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IRS Form 2290 Payment through Check or Money Order

Tax CalculatorTax payers reporting tax on a Highway motor truck Form 2290 have only three options to choose to make IRS tax payments.

  1. EFTPS
  2. Electronic Funds WithdrawalEFW [Direct Debit]
  3. Check or Money Order

Electronic payment options are convenient, safe, and secure methods for paying taxes or user fees to the IRS. Taxpayers can authorize an electronic funds withdrawal, use a credit or debit card or enroll in the U.S. Treasury’s Electronic Federal Tax Payment System (EFTPS)®. IRS is the only authorized body to debit your account or process for tax payments.

Electronic payment options give taxpayers an alternative to paying taxes or user fees by check or money order. Payments can be made 24/7. The electronic funds withdrawal and EFTPS options are free! Continue reading

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IRS Tax Form 2290 is used to report taxes on Highway Heavy Trucks. A truck weights 55,000 lbs and more are Heavy Trucks has to file Form 2290.


Electronic filing is required for each return reporting 25 or more vehicles that the taxpayer files during the tax period. However, all taxpayers are encouraged to file electronically with www.TaxExcise.com / www.Tax2290.com Continue reading

What is Taxable Gross Weight?

Form 2290, Heavy Vehicle Use Tax has to be reported for a vehicle weight 55,000 lbs or more. Depending on the Gross Weight the category of a vehicle will changes.

Taxable Gross Weight:

The taxable gross weight of a vehicle (other than a bus) is the total of:

  • The actual unloaded weight of the vehicle fully equipped for service,
  • The actual unloaded weight of any trailers or semitrailers fully equipped for service customarily used in combination with the vehicle, and
  • The weight of the maximum load customarily carried on the vehicle and on any trailers or semitrailers customarily used in combination with the vehicle.

Actual unloaded weight of a vehicle is the empty (tare) weight of the vehicle.

A trailer or semitrailer is treated as customarily used in connection with a vehicle if the vehicle is equipped to tow the trailer or semitrailer.

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What is Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)?

Form 2290, Heavy Vehicle Use Tax has to be reported for a vehicle weight 55,000 lbs or more. each vehicle is identified by a vehicle number.

The VIN of your vehicle can be obtained from the registration, title, or actual vehicle. Generally, the VIN is 17 characters made up of numbers and letters. Be sure to use the VIN for the vehicle and not from the trailer.

The Vehicle Identification Number will not contain the alphabets “I”, “O” “Q” for some administrative reason, please ignore using the same. Cross check if you find these alphabets, you might have read wrong.

The VIN is very important to report your Form 2290 taxes with IRS. Every vehicle is identified by the VIN.

By mistake if a have reported a wrong VIN in the original Form 2290 then you are suppose to fix it by filing an 2290 amendment for VIN correction. Yes, it can be now filed electronically [e-file]. We offer this service for the 2290 users. Apart from reporting VIN correction, you have the option to report increase in gross weight from original 2290 reporting and increase in mileage limit from original Form 2290 reporting.

Vehicle used less than the mileage use limit. If the tax has been paid for a period on a vehicle that is used 5,000 miles or less (7,500 miles or less for agricultural vehicles), the person who paid the tax may make a claim for the credit.

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