We are heading towards the end of August and the official deadline for IRS Tax Form 2290 is extended till September 3, 2019 for this tax year as the usual due date August 31 falls on a Saturday. The next business day, September 2 is a Federal Holiday so the official deadline is September 3, 2019.
Today August 29th and you have just couple of days to get your Federal Vehicle Use Tax Form 2290 renewed and receive back the Watermarked Schedule 1 Proof of Payment for this current tax year.
IRS Tax Form 2290 and Watermarked Schedule 1 receipt.
This Form 2290 is an annual tax paid in advance with the IRS for all the heavy vehicles use on a public highway from July and that is to be registered on your name with the federal bodies such us DOT and DMV.
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.
We’re so excited to celebrate our Independence day on July 4th, It’s when we celebrate our nation’s mythology with a day off, a backyard barbecue, and plenty of fireworks. We’re on for the celebrations and time for us to give it back to the #Truckers out there in road, who is making these celebrations possible with a Flat 10% off on the 2290 efile preparation fee. Teat yourself by applying the code “FREEDOM”, valid till 7th July.
July 4th holiday travel
A record-breaking number of Americans, 48.9 million, are expected to travel for Independence Day in 2019, including a record of 41.4 million people who will drive for their holiday getaways, AAA reports. A planned travel itinerary could give you more time with loved ones instead of stuck in traffic.
Overall travel volume for the holiday is expected to rise 4.1% over last year, with an additional 1.9 million people planning road trips and other vacations to celebrate America’s birthday. July 3 is expected to be the busiest day for people hitting the road, according to INRIX, a global mobility analytics company. The greatest coverage and intensity of thunderstorms is expected between 3 and 9 p.m. across this swath of the central United States; however, there could be storms before and after that time frame.
Independence Day holiday travel, by mode
Automobiles: The vast majority of travelers – 41.4 million – will hit the road, the most on record for the holiday and 4.3% more than last year.
Planes: 3.96 million people will take to the skies, the highest number on record and 5.3% more than last year.
Trains, Buses and Cruise Ships: Travel across these sectors will increase by 0.6% to 3.55 million passengers.
Be prepared and plan your holidays accordingly, wish you a happy 4th of July and Independence day to the truckers out on the road. Never miss another opportunity to save during this holiday week. Happy and Safe Trucking to all…!
Anyone can be a father, but it takes someone special to be a dad, and that’s why I call you dad, because you are so special to me. You taught me the game and you taught me how to play it right – Wade Boggs
Being a Father itself is a great responsibility and being a Father with Trucking as his business makes him a super dad. Dads involved Trucking won’t tell you how to live, they live and let you watch them and learn what life is.
ThinkTrade Inc is authorized and certified by IRS to offer e-filing services for federal excise and extension taxes. There are various Tax Forms, Supported by ThinkTrade Inc under the banner of www.taxexcise.com / www.ExtensionTax.com / www.tax2290.com . One can say for sure that there are no months without some or the other tax deadline. Right now we are in the month of April and we know that there is a huge list of tax Forms that are due this month.