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Personal Income Tax Extension Form 4868 is due on April 18th, 2011.

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Form 8849, Schedule-3 is up for Efiling…

The IRS is offering electronic filing of Form 8849 will satisfy the Congressional mandate to provide filers an electronic option for filing Form 8849, Schedule 3. Schedules 1, 2, 5, 6 and 8, are also available for efiling through www.TaxExcise.com.

How will Form 8849 e-file improve results? Refunds for an electronically filed Form 8849, with Schedule 2, 3 or 8,  will be processed within 20 days of acceptance by the IRS. All other Form 8849 schedules are processed within 45 days of acceptance. Much faster than Paper filing method

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Tax2290 Reminder: HVUT is due March 31, if your vehicle first used in Feb 2011.

Heavy Vehicle Use Tax (IRS Form 2290) is due by March 31st, 2011. if your vehicle first used in February, 2011.

Have you used your vehicle first time in March 2011 since July 1st, 2010?

If YES, then you need to file IRS Form 2290 by end of this month and get your Schedule-1 instantly only at www.Tax2290.com

Is your gross weight Increased? Is your Vehicle Mileage Limit exceeded since the recent tax return?

If YES, then you now need to file an IRS Form 2290 Amendment to get the reviced Schedule-1 in minutes. Also you can claim your refund from IRS by filing Form 8849 Schedule-6 at www.TaxExcise.com

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One Time reporting for Gas guzzler tax…

The Gas Guzzler Tax is a Federal excise tax applied to the domestic sale of new vehicles that don’t meet certain fuel economy standards. It was enacted as part of the Energy Tax Act of 1978, reaching current levels by 1988. On its surface, the Tax is simple. Behind that simplicity, though, lies a maze of formulas and numbers, some of which are of particular interest to SUV buyers.

The Gas Guzzler Tax is based on combined fuel economy, which is based on a 55%/45% highway/city fuel economy estimate from the Environmental Protection Agency test.

How Much is the Gas Guzzler Tax?

Vehicles that get at least 22.5 mpg (combined) don’t have to pay the Gas Guzzler Tax. The Tax rate goes from $1,000 for vehicles that get at least 21.5 mpg (combined), but less than 22.5 mpg (combined) all the way up to $7,700 for vehicles that get less than 12.5 mpg (combined).

What’s New

The definition of automobile for purposes of the gas guzzler tax has been revised. Limousines with a gross unloaded vehicle weight of greater than 6,000 pounds are not subject to the gas guzzler tax, effective for sales, uses, or leases after September 30, 2005.

Purpose of Form

Use Form 6197 to figure the gas guzzler tax. The gas guzzler tax is imposed on the sale, use, or lease by the manufacturer or importer of an automobile of a model type that does not meet certain standards for fuel economy. Automobiles imported for business or personal use are subject to the tax.

The tax liability is figured each quarter and reported on Form 720. See the Instructions for Form 720 for information on how to file and make deposits.

If you import a gas guzzling automobile, you may be eligible to make a one-time filing for which no employer identification number is needed and no deposit is required.

One-Time Filing
If you import a gas guzzling automobile, you may be eligible to make a one-time filing of Form 720 and Form 6197 if you meet both of the following conditions:
•    You do not import gas guzzling automobiles in the course of your trade or business and
•    You are not required to file Form 720 reporting excise taxes for the calendar quarter, except for a one-time filing.

Using the facts in the Example above, the manufacturer would make two entries, one for Model X and one for Model Y. Printed on recycled paper

To make a one-time filing:

1. File the return for the quarter in which you incur liability for the tax. See When To File in the Instructions for Form 720.
2. Pay the tax with the return. No deposits are required.
3. If you are an individual and do not have an employer identification number (EIN), enter your social security number (SSN) or individual taxpayer identification number (ITIN) on Form 720 and Form 720-V, Payment Voucher, in the space for the EIN.
4. Check the one-time filing box above Part I of Form 720.

Example. In August 2006, H, an individual, imports a car. The car has a fuel economy rating of 15 mpg, so H is liable for the gas guzzler tax of $4,500 (Form 6197, line 9). H meets the two conditions for a one-time filing, that is, (1) does not import gas guzzling automobiles in the course of his trade or business, and (2) is not otherwise required to file Form 720. H must file Forms 720 and 6197 for the third calendar quarter of 2006. H does not have to deposit the gas guzzler tax of $4,500 but instead pays with the return. H checks the one-time filing box on Form 720.

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What Is IRS Form 720?

Companies and individuals that do business in the United States are required by law to file taxes with the federal government. A variety of forms are required based on varying circumstances of the individual taxpayer or company. A Form 720 is also known as a Quarterly Federal Excise Tax Return.

Purpose of Form 720:

The Quarterly Federal Excise Tax Return is used to file and pay excise taxes due on a quarterly basis to keep liabilities under control. Select companies are required to pay excise tax to the federal government depending on their business. Companies that engage in the sale of gasoline or tobacco or in services including indoor tanning may be required by law to file an excise tax return. Continue reading What Is IRS Form 720?

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