The Federal Excise Taxes are reported quarterly with the IRS using Federal Excise Tax Form 720, for 2nd Quarter it was due on July 31 and if you have missed out the July deadline, you can still report it online at TaxExcise.com. Reduce your late fee charges, penalties and interest by filing it as early as possible.
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