IRS Tax Form 2290 is about to due and just hours left for the truckers, owner operators,trucking business owners and heavy truck tax payers to avoid penalties for late filing.
If your vehicle was first used in July, August, September or October 2011, you are required to file Form 2290 by November 30, 2011. You will not be liable for any late filing penalty or interest if you meet this due date.
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The IRS Tax Form 2290 is available now at www.Tax2290.com / www.TaxExcise.com. If your vehicle first used in July, August, September or October 2011, you are required to file IRS Tax Form 2290 by November 30, 2011. You will not be liable for any late filing penalty or interest if you meet this due date. We will provide a stamped (receipted) Schedule 1 in minutes to those who file and pay their tax.
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Who is required to file Form 2290 and pay Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax?
Anyone who registers a heavy highway vehicle in their name with a gross weight of 55,000 pounds or more must file Form 2290 and pay the tax. Typically, owners of vans, pickup trucks, panel trucks and similar trucks are not required to file Form 2290 or pay tax on these smaller trucks. Trucks that are used for 5,000 miles or less (7,500 for farm trucks) are also excluded from this tax.
Who is required to e-file Form 2290?
IRS encourage all 2290 filers to e-file. If you are reporting 25 or more heavy highway vehicles for any taxable period, you are required to e-file through an IRS-approved software provider Tax2290.com or TaxExcise.com. Electronic filing improves tax processing and saves you personal resources, including time and postage. In addition, e-file reduces preparation and processing errors. You can e-file your return from your own computer, any time of day or night. Use e-file and your IRS Stamped Schedule 1 is available through Tax2290.com or TaxExcise.com immediately after IRS accepts it. Continue reading
IRS Alert: This is where you should check for new information about the Heavy Highway Vehicle Use tax, Form 2290, for the tax period beginning July 1, 2011. We will add all updates from IRS about the availability of Form 2290 and e-file here as well. You can also report your previous year Form 2290 through http://www.Tax2290.com
Updated as of July 18, 2011
The law that governs the annual tax imposed on the use of heavy highway vehicles (Form 2290) expires at the close of September 30, 2011. IRS have not published Form 2290 for the taxable period beginning July 1, 2011 and the form is not available at this time. As soon as we know when the form will be available, we will provide that information on this page. In the meantime, you can still efile and pay your 2010 excise tax, get your 2011 tags and register your new or used vehicle. Continue reading
Date: July 16th, 2011.
The Internal Revenue Service today advised truckers and other owners of heavy highway vehicles that their next federal highway use tax return, usually due Aug. 31, will instead be due on Nov. 30, 2011.
Because the highway use tax is currently scheduled to expire on Sept. 30, 2011, this extension is designed to alleviate any confusion and possible multiple filings that could result if Congress reinstates or modifies the tax after that date. Under temporary and proposed regulations filed today in the Federal Register, the Nov. 30 filing deadline for Form 2290, Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax Return, for the tax period that begins on July 1, 2011, applies to vehicles used during July, as well as those first used during August or September. Returns should not be filed and payments should not be made prior to Nov. 1. Continue reading