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Why e-file Form 2290 and not paper file?

Greetings! You have landed at the right place in case you have been wondering why everyone’s talking laurels about e-filing over paper for long now. Obviously, you go green immediately, without wasting paper products of our beloved little left trees. The ability to file your tax returns round the clock throughout the week right at your desk at home makes life very comfortable and easy. The speed of the entire tax return process dramatically increases with e-filing over paper due to advanced internet capabilities thus saving you money and energy worked out on postage/fax/courier/delivery charges, which of course can be used over a million other valuables. Continue reading Why e-file Form 2290 and not paper file?

Tips for Truckers, who are at home this Holiday.

It’s that time of the year when most of the truckers are trying to reach home to spend time with their loved ones over the holiday season.  Truckers who do not have a family, will mostly agree to stay out on the road to give time to their fellow Truckers who do have small children or family an opportunity to spend the holidays at home.

Few suggestions for truckers, before heading home this holiday Season: Continue reading Tips for Truckers, who are at home this Holiday.

Why and How to Keep Records of Your Tax Documents

‘Prevention is better than cure’ is one of the oldest phrases that we hear from time to time. In business when it comes to financial matters, it is important to keep records of all transactions as a precaution; be it small or a big transaction. The sole and the most important reason to perform business activities is to earn profit; increase the zeros in our bank accounts. At the same time, we want to make sure that no mistakes or problems occur while earning those hard earned dollars for IRS or anybody else to snatch it away from us. Hence we need a good record keeping system that can actually help you save money. Keeping records to maintain the progress of our business is just as important. As per the IRS, Keep records of all your Excise taxes for at least 3 years after the date the tax is due or paid, whichever is later. They must be available at all times for inspection by the IRS. When it comes to tax 2290, it is important to maintain records for the following reasons: Continue reading Why and How to Keep Records of Your Tax Documents

IRS tax form 2290, Efile only with www.Tax2290.com

The IRS Form 2290 is made available from Nov 1, 2011 for the Tax Year 2011-12, If your vehicle was first used in July, August, September or October 2011, you are required to file Form 2290 by November 30, 2011. You will not be liable for any late filing penalty or interest if you meet this due date. Beginning November 1, 2011, we will provide a stamped (receipted) Schedule 1 to those who file and pay their tax.

Efile the IRS Tax Form 2290 through http://www.TaxExcise.com or http://www.Tax2290.com the #1 efile service provider and certified by the IRS.

E-file VIN correction

reporting VIN correction to the IRS can now be done online accessing http://www.taxexcise.com or http://www.tax2290.com. No need to send paper forms for correction the mistakenly filed VIN#. click here to check more

Efile 2290 Amendment

When reporting an original Form 2290 with IRS for the tax year, you would have increased your Gross Weight, or crossed the Mileage Limit from the originally filed Form 2290. Report an amendments online and get it corrected in your Schedule 1 copy. Click here to read more

Form 2290 Credits

Efile the Sold / Transferred / Destroyed Vehicle claims to the IRS and receive your claims faster now. You have paid and would have sold the vehicle, so IRS may owe tax credits for the sold vehicle. Now claim the 2290 refunds online and get your refund faster. Click here to read more

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IRS to Host Public Meeting Dec. 8 on Real-Time Tax System

WASHINGTON –– The Internal Revenue Service will kick off a series of public meetings  Thursday, Dec. 8 to gather feedback on how to implement a series of long-term changes to the tax system described by IRS Commissioner Doug Shulman in an April 2011 speech at the National Press Club.  In that speech, the Commissioner described a vision where the IRS would move away from the traditional “look back” model of compliance, and instead perform substantially more “real time,” or upfront matching of tax returns when they are first filed with the IRS.  The goal of this initiative is to improve the tax filing process by reducing burden for taxpayers and improving overall compliance upfront.

Under the vision of a real-time tax system, the IRS could match information submitted on a tax return with third-party information right up front during processing and could provide the opportunity for taxpayers to fix the tax return before acceptance if it contains data that does not match IRS records

By contrast, today the IRS conducts a significant number of compliance activities months after the tax return has been filed and processed.  It is not uncommon for a taxpayer to receive a notice 12 to 18 months after a tax return is filed.  This after-the-fact compliance approach can create problems and frustrations for both taxpayers and the IRS.

At the public meetings, IRS officials will solicit feedback and input from outside stakeholders to provide comments and insight. The first meeting will feature representatives of consumer groups, the tax professional community and government representatives.  A future public meeting will include, among others, representatives of the employer and payroll community, the software industry, financial institutions and additional government representatives.

The first meeting, scheduled at 9:00 a.m. on Dec. 8, will take place at the IRS Headquarters Building Auditorium, 1111 Constitution Ave., NW, Washington, D.C. Those who would like to attend the meeting should e-mail the IRS atCL.NPL.Communications@irs.gov with the contact information for the attendees or call the IRS at 202-622-3359.

The next public meeting will be held early next year.

Source: www.IRS.gov Issue Number: IR-2011-114