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It’s the last day to E-File your Pro-rated HVUT Form 2290 for vehicles first used in Dec 2018!

Hello there Truckers, Today is the last day to E-File your Pro-rated HVUT Form 2290 (For the Period beginning Dec 2018 through June 2019) to the IRS. This deadline is only applicable for vehicles which are purchased/re-purchased and been used on the road since Dec 2018.

Basically the HVUT Form 2290 is due by the month of June and its payable until the end of August. However, if any vehicles are purchased at the middle of a respective tax period the said vehicle is liable to be reported on the Form 2290 on a Pro-rated basis before the last day of the month following the month of its first use.

On this basis, the Pro-rated Form 2290 would be due by January 31st, 2019 for vehicles which are into service from December 2018. However, before filing your pro-rated HVUT you must be able to guess the number of miles the truck would travel during the respective tax period it’s reported for.

The Internal Revenue Service sets the desired mileage of exemption to be 5000 miles (For commercial & logging vehicles) and 7500 miles (For Agricultural Vehicles). Now if the subjected vehicles seems not to exceed this mileage limit based on its nature of purpose it remains exempt from paying taxes to the IRS however the tax return needs to be filed to report an exemption.

On the other hand if the vehicles does seem to exceed the mileage of exemption for the period its intended to be reported, you’ve got to make the tax payment full in advance to the Internal revenue service. Soon as you e-file your tax return, you will receive the IRS digital watermarked copy of schedule 1 in your registered e-mail address.

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The Government has temporarily recommenced operations after the longest shut down ever!

The U.S. government has re-opened temporarily after the longest shutdown in American history.  The impact that the 35 days of the President Trump’s government shutdown has had on federal workers and beyond.  This shutdown has adversely affected many tax payers either with quite a few tax forms were lined up for renewal namely, Federal tax Forms 2290, 720, International Fuel Tax Agreement & few more.

According to the statistics of the Congressional Budget Office, The recent government shutdown cost the economy $11 billion, including a permanent $3 billion loss. Although most of the damage to the economy will be reversed as the government reopens and workers return to their jobs, the CBO Congressional Budget Office (Federal agency) estimated $3 billion in economic activity is permanently lost.

Whilst this historical shutdown prevailed, many HVUT tax payers contacted us to know about the IRS recommencement to deal with their penalties, general inquiries and etc.  Since www.truckdues.com serves to be an intermediate service provider for e-filing the Federal tax form 2290, our expertise is only towards the overall e-filing process and its sequential processes.

However, throughout this shutdown we had to manage many conventional paper filer’s questions due to major local IRS facilities & Courthouses shutdown besides the e-filing option was there as live option to File and pay the HVUT Form 2290 amidst the shutdown and e-filers were still been able to File, pay & Receive the IRS digital watermarked copies of Schedule 1 in their registered e-mail address.

However, we felt happy that we were considered to as a helpline for 2290 e-filing by many owner operators who had no option to schedule any appointments nor was able to contact the Internal Revenue Service regarding seeking assistance with their Heavy Vehicle Used tax Forms. We always feel much obliged to serve the ever hard working trucking community with their HVUT Tax Filing needs.

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Did you know an EIN recognition period can be prolonged due during the Government Shutdown?

Hey there truckers, we got to let you know about one of the major impact of the recent government shutdown over your HVUT Form 2290 filings. The federal law states that you must wait until 15 business days (Excluding the weekends & Federal Holidays) before you could use your newly acquired EIN over any e-filed tax returns.

Now as that the government shutdown still persists, it seems to have a direct impact on the EIN maturity tenure. We have been told that 15 days period remains non accountable if the EIN was applied during the course of the government shutdown. So the 15 business days waiting period is even more extended without any further notice until the Government officially ceases its shutdown.

Now due to this fact, a large number of truckers who recently applied for a New EIN are facing rejections on their Form 2290 application from the IRS due to non-recognition of the EIN despite the fact that the EIN is at least 15 business days older, now this evidently delays Truckers their chance of getting their vehicle registration done as they can’t renew their trucks tags, licenses etc. Unless they submit the IRS stamped 2290 Schedule 1, Thus it results in many truckers who are not been able to start making money with them trucks.

The worst part is, generally when you encounter any issue with your EIN such as electronic database non-recognition, you can go ahead with the old school fashion paper filing/filing at the local IRS facility. Now due to the shutdown all the Local IRS centers remain closed until the Government shutdown is ceased. Perhaps if you were thinking about mailing the documents to the Treasury; it would take forever than before right now due to this shutdown.  

Reach us back for any further assistance for your Form 2290 needs over the following mediums:

Phone: (347) 515-2290 [Monday through Friday, 9 A.M to 5 P.M, Central Standard Time]

E-mail: support@truckdues.com

Live chat with our tax representatives.

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Did you know, Getting the 2290 Transferred from the Old to New is possible via Form 2290?

Hello there Truckers, most of you all would think how to transfer your 2290 from the old to new unit. Well here’s the answer, it’s simply done over a regular Form 2290. Generally when you e-file the Form 2290 you know that you always make the tax payment to the IRS full in advance.

So if you had sold a vehicle amidst a tax period for which you have made the tax payment full in advance. You may certainly claim a partial refund or an adjustment of tax credits to the replacement unit. If you had not bought any replacement unit versus the sold vehicle you may simply opt for a tax refund which is done by filing the Form 8849 Schedule 6 (Claim for refund of excise taxes). Upon a successful submission of your claim request, takes 21 business days before the IRS could mail you the refund check.

On the other hand, if you had purchased a replacement unit versus the sold vehicle, you may go ahead and claim a partial credit carryover towards the Pro-rated tax due amount of the new replacement unit. By this way, you would be able to nullify your tax due (In case of same month remains in common for both sold & newly acquired unit) & pay the difference in excess post adjustment (In case of same month does not remains in common for both sold & newly acquired unit).

However, the vehicle that was sold would never reflect over your copy of Schedule 1 as the IRS systems would only reflect taxable units and suspended/exempt units determined based on the desired mileage use of the vehicles. Whereas vehicles reported under credit sections would not show up on the actual stamped version of Schedule 1 although it does remain accountable for your credit adjustment in the backend.

Truckdues.com is rated to be one of the most efficient & cost effective priced websites that support HVUT Form 2290 filings electronically. We ensure zero tolerance towards any errors that might occur whilst the e-filing process. The best part of e-filing is the turnaround time where it just takes few minutes before receiving the IRS digital watermarked copy of schedule 1 back in your e-mail.

Reach us back for any further assistance over the following mediums:

Phone: (347) 515-2290 [Monday through Friday, 9 A.M to 5 P.M, Central Standard Time]

E-mail: support@truckdues.com

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Despite the Government Shutdown, you still can e-file your Pro-rated HVUT Form 2290!

Hey there truckers, this article is to indicate that we got a near term tax deadline by Jan 31st, 2019 only for the Heavy Vehicles which are operational on the road since Dec 2018. Despite that fact that how many days the truck was operational throughout the month, the HVUT would be due by the last day of the following month. Since, Form 2290 is due on any vehicle by the last day of the month following the month of its first use.

Only when you’re truck is going to be used over 5000 miles from the time you place the truck on the road up until June of the following year, you pay taxes on the vehicle on a pro-rated basis by reporting your vehicle to be a Taxable vehicle. (A Partial tax payment calculated from the vehicle’s first used month through June of the following year).

Whereas, if the truck is going to be used under 5000 miles and if you are affirmative about that fact, you may simply go ahead and report your vehicle on a Form 2290 as a Suspended Vehicle ( Meaning it’s basically exempt from paying taxes despite the number of months it’s really been used on the highway)

E-filing your annual HVUT is isn’t a rocket science. It is way simpler than you imagine. We got the most user friendly application setup for you where e you’d be able to fill out your tax return by simply answering few questions during the filing process and rest is been taken care by our application in terms of generating your report in a PDF (Portable Document Format) . Post reviewing your tax PDF, you may electronically transmit your tax return to the IRS for acceptance.

As a result you’d be able to print the proof of filing digitally watermarked by the Internal Revenue Service back in your registered e-mail address within minutes for your documentation purposes. The same copy can be used as the legal proof of filing during your vehicle registration purposes.

Please feel free to reach our support team @ (347) 515 2290 [9. AM through 5 PM, Central Standard Time including weekends and all major federal holidays] or write us: support@truckdues.com or Live chat with our support team for instant help.

The IRS E-File servers are back Up On-line! E-File your Pro-rated HVUT Now!

Hey there Truckers, after a fortnight waiting period the IRS e-file servers are finally back up online from Today. Hence, the IRS servers will be able to accept your e-filed tax returns and be able to issue the digital watermarked copy of schedule 1 for your vehicle registration purposes.

Now having said that, the Government shutdown still persists at the moment which will have an impact over the local IRS facilities & courthouses making most of the walk in sites to be non-operational until the shutdown ceases.

For your kind information, the IRS has a huge volume of 2290 tax return filed since the downtime hence it may take until the end of today before the IRS could accept all the tax returns that were filed during the maintenance period.  So, we kindly request you to patiently wait until the end of today before receiving the IRS digital watermarked copy of schedule 1 back in your e-mail.

The Federal law states that the Form 2290 musty be e-filed on a vehicle by the last day of the month following the month of its first use. On that basis the Pro-rated HVUT Form is now due by January 31st, 2019 for vehicles used on the road since Dec 2018. E-File soon if you haven’t filed it yet.

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Be informed that the IRS servers are still under Maintenance!

Hello there Truckers, We hope you enjoyed your Holidays really well. Now since we have stepped into this New Year, we ought to face new challenges in our life. Let’s be braced up to face every challenges posted in our life to proceed further with no hassle and to accomplish new achievements.

Now during this time, we wanted to keep you posted of an Important Update on the IRS scheduled Annual maintenance period for the year 2018. Most of you will know already that the IRS servers went on a shutdown since December 26th, 2018 and any tax returns filed during this downtime, will not be processed by the IRS until they recommence full operations officially.

Having said that, we expect the IRS to recommence full operations beginning next week hence, we wanted to notify whoever have filed their tax return and ought to file one right now that your tax returns might not be processed by the IRS up until next week.

We presume that many local IRS facilities are currently non-operational since the Christmas Eve, However you may certainly contact the IRS e-file help-desk @ (866) 699-4096 or you may track down the phone number of your nearest IRS facility using the IRS hyper-link listed below, and you would be required to enter your ZIP code to yield information.

https://apps.irs.gov/app/officeLocator/index.jsp

You may also feel free to reach us back for any further assistance pertaining to your Form 2290 filings.  Truckdues.com is rated to be one of the reliable and nominally charging websites to E-file the HVUT Form 2290. It has earned its trust among many independent truckers, trucking companies and major trucking communities across our nation. E-filing begins here as low as $7.99

Reach us back for any further assistance over the following mediums:

Phone: (347) 515-2290 [Monday through Friday, 9 A.M to 5 P.M, Central Standard Time]

E-mail: support@truckdues.com

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Despite the IRS e-file shutdown period, you could still e-file your Pro-rated HVUT Form 2290.

New Year is right around the corner. New Year’s is the perfect occasion to celebrate Love, friendships and all the good things in life. Let’s take the time to appreciate what this year has      given us and what the new one is about to bring! A new year means new beginnings, love, chocolates, and warm wishes for your friends and family. Now at this joyous time, we would like to remind you about the forthcoming Pro-rated HVUT Form 2290 Deadline and the IRS year end maintenance period.

Every year, during the Christmas Eve, the IRS online servers will turn offline with a motive to upgrade their e-file systems in order to accept tax returns for the following tax period (For the period beginning July 1st, 2019 through June 30th, 2020). Now any tax returns e-filed during this downtime will be processed until the IRS recommences full operations, which is expected to turn up during the 2nd week of January 2019.

However, that doesn’t mean that you simply can’t e-file your tax returns right now, you could have it e-filed right now and wait until the IRS recommencement before receiving the IRS digital watermarked copy of Schedule 1 in your registered e-mail address. The Federal law states that the Form 2290 must be e-filed on a vehicle by the last day of the month following the month of its first use. On that basis, now the Form 2290 is due by Dec 31st, for vehicles first used since November 2018. E-file before the deadline.

Failure to E-file the Form 2290 before the deadline might end up in owing the IRS a penalty for late in filing & payment. This penalties might fluctuate between 3 to 5% of the overall tax due owed on your vehicle and the worst part is the interest will accumulate on daily basis as long as you prolong the lateness beyond the desired deadline assuming it as an extension. In the first place we would like to make our dear truckers aware that there has been no extensions for Form 2290.

Truckdues.com has been rated to be one of the moist efficient & cost effective websites which makes the e-filing process easy even for beginners. There are no complex calculations involved as our application bears that part on your behalf as it has an inbuilt tax calculator for your convenience. Soon after you enter your vehicle information, our application would calculate the tax due amount of the vehicle reported.

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IRS servers might sooner go off-line! E-File Soon!

Hello there truckers, the Internal Revenue Service online servers usually goes off-line every year during the Christmas Eve with a motive to upgrade their servers to generate updated forms and support tax returns for the upcoming tax period ( For the period beginning July 1st, 2019 through June 30th, 2020). Continue reading

E-File your Pro-rated HVUT Form 2290 before the IRS scheduled Downtime!

Truckers, may we have your kind attention please. You all know very well that the HVUT Form 2290 is generally filed every year during July through Aug. However, when it comes to the Pro-rated HVUT Form 2290 the IRS has a different deadline as per their law, the deadline to E-File a Pro-rated HVUT Form 2290 must be the last day of the month following the month of its first use. Continue reading