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Form 2290 is due November 3oth, 2010 if used first in October 2010.

Tax2290.com – Reminder, Heavy Vehicle Tax (IRS Form 2290) is due Nov 30th, 2010 if first used in October.

Have you used your vehicle first time in October since July 1st?
If YES, then you need to file form 2290 by end of this month and get your Schedule 1 copy instantly at www.Tax2290.com

Is your gross weight Increased? Is your Vehicle Mileage Limit exceeded since the recent tax return?
If YES, then you now need to file an Form 2290 Amendment to get the reviced Schedule 2 in minutes. Also you can claim your refund from IRS by filing Form 8849 Schedule6 at www.TaxExcise.com

Have you down-sized the number of Vehicles? Is your Vehicle reported Low Mileage from the last filed return?
If Yes, then IRS owe!!! Yes you need to claim a credit back on a Sold / Destroyed / Stolen Vehicle or Low Mileage Vehicle or any other claims at www.taxexcise.com and get it accepted instantly

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Are you putting your Heavy Vehicle for Sale?

Putting your Truck Sales for Sales?

If you sell a heavy vehicle while under suspension, a statement must be given to the buyer and must show the seller’s name, address, and EIN; VIN; date of the sale; odometer reading at the beginning of the period; odometer reading at the time of sale; and the buyer’s name, address, and EIN. The buyer must attach this statement to Form 2290 and file the return by the last day of the month following the month the vehicle was purchased.

If, after the sale, the use of the vehicle exceeds the mileage use limit (including the highway mileage recorded on the vehicle by the former owner) for the period, and the former owner has provided the required statement, the new owner is liable for the tax on the vehicle. If the former owner has not furnished the required statement to the new owner, the former owner is also liable for the tax for that period.

Proof of payment for state registration

Proof of payment for state registration

Generally, states will require verification of payment of the tax for any taxable vehicle before they will register the vehicle.

Use the stamped copy of Schedule 1 as proof of payment when:

* Registering vehicles with the state, or
* Entering a Canadian or Mexican vehicle into the United States.

If you do not have the stamped copy, you may use a photocopy of Form 2290, Schedule 1, and both sides of your canceled check as proof of payment.

IRS stamped Schedule 1 copy:

In efiling service the Schedule 1 copy will have IRS efile watermark, with received date. This is the valid Schedule1 copy from IRS and accepted across states for registration and proof of payment.

In paper return the schedule 1 copy will be stamped as paid by IRS.