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Electronic Filing for Quarterly Federal Excise Tax returns is made easy here at taxExcise

TaxExcise.com an IRS authorized electronic filing service provider, in fact the only website that support eFile for all excise tax forms at one place. The fastest and easiest way of preparing the excise tax returns, economic and affordable pricing with phone and chat support for instant help.

The 3rd Quarter Excise Taxes are due now and October 31 is the deadline, act fast to report and pay it on-time. The online mode of filings saves you time, money and unwanted mistakes that are quite common with manual filing.

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Labor Day APPROACHING and long weekend never miss out to efile 2290 this week

It’s August and the Federal Vehicle Use Tax Form 2290 filing is due for the tax year 2019-20. The long weekend approaching and September 3 is the deadline for this years 2290 filing. Never delay further to put yourself into stress of last minute filing. Always file early to allow some time for you to rectify issues if any. IRS will be sure about filing 2290 returns well with in the due date.

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Electronic Filing for Federal Excise Taxes is the best way to do it at the last minute.

It’s a good idea to go ahead and file your federal excise tax returns online, that is electronically. We make it easy for the one time filers or returning taxpayer to securely access the website and prepare the tax returns. Review the return and file it online with the IRS for processing it. You’re at the last few days of tax reporting for 2nd quarter, you have no other choice other than efiling it. TaxExcise.com is the only website offering electronic filing for all the Federal Excise Tax Forms;

  • Form 720 : Quarterly Federal Excise Tax
  • form 8849: Claim for Refund of Excise Taxes
  • Form 2290: Federal Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax

Electronic Filing is the best

The foremost is IRS could receive your returns and process it faster than any other way of filing. Choosing online filing or electronic filing eliminated all possible human errors that could happen in a tax return. Let see some of the larger benefits of e-filing Form 720 returns.

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Federal Excise Tax REPORTING for 2nd Quarter of 2019

The federal excise tax returns are reported and paid at end of every quarter, the 2nd quarter returns are now due by July 31. IRS Form 720 is the form for reporting federal excise taxes, and it is only filed by those taxpayers – usually businesses – responsible for collecting the excise taxes. Form 720 can be prepared and report online at TaxExcise.com, an IRS Authorized eFile provider for all Federal Excise Tax Forms, in fact the only provider to support all Excise Tax Forms at one place.

Federal Excise Tax – IRS Tax Form 720

Federal excise tax revenues—collected mostly from sales of motor fuel, airline tickets, tobacco, alcohol, and health-related goods and services—totaled $83.8 billion in 2017, or 2.5 percent of federal tax receipts. Excise taxes are narrowly based taxes on consumption, levied on specific goods, services, and activities. They can be either a per unit tax (such as the per gallon tax on gasoline) or a percentage of price (such as the airline ticket tax). Generally, excise taxes are collected from producers or wholesalers, and are embedded in the price paid by final consumers.

Quarterly Federal Excise Tax Reporting
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IRS Tax Extension Form 7004 and Form 4868 are Due this April 15

That time of the year where every one of us has a tax deadline to complete reporting the tax returns. No matter if it is a Personal Tax reporting or Business Tax reporting April 15 is the deadline.  Filing an extension will allow you to push your deadline back six months from April 15 to October 15, 2019. It’s important to keep in mind an extension only pushes back the due date for the filing of your tax documents. It does not give you extra time to pay on any taxes you may owe.

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