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For many truckers Form 2290 Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax is now due

It is July, the federal heavy vehicle use tax form 2290 falls automatically due for all the truckers irrespective if your earlier filings. Anyone who registers a heavy highway motor vehicle in their name with a gross weight of 55,000 pounds or more must file Form 2290, Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax Return. Usually the filing deadline is August 31 however you can report and pay the HVUT taxes at the earliest and receive the IRS watermarked schedule 1 receipt instantly at TruckDues. It is simple and easy when you do it online with TruckDues.com an IRS authorized e-file service provider.

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Form 2290 filing period is fast approaching choose eFile to gain a competitive advantage

The American Trucking industry is delivering the most essential service for the nation, lot of businesses rely on it for their everyday operations. The for-hire carriers and private carriers make up most of the nation’s trucking companies. Truckers were doing incredible efforts at the forefront. Wish they Stay Safe and Keep on Trucking!

Truck Tax Form 2290 filing period is around the corner, from July 1, 2021 the Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax returns has to be reported and paid. This is a yearly tax covering the 12 months period from July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022. Electronic filing is the best way to report this 2290 taxes with the IRS and pay online, by yourself and with pocket friendly service like TruckDues.com. Start today, it is as easy as 1-2-3!

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To All the Trucking Dad’s out there , Happy Fathers day !

The quality of a father is seen by his goals, dreams and aspirations that he sets, not for himself but for his family by mentoring them towards success and Every great achiever is inspired by a mentor and that would definitely be a father. Any man can become a father but it takes something special to become a dad. To all the “Something Special” throughout the globe we say our happiest father’s day to you.

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Hurdle ahead of everyone, Pre-file your TY 2021-22 HVUT Form 2290 Now!

Pre-file your 2021-22 HVUT Form 2290 Now!

Fellow truckers it’s time to prepare to file your taxes for the upcoming tax year July 2021- June 2022. The tax filing season starts by 1st July and Hope you’ve got everything prepared. If not we are here to assist you.  We are also ready to process your returns and equipped with full-scale staffing at your disposal. But why the rush so soon? Well there are more than 3.5 million truckers on road and hence for keeping our customers up in the line we are accepting forms for the upcoming tax war, (LOL) starting today

The Pre-filed tax returns basically holds a priority within it by default when compared to a regular Form 2290. The IRS online servers would always process tax returns based on First Come First Served Basis. Hence, the Pre-filed tax return reaches the IRS servers sooner than the other tax returns hence in turn receives an expedited amongst other regularly filed tax returns.

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

Please accept our heartfelt greetings to all of the HVUT filers out there. We’ve been dealing with the Covid virus for a while, but with good news about the vaccine coming in from all over the world, we’re hoping for a cure and lives saved. Until then, be careful. Thousands of truckers have already e-filed their HVUT Form 2290 for the current tax period, which stretches from July 1, 2020, to June 30, 2021; now it’s time to file the prorated form 2290, which is only applicable to truckers who purchased a new truck or used a new truck for the first time on a public highway in April 2021, which must be filed by May 31, 2021.

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Just four days remain before the April 30th deadline for submitting Form 2290 for vehicles first used since March 2021. E-file Now!

Good day, truckers! We’ve got an important update for you. For any new vehicles first used on a public highway in March, the Heavy Highway vehicle used tax return is due on a pro-rated basis for the period July 1, 2020, to June 30, 2021, and is due on April 30, 2021.

E-filing allows for a quicker approval of the tax return. It’s best to E-File your HVUT Form 2290 as soon as possible to prevent a last-minute panic that might result in your vehicle registration being revoked. Many last-minute 2290 e-filers have been advised that they will be unable to earn income so failure to file this form prevents you from using your vehicle on the road to support the needs of the people.

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The deadline for submitting Form 2290 is April 30th, which is only a few days away. Now is the time to submit your electronic filing.

Any heavy vehicle with a gross weight of less than 55,000 lbs must file a Form 2290, but the tax liability element is based on the number of miles driven. When the truck has traveled more than 5,000 miles for commercial use or 7,500 miles for agricultural use. When a vehicle does not exceed the desired mileage cap within a tax year, it is counted as excluded from paying HVUT taxes to the IRS. During checks and roadside inspections, however, the vehicle must be identified using Form 2290 to validate its exemption.

E-filing has been one of the digital revolutions, allowing taxpayers to safely register and pay their Federal Excise Tax Returns with the Internal Revenue Service. The main motivation for implementing E-filing is to make it easier for taxpayers to meet their tax deadlines. It frees them up from making appointments at the nearest IRS office and waiting a day for their turn to come before they hit the counter. The worst thing is that any last-minute changes are ignored, forcing you to restart from the beginning. Instead, sit back, relax, and e-file your Form 2290 in a matter of minutes at truckdues website.

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Form 2290 is due for Vehicles first used since March 2021, E-file Now!

2290 Tax eFile for 2021

Each time you come across a new e-file service provider, the only question pops us in mind, why didn’t I realize I can e-file with this service provider? Well, we do not blame you for this, nor do we blame the search engines. We have no one to be blamed or to confide. However, since you have already discovered about truckdues , it’s time to join hands with this authentic, IRS certified E-filing service provider for faster tax filing experience.

Before we move into the details of e-filing, we have an announcement to make. The pro-rated filing for trucks used since March 2021 is falling due by April 30 2021, which also means, the countdown for the next tax year has begun and with less time in hand, we request all the tax filers to come over and e-file their tax return with utmost ease and receive their schedule 1 copy in minutes.

So Who Needs To File Form 2290 2020-21 With Truckdues ?

So if your vehicle weighs more than 55,000 pounds and is likely to cross 5,000 miles during the taxation year 2020-21, you’re required to file form 2290. However, if your vehicle does not cover the standardized weight and miles, your vehicle is counted as suspended vehicle. Now, that does not mean you don’t have to pay taxes to IRS. You are requested to file form 2290 before the due date and keep IRS informed about your suspension. There are other types of vehicle as well, that includes logging and exempted vehicles.

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Form 2290 is due TODAY for vehicles first used in February 2021. E-file now!

Dear HVUT filers, As we have learned to live along with the covid Virus, we also have good news around different parts of the world getting vaccinated to prevent and cure us of this Virus. Hope it brings a breakthrough and saves lives. But that doesn’t mean that we can roam around free right, we still have to be cautious to be safe. And the same applies to Form 2290. The IRS offices are closed it doesn’t mean that there is no need for you to file your taxes, well that why we’re here, to meet all your HVUT form 2290 needs. As you know the HVUT Form 2290 is now due today for the vehicles bought or used since February 2021 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 and what about you?

Every year, the tax due amount is paid full in advance to the Internal Revenue Service based on the fact if the vehicle is going to be used over 5,000 miles for commercial & 7,500 miles for Agricultural based units. Having said that, the Form 2290 is pro-rated as the tax deadline for the new vehicles happens to be the last day of the month following the month of its first use. So should you pay it up in full no, as said the taxes will be calculated on a pro-rated basis from the month of January or December based on the month of use.

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How to Get a Free EIN (Employer Identification Number)

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Hello there dear truckers, last week’s blog was emphasized the different types of rejections. The most important of them all was the EIN rejection or name control rejection the combination of the EIN and the name of the taxpayer is revised into a unique identifier for each taxpayer. And, you stand responsible to provide the correct EIN while filing or your return would be rejected if the same doesn’t match.

If you don’t remember your EIN while filing your return or you have accidentally misplaced it, reach IRS at 1-866-699-4096 and they would look into it for you.

While majority of truckers have a registered EIN or tax ID many still seem to file using their social security number. Well is it not something that can be used ?  We wouldn’t say no but an SSN can be used only while paper filing at the IRS office directly or manually by mailing the documents to the IRS office. Since the IRS offices are closed due to covid-19 paper filing is out of the option and hence one would not be able to use it in filing a 2290 return electronically. So what do you do in this case?

Today, we are going to tell you how to apply for an EIN.

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