The Final day Countdown ends here! And with the clock ticking it feels like Déjà vu, It’s that time of the year where every Trucking Business and Owner operator puts pedal to the metal to have Form 2290 completed on time. Every hardworking trucker knows that the first and most important key to being on the road while still staying compliant with the IRS depends on today. Completing the heavy vehicle tax return on time allows you to stay in business and also ensures you maintain a clean streak with Uncle Sam. Be sure to have the HVUT Form 2290 completed TODAY, August 31st to avoid any late filing charges with added penalties and interests.Continue reading The IRS HVUT Form 2290 Payment is DUE TODAY for TY 2020-2021
TaxExcise.com the only E-file service provider that helps to report all the federal excise tax forms and all schedules of Form 8849 refund claims would like to remind taxpayers that the excise tax form 720 for the second quarter of 2020 ending in June 30th and PCORI Fee, is DUE TODAY.
Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) fees are also due TODAY. 2019 PCORI must be reported on the second quarter of 2020. While filing your return using www.TaxExcise.com, please select the year Jan – Dec 2020 and quarter ending in June 2020, and have your 2019 PCORI filed. The PCORI annual filing and fees was originally set to expire in 2019, but they were reinstated for an additional 10 years, through 2029.
Form 720 and Form 2290 tax requirements for small businesses:Continue reading Form 720 is due TODAY for second quarter of 2020 and PCORI Fee for 2019 Self-Insured Health Plans
The Quarterly Federal Excise Tax Form 720 deadlines for the 2nd Quarter of 2020 is July 31, 2020 and just couple of more days to go. All the businesses that has collected excise taxes through the services offered or goods sold has to be reported and paid in Form 720 by July 31. Electronic filing can keep your tax deadline straight and on-time. You can do it by yourself in 3 simple steps at http://TaxExcise.com.Continue reading Just couple of days left for 2nd Quarter Form 720 Deadline
Time for Excise Taxpayers to go in full swing and complete the Quarterly Federal Excise Tax returns for the 2nd Quarter of 2020. Excise taxes collect along with the goods or services offer has to be consolidated and reported to the IRS in the tax form 720. PCORI fee is also due and has to be reported along with the 2nd Quarter of Form 720.
Form 720 – Electronic Filing – July 31 Due Date
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PCORI Fee in Form 720 – July 31 Due Date
New research trust fund fees are due July 31 from health insurers and the plan sponsors of self-insured plans. The fee is paid annually using Form 720, Quarterly Federal Excise Tax Return. The payment can also be paid through the Electronic Federal Tax Payment System (EFTPS) if you already have an account established.
The PCORI fee initially applied to specified health insurance policies and applicable self-insured health plans with policy or plan years ending after September 30, 2012, and before October 1, 2019; however, in December 2019 the fee was extended for an additional 10 years under the Further Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2020 (H.R. 1865) and now applies through plan years ending before October 1, 2029.
The IRS provides self-insured employers with transition relief for calculating the average number of plan enrollees, which the IRS refers to as covered lives—employees, spouses and dependents covered by the health plan. Payment due on any given July 31 covers the plan year that ended in the preceding calendar year, so the fee payable by July 31, 2020, is for plan years ending in 2019.
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The due date is around the corner and you have limited time to do a paper return. Electronic filing can be strategically the best way to report and pay the Federal Excise Taxes with the IRS. Taxpayers should file on time, even if they can’t pay the full amount due. Then, they should pay the rest as soon as they can. Remember, the sooner paid, the less owed. The Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers about the importance of timely filing and paying their taxes, and that there are several options available to help people having trouble paying.
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Did you know, The first PCORI fee was assessed for plan years ending after Sept. 30, 2012, and the fee for the first plan year was $1 per plan enrolee, it increased to $2 per enrolee in the second year and was then indexed in subsequent years based on the increase of the projected per capita amount of National Health Expenditures.
We have certainly received an influx of inquiries regarding the IRS’ plans for PCORI, and just as we thought, the IRS has EXTENDED the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute Fee (PCORI) for an additional 10 YEARS. As a result of this extension, PCORI fee will continue to be imposed through 2029.
In the Sections 4375 and 4376, the IRS set the amount used to calculate the PCORI fee at $2.54 per person covered by plan years ending Oct. 1, 2019, through Sept. 30, 2020. The applicable rate for policy and plan years ending on or after October 1, 2020, will be included in future revisions.
The next annual fee that sponsors of self-insured health plans must pay to fund the federal Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) is due July 31, 2020, and should be reported on the second quarter filing of 2020.Continue reading 10-Year Extension of Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Fee, due by July 31, 2020