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It’s the Final Week of Pre-File Discounts on Form2290 2019 Renewal

Over the years, we have all experienced one of those days where the scorching sun refuses to hide behind the clouds and you have to drive miles to get to the IRS office only to have over a hundred people ahead of you at the desk and at a pace of which is slower than a slug.

Here’s where Pre-filing your Form 2290 well in advance comes to the rescue! You get to bypass all those lines, you also have the privilege of a priority access to your Stamped Schedule 1 copy fast-tracking your registration and license renewal by having your stamped Schedule 1 delivered to your email or fax machine without you having to leave control of your truck or your seat at home or office. While the sea of people can only wait to get their schedule 1 copy, you’ve already received your stamped Schedule 1 copy, you have renewed your License and got your truck registered and already on the road with your truck without any delay.

This is what we offer you at www.taxexcise.com by Pre-Filing your form 2290 you are at the forefront of getting your form 2290 approved even before others start thinking about filing theirs.

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Due Date for Form 2290, an Overview!

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When a new vehicle is put into service, the Form 2290 must be filed by the last day of the following month. If a vehicle was used during any part of a month, the tax will be calculated for that month as a whole. For example, if a vehicle was first used on the road on April 15th, it will be taxed as though it was used the entire month. If you first placed your vehicle on the road anytime in April, you must file your Form 2290 anytime before May 30th, 2017.

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All you need to know about Form 2290 Due-date!

taxesWhen a new vehicle is put into service, the Form 2290 must be filed by the last day of the following month. If a vehicle was used during any part of a month, the tax will be calculated for that month as a whole. For example, if a vehicle was used on February 15th, it will be taxed as though it was used the entire month. If you first placed your vehicle on the road anytime in February, you can file your Form 2290 anytime between now and March 31st, 2016.

The tax will be prorated based on the number of months the vehicle will be used during the tax period. So vehicles that were placed in service during the month of February 2016 has to have a HVUT filed for it using the Form 2290 by March 31, and the tax will be based on 05 months, instead of the full year. For vehicles first used in March, the tax will be based on 4 months and so on. Continue reading

Do’s & Don’ts When You Get Pulled Over !

Most of the drivers get nervous when they see the flashing lights of a police car on their rear view mirror. Of course, who would like to get pulled over when we are rushing towards our destiny? You like it or not it’s mandatory to show the officer that you are cooperating. The next second those lights come on, make sure that you are being observed and the way you react will decide whether you are going to end up in a problem or not. Continue reading

Tax Form 2290 HVUT deadline, Mid Month Alert!

alert“There is more credit and satisfaction in being a first-rate truck driver than a tenth-rate executive” — B.C. Forbes. Anyone in the Trucking Industry will sure accept to this. Along with credit and satisfaction comes huge responsibility because the loads that they transit are not their property but they take complete ownership of the timely delivery and for the condition of the goods they carry on their heavy rigs.

Not only the goods they transit become their responsibility, but they have to take care of many things other than that as well. First comes the Vehicle itself, they have to maintain their vehicles and it should be in proper shape to hit the high ways. Trucker’s health, they have to be fit and fine to handle the load and the vehicle. Family Of course, which is the reason they work so hard and stay mostly on the road. Continue reading