IRS will be conducting its annual Labor Day power outage beginning Saturday, August 31, 2019, starting at 9:00 p.m. and ending Tuesday, September 3, 2019, at 7:00 a.m. EST. This scheduled maintenance drive will affect processing 2290 returns which is heading towards deadline. However on September 3, 2019 the final day to report and pay the Federal Vehicle Use Tax Form 2290 will be available from morning 7:00 am. We’re working and operational to accept the returns from the Truckers, hold that in our servers and get it processed with the IRS when they are back and operations from Sep. 3rd.
IRS Truck Tax Form 2290 referred as Federal Highway Vehicle Use Tax returns are filed from July to August for a Tax Year started on July 2019 – June 2020. All the heavy highway vehicles with a taxable gross weight of 55,000 pounds falls due for this 2290 filing. Form 2290 and Schedule 1 has to be reported and paid to receive back the watermarked Schedule 1 receipt to show as a proof of payment.
Labor Day, is a day dedicated to honor and celebrate the American Labor Movement and the contribution that the labor force has made in maintaining and the wellbeing of the entire population of our great country. Every First Monday in September is set aside by the U S Department of Labor to celebrate and appreciate the great American workers, hence it is Federal holiday across the Nation.
Speaking of American greatest workers, we cannot overemphasis the contribution of the Trucking Company and especially the truckers that have sacrificed their time with family and friend to be on the road and ensures smooth and on-time delivery of good across the nation.
Procrastination!!! We all know about the
word procrastination and the negative effect of it in our day to day life in
some or the other way, But we say we are not a procrastinator just that we are
too occupied with our Family and work that we forget or put forth some of the
necessary things that might affect our activities if not done on time, But Do
you know? Procrastination can put us in a big trouble and have us wishing we
had acted earlier.
Such is the case if we procrastinate our
form 2290 filing, We are at the risk of paying huge penalty, interest for late
filing and payment and ultimately we are at risk of having our business
suspended and going out of business all because we decided to procrastinate our
form 2290 filing.
like you to take a moment to pick up your current 2290 stamped sch.1 copies and
check the date, if your 2290 says 2018-19 then you have an expired copy with
you. And you need to renew it right away because Sep 3, 2019 is the deadline
for the 2019-20 renewal.
Well you do not have to worry about
spending time with your family or delaying your work, www.tax2290.com is just a click away from
helping you taking a step against procrastination and its negative effect, by
using our fast and easy website you are assured of having your stamped schedule
1 copy delivered to your email in minutes.
Also if you are thinking that you still got
time, you are right. However,
in your best interest you should renew your 2290 within this week because the
IRS e-file traffic will be at its peak and also will be the slowest to process
your filings due to huge numbers of filing that will be happening during the
wouldn’t want to take any chances, so log on www.Tax2290.com anytime within this week and
e-file your 2290 for 2019-20 to get the stamped sch.1 copy renewed within
Help your friends also to stay compliant, forward this email to them! Deadline is only a fortnight away!
Howdy Truckers, Wondering how to renew Form 2290 while behind the wheel?
You can call us on (866) 245 – 3918 or leave us your phone number in firstname.lastname@example.org, or reach us through LIVE CHAT, we will e-file Your HVUT Form 2290 on your behalf and renew your stamped sch.1 copy for the tax year July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2020, within minutes.
The IRS e-file is accepting Form 2290 tax returns for TY2019-20, so let’s walk through this 10-minute process and check it off the list. Most of our 2290s are same as last year, so let us walk you through the steps to duplicate last year’s filing and renew for 2019-20 within minutes.
Click on “Start a New Return” from the Dashboard page
Select “Form 2290 Reporting”
Select Tax Year “2019-20” and “first used month” as July 2019
Check the “Taxable Vehicles” or “Suspended Vehicles (Exempt from Tax)” or both whichever is applicable and continue
Click on “Import Vehicles” to import vehicles from previous year’s filing
Select the Tax Due Payment Method from the options: 1. (EFW) Automatic Funds Withdrawal from Checking account, 2. EFTPS, 3. Credit/Debit Card Payment, 4. Check/MoneyOrder
Check out and continue to the final page
Transmit the return to the IRS
Once the return is submitted, IRS will process your tax
return and send you the stamped sch.1 copy to your email instantly.
Or let us make it hassle-free for you, just call us on (866) 245 – 3918 or leave us your phone number in the email: Support@taxexcise.com or LIVE CHAT with us, and we will walk you through your 2290 filing in minutes.
You’re not too late to submit your tax return and tax due payment, but the deadline September 3, 2019, is only a fortnight away! Don’t delay, click on the above-stated sign-in link to log-in to your account and complete those stated above 9 simple steps today!
Help your friends stay compliant, forward this message to them!
This time of the year, the federal vehicle use taxes on a heavy highway falls due and has to be renewed with the IRS by filing Form 2290 and Schedule 1. The taxes are paid in full and it is an annual tax valid from July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2019. Every highway vehicle that weights 55,000 pounds or more automatically falls due for this 2290 taxes, irrespective of the earlier filing period and month.
Form 2290 and Schedule 1 is reported between July 1, 2019 to August 31, 2019; for the tax year July 2019 – June 2020. However for this year, August 31 falls on a weekend and the next business day, September 3, 2019 is the new due date. The day next to Labor Day. Less time left for paper work, try electronic filing for faster processing and issuing you back the IRS watermarked Schedule 1 proof of payment.