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There comes a time when you are on the road and have to choose between turning pages, looking through paper returns, and finding a way to submit tax forms the old school way. Considering your busy schedule filing out tax returns would be pretty time consuming, to make things simple Tax2290 Mobile apps brings you the comfort of filing the Heavy vehicle use taxes without leaving your call of duty. For a hassle-free experience E-file with ease just by using your mobile phone or tablet. Do try out our App Store for new and updated apps for electronically reporting federal tax returns.

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Recent IRS Updates and TODAY’S Deadlines for Q2 IFTA & Pro-rated Form 2290

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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Final Day to File your Pro-rated HVUT Form 2290 for vehicles first used in Aug 2019.

Only few hours left to meet today’s deadline. Hurry!

One of the constant words you tend to always hear when it comes to Form 2290 is the word “Deadlines”. The deadline to file a Form 2290 is today Sept 30, 2019, for the vehicle first used in the month of August.

Now how would you know if you are supposed to file 2290 or if this deadline is applicable to you?

For any truck you purchased and put on the public highway, you are to report those truck on or before the end of the following month. So if you recently purchased a vehicle in the month of August, the deadline to file your Form 2290 would be September 30, anything beyond that date might lead to a late filing penalty and interest.

That being said if you have any pending returns, now is the time to file them and get yourself up to date with your filings. Even though you are late on filing your tax return, that does not mean you cannot file again; the sooner you file the better your chances of getting a reduced penalty and interest for late filing.

We at www.TaxExcise.com / www.Tax2290.com are here to make your filing process as smooth as possible with our high-end E-filing technology. All you need to do is to log on to our online application and follow the few simple steps to get your trucks reported today to the IRS online within minutes. By e-filing your Form 2290 with us, you are guaranteed of getting your stamped Schedule 1 copy within minutes which will be directly delivered to your email id.

Let us make your Form 2290 filing hassle-free, reach our Tax expert at (866) 245 – 3918 or leave us your phone number in the email: support@taxexcise.com and we will walk with you every step of the filing process. Share this and help your friends also to stay compliant! TODAY IS THE DEADLINE, ONLY A FEW MORE HOURS LEFT!

Do not delay it further as IRS might impose additional charges for 2290 filing

Form 2290 and the Schedule 1 has to be reported with the IRS and renewed for the current tax year July 2019 through June 2020. The actual due date for reporting and paying the HVUT returns is August 31, this year it was pushed to September 3 as the usual due date August 31 falls on a weekend and followed by Labor Day off.

Heavy highway vehicles that weight 55,000 pounds and more are liable to report and pay this annual federal vehicle use tax with the IRS. Vehicles that are estimated to drive less than 5,000 miles (7,500 miles for farm vehicles) are termed as suspended or exempt vehicles and does not incur tax. However for these vehicle Form 2290 and Schedule 1 has to be reported by listing the VIN# under W category which refer to Suspended Vehicles.

Do not delay further and end up paying more on top of the taxes you owe as additional charge or late filing, penalty and interest for late payment of 2290s.

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