Hello there, all Hardworking Truckers, We admire and owe ya’ll as you continuously strive to contribute towards enhancing our nation’s economy. We realize that nothing ever comes to one that is worth having, except as a result of hard work. Without Truckers where would we be all? Hungry & plain. However, our truckers out there who had sacrificed their family and feelings towards accomplishing the work task. So they need timely updates on their Heavy Highway Vehicle Used Tax deadline (Form 2290) which they file annually to the Internal Revenue Service. Continue reading
Yeah, don’t get your mind clogged up with tax deadlines. We certainly realize how it could be to remember all these Tax Deadlines amidst of your work schedule. You don’t to read a “How-to?” manual to file your Form 2290’s online, Try E-filing your Form 2290 Heavy Highway Vehicle Used Tax Returns through www.truckdues.com once and get notified about Form 2290 deadline on time. Continue reading
TruckDues.com was developed from one of most inspirational saying from our Former President Regan, “We can’t help Everyone; But Everyone can help Someone”, In our perspective we strongly believe that Truckers of the United States represent the major part of the country’s economy, hence they had to be prioritized among others and they work so hard to get our needs served so we ought to repay them; so we are by fulfilling the tax filing needs of Truckers & The Entire Trucking community since 2014.
Benefits of E-filing with TruckDues.com: Continue reading
It’s that time of year again when pumpkins, skeletons, ghosts, and cobwebs decorate businesses and homes alike. Yes!!! Halloween is nearly away, It’s Time to play ‘trick-or-treat & celebrate among your family, friends & coworkers. If not attend county community events. Still bored of playing outside, well stay at home watch horror movies; tell a Real Life Horror Story, Hold costume parties at home & so on.
Having said that, Halloween is not an official holiday. Government offices and businesses are open as usual and public transit services run on regular schedules. So the IRS never makes any exceptions to negate any penalties incurred in case of failure to File or Pay your taxes before the deadline. Continue reading