As per the great saying of Confucius, “If you make a mistake and do not correct it, this is called a mistake.” So there is no point in wasting time when you have an option to correct your mistake.
Though we stay very cautious while Filing our Heavy Highway vehicle Used taxes, we ought to commit few human errors at times. The worst of all would be committing mistakes over the VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) which could bring in someone else truck into the picture, or a vehicle that has never existed; during your vehicle registration. You better wish you have a chance to prove your innocence & inadvertence; But the State DMV needs the correct vehicle information to issue your tags, licenses & etc. Continue reading →
The greatest season of joy is right around the corner. It is now the time for us to the hide gifts under the tree, decorate our houses, garden with lights, the cards in the mail, turkey dinners with family and friends, snow in the yard, stockings hanging in the living room, and shouts of “Merry Christmas” to those who pass by in the streets.
Generally Christmas is supposed to be a time spent with family & friends. But not many are gonna really enjoy the essence of the Christmas joy, especially for most truck driver’s Christmas can be a lonely time as they are on the road for nearly the entire month of December. During the holiday most truckers work; which proves that there is no substitute for hard work. If they don’t move, the nation wouldn’t.
Here are a few tips for our hard working American truckers on road during Christmas holiday: Continue reading →
Hello Truckers! Today we are going to discuss the possible reasons behind the rejection of your tax returns. Before you begin e-filing your Heavy Highway Vehicle Used Taxes online make sure that you provide no incorrect information during the time of filing as it would be summarily rejected by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Hence, it would cost your time to figure out what could be the way to fix your return. So just spare few minutes reading this article to know what they are: Continue reading →
Can you believe it’s just a couple of days away? Yeah it’s Thanksgiving, the time when families come together despite their differences eat, feel & celebrate gratitude for the good things in life. This is a day of festivity; family reunions and lavish feasts including dishes like roasted turkeys, Cranberry sauce, Corns. Potatoes and Pumpkin pie are included in the Thanksgiving meal.
Gratitude is not simply something that we externally share with others; it is an attitude that we live with every day. A lack of gratitude is often at the root of a variety of the ills that plague relationships. For example, when a boss never thanks his employees for what they do, the employees start to resent both him and their job which would cause an avalanche of damage on performance on either ends. Continue reading →
Freedom was never free! We live in a Free Country now. Amidst of our commitment clogged life & busy schedules we must take a moment to recognize the hard work and dedication of our American veterans on observance of Armistice Day. Our Veterans old and young alike, wore physical and mental scars of combat for one reason that is for us to have a Safer Life. After serving our country so honorably, many of our war heroes feel a sense of duty to continue to give back to the land they love and have fought so hard to protect. Continue reading →
It’s that time of year again when pumpkins, skeletons, ghosts, and cobwebs decorate businesses and homes alike. Yes!!! Halloween is nearly away, It’s Time to play ‘trick-or-treat & celebrate among your family, friends & coworkers. If not attend county community events. Still bored of playing outside, well stay at home watch horror movies; tell a Real Life Horror Story, Hold costume parties at home & so on.
Having said that, Halloween is not an official holiday. Government offices and businesses are open as usual and public transit services run on regular schedules. So the IRS never makes any exceptions to negate any penalties incurred in case of failure to File or Pay your taxes before the deadline. Continue reading →
Yeah!!! Halloween is nearly upon us & No body prefers an interruption while having a good time during Halloween being on gaudy-spooky outfit, carving pumpkins, going on a party crawl, passing out candy & Creepy Chocolate Chip Cookies to the kids & so on. But did you know that October 31 (Halloween 2016) is also going to be the deadline to file your HVUT’s for the vehicles that began operation during September 2016. There is no shame in being too old for trick-or-treating cause it ain’t gonna cost you money, but you don’t have to be late on your tax filing where it costs your hard earned money.
So don’t hold up until the month end to be a last moment filer, just spare few minutes to answer few simple questions on TruckDues.com to have your taxes e- filed & approved by the IRS instantly. TruckDues.com being an IRS authorized e-file service provider is well known across the nation for its reliability and customer friendliness, Never consumes your Time & Money as E-filing begins @ just $7.99. Continue reading →
We’re already serving thousands of happy truckers to e-file 2290 truck tax returns with IRS and looking forward to reach out to more truckers and paid preparers welcoming them to this sophisticated, more enhanced 2290 e-file website to explore electronic filing benefits.
E-file 2290 tax returns easily!
Form 2290 is an annual return filed with the IRS for all the heavy vehicles operated on public highways with taxable gross weight of 55,000 lbs or more. Truckers and truck operators under whose name the vehicle is registered liable to file and pay this 2290 vehicle use tax. Form 2290 and Schedule-1 must be filed with the IRS between July of this year to June of successive year or when the vehicle is first put to use on a public highway within in a tax period. Continue reading →
The heavy vehicle use tax returns (Form 2290 and Schedule-1) is due if you have put your vehicle on road after July. Form 2290 must be filed for the month the taxable vehicle is first used on public highways during the current period, beginning on July 1, 2016, and ending on June 30, 2017. However if you have missed to report your 2290 taxes by Aug. 31. e-file it today and receive your Schedule 1 proof copy immediately once IRS completes processing your tax return. Pay the 2290 taxes you owe as soon as you can to minimize the interest and penalty charges.
Electronic filing is required for each return reporting 25 or more vehicles. However, all truckers are encouraged to file 2290s electronically. Electronic filing generally allows for quicker processing of your 2290 truck tax returns. E-file is simple and quick. It is more secured and much convenient, more over it is inexpensive. You no need to reach IRS office downtown and stand in line to pay your taxes, file it electronically and schedule your payment through EFW or EFTPS
E-file 2290 truck tax returns at just $7.99. You know what? truckers prefer to file 2290s electronically as they could save big on the filing expenses and receive Schedule-1 receipt immediately.
Attention Heavy Highway Truckers, you just have less than 24 hours to complete your 2290 truck tax returns with IRS. E-file would be the smart move, choose e-file and complete it online with the IRS. Stamped Schedule-1 proof will be available in just minutes.