We live in a civilized country, where dealing with taxes is more than an obligation. Most of us think about the following question: Why do we have to pay taxes? Well, the answer is simple. You pay taxes to enjoy the civilization in United States of America. The money you offer the government via taxes is for the country’s betterment and you are a part of the country so at the end of the day, you are benefited. Continue reading Experience Authentic Online Filing Of Form 720 Only At TaxExcise.com
Welcome to our blog taxpayers. After a long weekend, we are right here with new information in our tow. Well, we would like to remind you that Quarterly Federal Excise Tax Return via form 720 is due for the first quarter. So filers, gear up with your documents and efile your excise tax return. You will save much time and energy. Continue reading EFile Your Quarterly Excise Tax Return Form 720 by 30th April 2014
Greetings from Taxexcise.com, we are proud to share some good moments with our fan followers online. Despite of having tedious schedules, you take out time to read and acknowledge our blogs, we really do appreciate that. Today, we would throw light on Form 720, Quarterly Excise Tax Return. According to IRS, Excise Taxes are paid when the purchaser buy goods like gasoline. These excise taxes are included in the price of the product, and chargeable on activities like wagering or on highway usage by trucks. Make a note, if you accrue excise taxes in the course of doing business; you should be well aware of the rules on filing form 720 excise tax. Continue reading All You Need To Know About Form 720
Greetings from Taxexcise.com, in our previous blog we discussed about the Frequently Asked Questions raised by our Medical Device Excise Tax Filers and here, we are posting the second set of questions for your understanding.
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The Internal Revenue Service collects taxes every quarter for selling of specific commodities such as gasoline. Besides, there being excise taxes individuals in the U.S have to file city taxes to report their income or property. Although, most individuals and businesses would be aware of the differences between the two tax returns but, those filing either of the taxes for the first need to have a clear understanding of both the taxes to make the filing process smooth. Additionally, e filing is better than paper filing, as this saves time also adding ease. Read below to learn how both the taxes are different. Continue reading Know the Differences between Excise Tax and City Tax