Final Reminder To File Prorated Tax Through Form 2290

So truckers, how is the week treating you? Well, we have an announcement to make. If you have bought you vehicle for the first time on road in the month of September, you are liable to pay your prorated taxes by the end of October, which is not too far from our calendars. Just one more day, and the due date would end. So hurry up filers, come over and file your prorated tax with

Usually, the tax season due date falls on July 1st of the calendar year and ends by August 31st of the same year. If the due date falls on the weekend or a public holiday, the due date is extended to the next business day.

What Happens If You Miss Filing HVUT By The Due Date?

Well, there are few consequences faced by the taxpayer for not filing HVUT on time. Among them, paying penalties and interest are the most frequent.


The total penalty for not filing by August 2014 will be 4.5% of the total tax due. This penalty is added up for 5 months.

For instance, if your total tax due is $250, then penalty will be $250X4.5%= $11.25

So total tax due with penalty will be $261.25


Apart from penalties, the IRS charges monthly interest for the total tax due which is 0.5 of the total tax due.

Therefore, if you do not file your 2290 return on time, you will be liable to pay taxes with penalty and interests, which costs you around 5% of your total tax due. It is advisable to file your tax return on time to stay away from IRS audits.

However, do bear in mind that you cannot let go filing form 2290 any point of your life if your vehicle falls under the category of heavy vehicles. It is always better to file and pay your dues online through and receive your schedule 1 copy in minutes.

There are multiple advantages of filing online; however, one of the main reasons would be automatic tax calculations and error check. These two are the most important features holds out for you. You can overcome the errors usually take place through manual filing.

Do remember, the error check is not a guarantee that your return will not face rejection. There are various reasons for the same. We have discussed the same below:

  • The EIN Does Not Match Your Business Name
  • Duplicate Return or Duplicate VIN
  • EIN Not Registered In The IRS Records
  • Incorrect Routing Number

Do not panic if your return is rejected. You can come over and file your return again before the IRS the due date is ended. You can always expect our Tax Experts around you. Reach us for more assistance at 1-866-245-3918 or email at Immediate assistance can be anticipated.