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Where to e-file form 2290?
IRS made form 2290 e-filing mandatory for all truckers reporting form 2290 taxes for 25 heavy vehicles and more. They also encourage truckers like owner-operators with a single heavy vehicle to report form 2290 HVUT through the e-filing method because form 2290 e-filing is smooth, safe, accurate, and easy to process for the IRS. Therefore, truckers should prefer e-filing form 2290 online through an IRS-approved service provider.
Dear Truckers and Trucking Taxpayers! TruckDues.com has successfully completed another form 2290 tax filing season, and we hope all of you have reported the HVUT form 2290 to the IRS successfully. This message is for the truckers and taxpayers who missed the deadline and have not yet filed the form 2290 truck tax returns, as we all know that submitting the tax reports to the IRS and getting the stamped schedule 1 receipt is essential to operate the trucking business. Therefore, we request the truckers who didn’t file the 2290 reports to e-file form 2290 at TruckDues.com immediately and get the IRS digitally stamped schedule 1 receipt.
Hello truckers, we know that you are busy filing the form 2290 truck tax reports for the new tax period, TY 2022-2023, or you have already done your form 2290 e-filing online for the new tax period at TruckDues.com. But this is a gentle reminder for the truckers with their heavy vehicles first used in June 2022. Form 2290 truck tax for the vehicles first used in June is due on August 1, 2022. So, the truckers should e-file form 2290 within the deadline and get the schedule 1 copy to continue their truck operations on the public highways.