gross weight of 55,000 pounds and above on public Highways.

Though paying taxes is never a joyful experience. Considering the fact that the funds collected from HVUT is used in maintenance of Highways. So if we enjoy something, then we shouldn’t mind paying for it. Few years back the only way to file your Tax Form 2290 was by paper. One should either walk into a local IRS office or has to mail a completed tax form 2290 to the IRS. Both the options are time consuming and involve a lot of complicated tax calculations more over you have to wait in a long queue and a waste a day of yours or wait for week’s sometime even months to get an approved stamped Schedule 1 copy back from the IRS. Continue reading