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HVUT Form 2290 for the vehicles first used in April 2021 is due by May 31st. E-File Soon!

According to the Federal Law, HVUT Form 2290 is due by the last day of the month after the month in which the vehicle was first put in service. For the vehicles first used after April 1st, Form 2290 is due by May 31st, 2021. Even though the vehicle was bought or re-bought the owner is responsible for paying the taxes over the next 60 days which would be a pro-rated tax bill.

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With less than 4 days before the deadline, e-file Form 2290 before April 30, 2021.

Today, we would like to inform you that the Form 2290 deadline for vehicles first used in March is April 30, 2021 on a prorated basis. We will discuss and walk you through the different categories of vehicles that are filed using Form 2290 when filing the pro-rated form 2290, which is due in just 4 days. Just as not all gold glitters, not all truck/heavy vehicle you see on the highway is expected to file Form 2290. Taxed trucks, which are one of the vehicle categories on which form 2290 is used, are one of the most well-known types of vehicles for which taxes are imposed.

So, today, we’ll look for the other types of vehicles that are concealed inside form 2290. Stay with us and we’ll fill you in on everything you need to hear.

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The due date for Form 2290 is April 30th, which is right in the middle of both business and personal income taxes!

No one should argue that we have a list of taxes scheduled to begin in March. It all starts with your business taxes and progresses to your personal taxes. Are these the only two taxes that must be paid, No!

For vehicles that entered service last month for the first time since July 2020, your Federal Excise Tax Form 2290 (HVUT) is due by the end of the month, just as it is every month. To clarify, any heavy vehicle with a gross weight of 55,000 lbs or more that was first used on the road in March 2021 and has been on the road since July 2020 is required to file a Federal Excise Tax Form 2290 (HVUT) by April 30, 2021. To collect your stamped schedule-1 copy in minutes, it is highly suggested to e-file your form 2290s.

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HVUT Form 2290 and 1st Qtr IFTA are due April 30, 2021

A gentle reminder from the Tax2290 team, the first IRS Approved E-file Service Provider to e-file federal excise tax form 2290, about the approaching tax Due Date.

With hundreds of things running through the back of your head, it’s easy to overlook things you only do once in a while. Taxes are one of the things that you don’t do too much. We understand that you have a lot on your plate, so we suggest that you E-file your Federal Excise Taxes as soon as possible to stop the last-minute scramble.

Taxes that are due April 30, 2021:

  • Form 2290: to E-file your Federal Excise Tax Form 2290 for Vehicles first used in the Month of March 2021. E-file your HVUT Tax Form 2290 to receive a stamped schedule-1 copy within minutes.
  • Form 720: Your Quarterly Excise Tax Form 720 for the First Quarter of 2021 is also due by the end of this month. To escape fines and interest, register your taxes as soon as possible using www.Taxexcise.com.
  • TaxForm IFTA: This month also marks the deadline for the International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) for the First Quarter of 2021. While there is no way to E-file, you can get them prepared online to escape complex tax estimates.
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IRS Notice Information & Upcoming August 31 HVUT Form 2290 Deadline


Mistakes are a part of life, we take action and we learn from them. Most mistakes made on tax returns are due to trial or human error and can be easily corrected by filing amendments. There are however few instances where certain errors might go unnoticed and the IRS will send you a notice by mail to keep you informed. The notice or letter will explain the reason for the contact and brief you with detailed instructions on how to have this resolved.

There are many reasons why the IRS may send a letter or notice. It typically is about a specific issue on your federal tax return or tax account. The IRS generally sends notices and letters based on the following grounds:

  • You have a balance due.
  • You are due a larger or smaller refund.
  • IRS has a question about your tax return.
  • IRS needs to verify your identity.
  • IRS needs additional information.
  • IRS changed your return.
  • IRS needs to notify you of delays in processing your return.
  • IRS has not received your tax return/payment.
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