Hello, Truckers! As the tax filing season for this year’s tax period is already over, you believe all of you reported and paid your HVUT form 2290 to the IRS and successfully got your stamped schedule 1 copy. Now, if you have typed in the incorrect VIN of your vehicle and got your schedule 1 copy with the incorrect VIN, you must apply for VIN correction to correct the VIN of your truck. You should not delay applying for VIN correction if you have your stamped schedule 1 copy with an incorrect VIN of your truck. Otherwise, you will have trouble with the authorities for improper schedule 1 copy. You will also be unable to register your vehicle, renew the license or process any insurance claims.
Hello, Truckers! We had another great form 2290 HVUT tax filing season for the tax period, 2022-2023. We hope you have reported form 2290 truck taxes to the IRS and received the IRS stamped schedule 1 copy to operate your trucking business smoothly.
Truckers must report and pay form 2290 truck taxes for their taxable heavy vehicles for every tax season during the beginning of the tax season. A heavy vehicle or truck should have a total gross weight of 55,000 pounds or more to enter the taxable vehicle category. Form 2290 has different total gross weight categories from A to V in which each category belongs to a different gross weight varying from 55,000 pounds to 75,000 pounds. The form 2290 payment also varies for each weight category. Therefore, truckers should estimate the total gross weight of their heavy vehicles and pay the tax dues accordingly.
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Hurry Up, Truckers! Today is the last date to file your form 2290 HVUT to the IRS for this tax period, 2022-2023. You must report your form 2290 HVUT returns for this tax period today to avoid any actions from the IRS for not reporting your truck taxes on time. As the last date is today, you don’t have to waste time looking to paper file your tax returns. E-file form 2290 online at TaxExcise.com right now and get the instant IRS schedule 1 copy directly to your registered email ID. You can then print it and use it as proof of form 2290 tax payment. Schedule 1 copy is mandatory to operate your heavy vehicles on public highways. If not, you will run into problems with the concerned authorities. Also, schedule 1 copy is essential for your vehicle’s registration, license renewals, insurance, etc.
A gentle reminder to all truckers! August 31, 2022 (tomorrow) is the last date to report your form 2290 truck taxes to the IRS for the ongoing tax season, 2022-2023. You must e-file form 2290 HVUT today at TaxExcise.com to avoid any last-minute tension and immediately get the schedule 1 copy to your registered email ID. IRS is very strict about tax deadlines. They will charge hefty penalties, late fees, and interest on your tax dues if you fail to submit your form 2290 truck tax returns and pay them by the deadline. So, consider this message as a humble request from TaxExcise.com to e-file form 2290 now and stay away from the deadlines.