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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.


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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2290 Tax e-File Countdown : Just few hours left to report it with IRS

2290 tax due date today

Less than a day to have your Form 2290 and Schedule-1 renewed with the IRS, August 31 is the due date. High time to get it  reported and renewed online in simple steps and fast process.

If you own and operate a heavy motor truck with a taxable gross weight of 55,000 pounds and more, your are liable to report and pay 2290 truck taxes. It is simple and easy when you do it online with TruckDues.com an IRS authorized e-file service provider.

Form 2290, the heavy highway vehicle use tax is a fee assessed annually on vehicles that operate on public highways. Form 2290 is reported and paid in full by August 31, today is the deadline to have this 2290s reported with the IRS.

Electronic filing automates your tax preparation, you just key in your vehicle details with the tax year and first used month, taxable gross weight along with your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), your tax return is ready with inputs to file it with the IRS. It is simple and easy as 1-2-3..!

Electronic filing is the fastest way of filing your 2290 tax returns with the IRS, once you complete your tax return it is consolidated and sent to the IRS for processing. IRS verify the data and approves your Schedule-1 with an e-file watermark (stamp) which very well used as a proof for payment of taxes.

Delaying further would end up IRS audits, late fee and paying extra on top of your tax due. E-File is 100% accurate, fast, simple and secured. All the tax math happens automatically, 100% fast, IRS would process your 2290s immediately, and pushed to your email in-box once it is accepted.

E-file HVUT Form 2290

Few days left for your 2290 tax filing due date

The Truck Tax Form 2290 return and Schedule-1 are already due and up for renewal, just few days left for your due date. Filing your 2290 truck taxes at the right time is more important as it create some extra space to correct and amend your returns when you get something odd in it. For vehicles first used on a public highway during July, file Form 2290 and pay the appropriate tax between July 1 and Aug. 31.

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