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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
Taxes are the major way for the government to make money. Federal excise taxes are imposed on the purchase and sale of goods such gasoline including truck owners and operators handling the trucking business. If you own a business in the U.S and responsible to file any of the federal excise taxes listed on the Part I or II in IRS form 720, then you must file every quarter and before the time expires. Filing excise tax in the US has an interesting history and reading this blog will provide you an insight into the trend for filing excise tax in the U.S have an interesting history and reading this blog will provide brief insight into the evolution of the Federal excise tax. Continue reading History about Federal Excise Taxes- Known And Unknown