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The HVUT Form 2290 partial period tax is now due for vehicles first used since January 2021

Hello there truckers, Hope you had a wonderful valentines week amidst your loved ones. The love towards our close ones drives us every day doesn’t it? While that being said your love and passion for trucking drives the nation. The Pro-rated HVUT Form 2290 is now due by March 1 2021 for vehicles first used since January 2021. 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 purchased/re-purchased any new trucks during January 2021, 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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Is your vehicle tax exempted? Here is how you claim it on Form 2290

Truckers, over this article we are going to discuss on how to go about claiming a tax exemption on your vehicle if you realized that you have not driven it over the desired mileage limit. It is said by the Internal Revenue Service that the mileage limit for exemption remains to be 5000 miles or more for commercial based units and 7500 miles for Farming & Logging based units.

The Heavy Highway Vehicle Used Tax Return HVUT Form 2290 is an annual tax paid to the Internal Revenue Service on vehicles that grosses over 55000 lbs or more and if the same vehicle is been used for its desired purpose. Form 2290 is basically due by June and it’s payable until the end of August.

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Safe filing is E-filing!

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 for the vehicles bought or used since December 2020 Period beginning July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021, thousands of truckers have e-filed their HVUT Form 2290 for the current period already and what about you ?

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Finally, the IRS is up and running!

Hey there truckers! Hope you’re all covered up with your taxes and had a stress free new year. There’s always a deadline coming up every month and as you know it’s time to report your vehicles bought in the month of December 2020 before January 31, 2021. Though most of you prefer to file your tax returns electronically we do get contacted for the manual filing process. Due to the pandemic, the IRS offices are closed and the only option would be is to file your taxes electronically. E-filing make your filing experience easier and faster when compared to manual filing.

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It’s a day for gratitude towards life, Happy Thanksgiving day!

Yeah, it’s Thanksgiving, The Much awaited day probably the best weekend of the year. It’s the time to share and care with our beloved ones and be grateful for what we have and appreciate what life has given to us. Prayers to gifts, from hosting a humble dinner to spending time with your family it all happens on this day. A day at peace long away from hectic regular work and relaxation is all that we need and what else could we expect on this day. Freshly pluck flowers and fresh-baked cookies not to mention the pumpkin pie and the specially made turkey.

It’s time to sit around the table and share love and happiness as this year had been so lonely as we faced a pandemic and keeping people apart. If not meeting your loved once you can always call them over a video call and share the happiness of life to be gifted and safe during the pandemic.

At this thanksgiving we are happy to share our time to thank our Truck Drivers who takes our nation’s needs forward by leaving their family behind during the pandemic to meet the nation’s needs. On this Thanksgiving as a way to exhibit our Gratitude, let’s say Thanks to a Truck Driver for their service. At TruckDues.com we wish our Truckers of America and everyone a Happy Thanksgiving!

At this time we would also like to remind our dear Truckers about the upcoming HVUT tax deadline by November 30, 2020, for vehicles first used since October 2020. to be filed by the last day of the month following the month of its first use. Reach our tax experts at (347) 515-2290 for your Filing needs and also you may drop us an email at support@truckdues.com as we are happy to assist you relating to your Form 2290. Leave the filing to us and you have a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend.

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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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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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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The new tax season 2020 – 2021 has begun! E-file your form 2290’s now

Hello there dear truckers, the TruckDues team wishes you’ll a HAPPY 4th! The pre-filing season is over and the actual filing season has started as the IRS has started to accept and process the tax returns for the tax year July 2020 – June 2021. For all those who had pre-filed their tax returns with us has already received the schedule-1 copy and are resuming work without interruption.

Although the Form 2290 is actually payable until Aug 31, 2020, you are required to stay updated and current on your Form 2290 filings during your vehicle registration. Form 2290 is generally due by June and its payable until the end of August.  However, you are required to possess the current years filed Form 2290 during any roadside inspections to avoid a ticket.

You might now think why do I have to file it right away when I got time until August?

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The IRS HVUT Form 2290 Tax Refund and Credit Adjustments – Explained!

Hello there dear Truckers, as you know the HVUT Form 2290 is an annual tax paid to the Internal Revenue Service every year on a vehicle which comprises a minimum gross weight of 55000 lbs or more and if the same truck is been used over the public highways for commercial, agricultural & logging purposes. In recent times we see a lot of our customers come up with questions relating to Form 2290 claims and who are eligible for it. We hope this blog covers those questions.

Now there are few claims that are supported in accordance with the Form 2290.

  1. Taxes Overpaid Credits.
  2. Suspended Vehicle Exceeds Mileage.
  3. Low Mileage Vehicle Credits.

Claims against Tax overpayment:  When the taxes are paid for a respective vehicle more than once within the same tax year, then the excess paid amount can be claimed as a refund by filing the Claim Form 8849 Schedule 6, as a result, you will receive a refund check back from the IRS in 21 business days in your mailing address.

When the vehicle is Sold/Destroyed/Stolen:  When the taxes are paid full in advance on a respective vehicle and if the subjected vehicle is Sold/Destroyed/Stolen a partial refund can be claimed via the Form 8849 Schedule 6.

Low Mileage vehicle credit:  When the taxes are paid full in advance on a vehicle assuming it would go over 5000 miles or 7500 miles but if the truck remains under the mileage limit for exemption during the year, the IRS lets you claim a full refund by the following tax year.

It’s a pandemic out there and the nation needs more truckers as you’re the bloodlines that connect every nook and corner of our country. We see a lot of our customers trading in trucks and looking to transfer the credits. Now you know what to do and if further assistance is needed, please feel free to contact us at 347-515-2290 or just drop an email to support@truckdues.com. Drive safe