Hello there dear truckers! Hope you’re all safe. Its been a wild year so far as the whole world is fighting together against the Pandemic Covid-19. It’s spreading like a wildfire, uncontrolled and taking away many precious lives and counting. Our deepest regrets to all those departed souls and may they Rest in Peace. Stay strong and stay safe as we have miles to go. As usual, Truckers are one among the many front-line workers who are on the roads to deliver our essentials, we salute for all your efforts.
So far, the government has been supporting the trucking industry in the best possible ways along with many trucking associations and with its citizens. And It’s almost time as we are in the final quarter of the Form2290 tax year 2019-2020 still puzzled about the next tax year. We’ve been receiving numerous calls from our customers regarding the Pre-filing season through us. For first-timers Pre-filing season is an Ideology where we allow our customers to file the taxes a month prior to the renewal date, usually by June 1 every year we allow customers to pre-file the taxes and once the IRS starts accepting form for the next tax year by July. This eliminates last-minute rush up’s and helps you to continue your work without any interruption.
The Fourth of July, or Independence Day, is a federal holiday that celebrates the adoption of the Declaration of the Independence on July 4, 1776. Very few people have to work on Independence Day like the truckers, as marks a day of family celebrations with picnics, barbecues and a lot of American flags, games and fireworks.
Welcome to our blog at TruckDues.com. It’s been a while since 3 days already since our pre filing season has started. Did you pre file your tax return? If you have not joined the league yet, climb over and pre file your tax return today. The last date of pre filing is 30th of June.
Before get into the details of pre filing, let’s take a look at the about form 2290 and what is heavy vehicle used tax all about.
Form 2290 is the form for filing Heavy Vehicle Used Tax. Every Qualified Motor vehicle operator or owner is mandatory to report form 2290 to IRS and pay the liabilities for using the public highway for vehicles that weigh more than 55,000 pounds or more. These funds are directly contributed for the wear and tear of the highway. Continue reading →