When you have Vehicle identification number (VIN) of up to 17 characters with numbers and alphabets, mistakes tend to happen. For example, you type 5 instead of S. Let’s say that you file form 2290 and pay $550 to IRS and receive your Stamped Schedule 1 you take it to the DMV and then you realize that the Schedule 1 has the wrong VIN. What do you do?
Thanks to the IRS and Tax2290.com, for introducing VIN correction using form 2290 amendment in 2009, a couple of years after introducing E-filing for Form 2290. If you make a mistake in VIN, you can send an amended Form 2290 to IRS and get the Schedule 1 corrected. But the bad news was that VIN Correction on Form 2290 can’t be E-filed, it must be printed and mailed in. It took 4-6 weeks to get the corrected Schedule 1 from IRS. All this changed in 2011, when Tax2290.com, working with IRS, started to E-File VIN Corrections and was able to get the corrected Schedule 1 in minutes. Continue reading Typos on your Form 2290 can be corrected by Filing VIN Correction!