Category Archives: 2290 e-file

Reduce the possibilities of rejection with adequate knowledge of HVUT form 2290

Hello there dear truckers, Hope you’re all safe and sound. Since the time of renewal dates, we have been facing questions relating to rejection that occurs during filing your form 2290. Well, there are three different factors that play a major role in getting your form rejected. These rejections are mostly dues to small errors and can be rectified right away. Let’s see the factors in detail for a better and accurate filing of your taxes.

  1. RTN rejection (Routing Transit number entered wrong).
  2. EIN rejection (Due to New EIN OR Due to Mismatch in the name and address registered to the EIN)
  3. VIN duplication.
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Just a day left before e-filing your Pro-rated Form 2290!

The HVUT Form 2290 is now due for Vehicles first used since August 2019!
E-file your Form 2290 before 09/30 for vehicles first used in August 2020

Hello there truckers, Hope you’re safe and sound the Pro-rated HVUT Form 2290 is now due by Sept 30, 2020, for vehicles first used since August 2020. This Pro-rated deadline is drafted based on the Federal law that indicates Form 2290 must be filed by the last day of the month following the month of its first use.

If you had purchase/re-purchase any new trucks during August 2020, then you got 60 days before you could file this Form 2290, you generally file this tax form to get your vehicle plates, tags, licenses renewed.

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Its Time to Appreciate our dear truckers! Thank you from the bottom of our hearts

Its time to walk down the red carpet as its time to honor THE HEROES OF OUR NATION.  Yes it’s you dear truckers who save us amidst all the calamities working towards meeting our needs day and night. The sacrifices and risks that you’ve taken during this pandemic show your selflessness. We thank you for all the efforts that you’ve put in to meet our needs as the nation celebrates National Truck Driver Appreciation Week for 2020.

The economy would plunge to the ground if it wasn’t for you guys! By Delivering on time to keeps the nation up and running. Directly and indirectly, you help all businesses on their feet and not to mention supplying all the medical goods on time. Many industries would have shut down if it wasn’t for you leading to huge unemployment. Even we need your contribution to keep our job running and we extend our gratitude for filing with us and make us win our daily bread

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Reporting 2290 taxes on a purchased vehicle then you must read this first

Generally, you must file Form 2290, Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax Return, and pay the appropriate tax if you are registering in your name a heavy highway motor vehicle with a gross weight of 55,000 pounds or more. This 2290 Federal Vehicle Use Tax is already due for the Tax Year July 2020 through June 2021. August 31 was the due date for vehicles this is put to use from July 2020. Taxpayers generally must present the IRS Watermarked Schedule 1 receipt when registering a heavy highway motor vehicle with a state. Truck tax form 2290 is now due for heavy vehicles that is used from August 2020 for the first time in this tax period July 2020 – June 2021. September 30 is the deadline and 2290 has to be reported and paid for the vehicle. 

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And Finally it’s the D-day for your form 2290. Its never too late and you’ve still got time

The Tax Form 2290 is already due and today is the last day to file it. Filing your 2290 truck taxes at the right time is more important as it creates some extra space to correct and amend your returns when you get something odd in it. Well having said that you still have time until midnight to submit and correct your returns if any changes. Since it’s the last day of filing here are a few tips on where you can go wrong.

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Time is ticking! as the Form 2290 deadline Aug.31 fast approaches

Form 2290 for the tax year 2020 is due by Aug.31

Hello there dear truckers! Hope you’re all safe and sound. We are into the last phase of filing your taxes as we just have a week’s time before the deadline for your form 2290. As you know the form 2290’s are due by July and payable until august 31 every year. While most of you have filed your tax returns yet there are many who hasn’t filed yet. We would like to keep you posted about this as we are nearing the deadline and any filings done after august are subjected to penalties from the IRS.

Most of you have a common question asking that why should you renew now as your tag renewals are later this year and aren’t we supposed to do it only then? Well, that’s not how it works. Form 2290’s are always from July 1 to June 30 the following year and the taxes are to be paid upfront for the whole tax year. And how will the taxes be calculated? It depends on miles that you do in a tax year and the total gross weight of your vehicle {tractor + trailer + the max capacity that you can haul}. For a vehicle to qualify under a taxable category it should do more than 5000 miles in a tax year and the minimum gross weight should be 55000 lbs and above.

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Do you want to evade penalties? It’s about time you filed your form 2290

A month has passed by, yet the Form 2290 deadline has not..! The Form 2290 HVUT tax returns are due by the end of this month. Penalties for HVUT non-compliance are serious money; it is equal to 4.5 percent of total tax due, assessed on a monthly basis. Late filers who don’t make an HVUT payment also face an additional monthly penalty equal to 0.5 percent of the total tax due. Additional interest charges of 0.54 percent per month accumulate as well.

Well, who would wish to spare the hard-earned money towards paying a late filing fee with interests, nobody right!  Hence, don’t hold up until the deadline to be the last moment filer that would make easy things hard and hard things even harder; that even tends us to commit mistakes over the Form 2290 while filing in a rush.

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Got a letter or notice from the IRS for your 2290 Tax Filings

Hello Truckers, hope you’re busy in between your 2290 Tax Season. We just need to add more details to your 2290 tax preparation process and remind you that eFile can help you big time to handle this 2290 taxes with ease. TruckDues.com is the most preferred eFile website for Owner Operators and helps them to receive the IRS watermarked Schedule 1 receipt instantly. August 31 is the Due Date to report and pay the Federal Vehicle Use Tax ?Form 2290 on your heavy highway motor vehicle. 

IRS Letter or Notice – Don’t ignore it or get panic. 

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Is it due already? Are the taxes common for all the trucks? well let’s find out about your Form 2290

Dear HVUT filers, As we have learned to live along with the pandemic Virus on the loose we also have good news around different parts of the world regarding a vaccine for a cure. Hope it brings a breakthrough and saves lives. Till then be safe and sanitized. As you know the HVUT Form 2290 is now due for a renewal for the Period beginning July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021, thousands of truckers have e-filed their HVUT Form 2290 for the current period already. So act before it’s too late to join the e-filer club and receive the IRS digital watermarked copy of schedule 1 in minutes.

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TruckDues team wishes everyone a Happy Friendship Day

A friend is the one who walks in when the rest of the world walks out.” They,

F-ights for you

R-espects you

I-nclude you

E-ncourage you

N-eed you

D-eserves you

S-tands by you

Even love can emerge at first sight but friendship takes years to build, A relationship that never breaks and stands by like a shadow of you. A friend is someone who understands your past, believes in your future, and accepts you just the way you are. To all our dear truckers on the road, we extend our warm Friendship day wishes. You need your friends especially at this time of pandemic to make your life better and shoulder to rely on. The word Believe itself hides under the wings of friendship the strongest bond that has ever been created.

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