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Decoding IRS Tax Jargon – “Suspended Vehicles”

TaxesIRS tax Jargon’s are pretty complicated to decode, today let’s throw some light on the term “SUSPENDED VEHICLES”.  Taxpayers mostly get confused with the term Suspended vehicle, reason is very simple as per their understanding they think it means any vehicle that they take out of service is defined as suspended vehicle. That’s absolutely incorrect. So what does it mean?…

SUSPENDED VEHICLE: As per the IRS the term Suspended vehicle means, vehicles that are suspended from taxes in other words tax exempt vehicles. Any heavy vehicle with a gross weight of 55,000 pounds or above needs a Form 2290 filed for it by its respective owner. But the IRS has defined some distance speculations to determine whether the vehicle is taxable or Suspended (Tax Exempt). Continue reading

HVUT Is Due By April 30th For Vehicles First Used In March

Greetings from Tax2290.com, hope you are fit and fine. You have been working so hard each day, making deliveries and shunning the fears of night traveling. Though the summer has already dropped in, you are still behind the wheels, making deliveries and shredding the beads of sweat for betterment. We are proud to have such dedicated truckers to serve the nation, with zest touching the sky. Continue reading

Tax Efile

IRS Form 2290 Amendment e-filing

Tax EfileIRS Form 2290 Amendments:

When reporting an original Form 2290Heavy Motor Truck Tax with IRS for the tax year, you would have changed some information like VINGross WeightMileage Limit then IRS wants you to file amendments to the originally filed form 2290. There are three types of amendments available for form 2290


For a vehicle that will be used within 5,000 miles or less (7,500 miles or less for agricultural vehicles) during the period, it can be reported as a suspended/exempt vehicle from tax liability. Continue reading

Is your vehicle suspended and want to report to IRS

TaxExcise.com / Tax2290.com has every features to efile all 2290 taxes with IRS.

  • Efile Form 2290 and get IRS stamped Schedule-1 copy in minutes
  • Efile Form 2290 Amendments and VIN Corrections and get it done in minutes
  • Efile your Sold/Destroyed/Stolen credits
  • Efile Suspended Vehicles with IRS and get Schedule-1 in minutes and many more… Continue reading