“Eighty thousand pounds of muscle, blood, and steel in a pile. It’s spectacular.” — Gary Williams
That is how every Trucker describes his vehicle. Time is an important factor in any individual’s life but for a trucker it’s his/her bread and butter. They can never be late, they can be early though. Most of the things truckers do are time bound; one such important thing is filing their Taxes.
Though truckers file numerous taxes, they still tend to miss out on things that they do once a year. That is mainly because the tax that we are discussing is not the Personal income tax or Business Income tax that deadline that is common for everyone. The Tax that we are discussing about is the federal Heavy vehicle use Tax Form 2290 (HVUT). This tax is filed only once a year in the months of July and August, this deadline falls right in the middle of the year. Continue reading