A huge shout out to the truckers and trucking taxpayers! The new tax year is just around the corner. You have to start preparing the truck tax reports and file them when the IRS starts accepting the HVUT form 2290 for the new tax year. IRS accepts new form 2290 only at the beginning of the tax season, which will be sometime around the first week of July 2022. Therefore, the IRS will be crowded with truckers and taxpayers looking to report their form 2290 for the TY 2022-2023 and get their respective schedule 1 copies to continue their trucking operation on the public highways. E-filing method will also be somewhat crowded because IRS takes some time longer than usual to process the online form 2290 tax reports due to jammed form 2290 reports. To overcome this situation, TruckDues.com introduced the form 2290 pre-filing method, which allows you to e-file form 2290 with us ahead of the tax season. We will hold it on your behalf and send it to the IRS when the tax season begins. Your form 2290 reports will be among the first to reach the IRS for processing, and you will get the form 2290 schedule 1 copy at the beginning of the tax season itself.
Advance Your 2290 Tax Reporting for 2021-22. Choose Prefile! We’re with you, at every step of your efiling!
Pre filing helps you better prepared for the truck tax season. Start your return and complete it in advance here and submit it. We will securely hold your return in our servers till the IRS starts processing for the tax year in the first week of July.
Filing your return in advance helps you concentrate fully on your business rather than think about the 2290 taxes. Done just let the tax preparation to take away all your time, we can help you with a simple interview based approach to complete your 2290 tax returns in minutes. Receive the IRS watermarked Schedule 1 receipt proof instantly. When pre filed you can get access to it once the IRS accepts your return.Continue reading
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We understand the importance of your business and are working persistently in effort to minimize disruptions associated with COVID-19. You can completely rely on us for your 2290 tax reporting as we have taken adequate steps to support you and your business with 2290 efiling.
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Hey there Truckers! It’s once again time for some knowledge input. The most common question which arises with our customers is the Tax payment option. What happens if you choose credit/debit card option to pay the taxes let’s see in detail today
The IRS basically gives four different option to pay your taxes:
1. EFW (Electronic Funds Withdrawal)
2. EFTPS (Electronic Federal tax payment system)
3. CREDIT/ Debit card payment
4. Mailing a check to the IRS
Out of these four if you choose to pay using credit/debit card option you need to log into the IRS payments portal www.irs.gov/paybycard this portal is dedicated for credit or debit card payments.
When you log into this website you can see three payment operators authorized by the IRS for card payments. You just need to select the most convenient mode and proceed with the tax payment. Please do notice that there will be a convenience fee of $2.00 to $2.58 for debit cards and 1.87% to 1.99% of the tax amount for credit card payments. You could choose the best out of the three and process your payments.
If you choose not to pay an extra convenience fee over the tax amount you could just select the Electronic Funds Withdrawal (EFW) option where you just need to key in the account and routing number during your filing and the payment will be automatically debited from you savings or checking account.
Be sure to know of these facts and in case if you might have any questions during your HVUT Form 2290 e-filing process you may feel free to reach us back @ (347) 515-2290 and our tax experts would be really obliged to serve you promptly with your tax filing needs! God Bless America! God Bless our Truckers!
Wow, this is about Form 2290 and Schedule-1 electronic filing of your taxable vehicle this July 2016. You know that this 2290 tax is due now and needs to be filed. Electronic filing would be the right choice to file these taxes and it has a plus. Let us see the plus that you can gain with e-filing.
TruckDues.com gives you the plus+ of electronic filing and helps you save time, money and get your taxes done right. Accurate filing is possible with TruckDues.com and you just need to answer simple questions about your trucking business, vehicle details and mileage use limit to complete your tax return. Continue reading
When the season dropped into our calendars, there was a loud hype about filing truck tax form 2290. And with that, most of the truckers and owner operators have filed form 2290 in the very first month (July or August) of the tax period. However, if you are not among them and for some varied reason you have not filed your return yet, remember you have only 9 days in hand to get your heavy vehicle use tax return filed and pay your truck dues. Also, you would be receiving your IRS Stamped Schedule 1 copy in hand immediately once IRS accepts your 2290 return. The Truck Tax Form 2290 is due this September 2nd, for 2014 tax period.
Today, we are going to talk about pros and cons about paper filing otherwise the manual filing process and efiling or electronic filing (efile), framing in a manner that will allow you to decide the best option for filing form 2290 for the year 2014-15. Continue reading
Trucking is a trend that is growing with the time. Each day, the number of truckers enrolling and employed is turning huge. However, along with being a trucker, there are additional obligations each year. Taxes are one of them. When you are driving your heavy vehicle on the highway with more than 55,000 pounds is liable to file form 2290 online on or before September 2nd 2014. Usually, the due date for filing HVUT is July 31st. As the due date is falling on a weekend, the next business day is treated as the due date and eventually, September 2nd 2014 is the last date for filing form 2290.
Holding the due date strong in our mind, it’s time to file and report form 2290 at the earliest to pay your dues to IRS. And if you are looking out for an affordable deal to file your taxes on time, here you go. TruckDues.com is one such IRS authorized service provider, compelling everything on one go. In addition, the best, you don’t have to empty your pockets to efile form 2290 and schedule 1 copy in your hand. Pay only $7.99 with no hidden charges as efiling service fee and enjoy the successful efiling session. We believe in providing you affordable service and that is what we are indulged in. You are important to us so to the nation. And providing you with the world best service is our duty. Continue reading
We trust you are doing well and fine. Our first blog was a small introduction to our product, www.TruckDues.com. Being an authentic service provider, we have other obligations as well when it comes to handling the customers. And this welcomes another blog at our space. Today, I post about Form 2290 and related information. The form is vast and thus, we cover the basic stuff here and following blogs will have complete information.
What is form 2290 and who should file?
Form 2290 is to figure and pay tax due on highway motor vehicle used during the period with a taxable gross weight of 55,000 pounds or more depending upon the first month of use and date of filing. And this implies to truckers and owner operators driving rigs on public highway weighing more than 55,000 pounds should file form 2290.
When should you file form 2290?
Form 2290 must be filed for the month the taxable vehicle was first used on a public highway during the current period. The current period begins July 1, 2014, and ends June 30, 2015. Form 2290 must be filed by the last day of the month following the month of first use.
Note. If any due date falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday, file form 2290 by the next business day. Continue reading