Attention truckers! It’s time to report Form 2290 HVUT for your April used heavy vehicles. The IRS charges Form 2290 truck taxes on a pro-rated basis for newly purchased or vehicles first used away from the tax season time. Generally, a tax season starts in July, and truckers must report their truck taxes for the entire tax year during July and August. Therefore, for any vehicle used any other month apart from July, truckers must report form 2290 truck taxes on a partial period basis based on the vehicle’s first used month and get the valid Schedule 1 copy from the IRS. Truckers must report the pro-rated form 2290 returns within May 31, 2023, and get the schedule 1 copy for their April 2023 purchased or used heavy vehicles.
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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.
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Hello, Truckers! Trucking is one of the biggest businesses in America; truckers are practically risking everything to move everything around the country from place to place. We should appreciate all the wonderful truckers out there and celebrate their contributions to our society. Many truckers spend so much time away from their families to provide this timely trucking service, and we at TaxExcise.com want to honor their service in the event of Father’s Day. Therefore, we are giving out a special discount on form 2290 pre-filing for the upcoming tax year. Form 2290 pre-filing for the next tax season, TY 2022-2023, is actively happening on TaxExcise.com. So, use this opportunity and pre-file form 2290 online at TaxExcise.com. Continue reading Let’s celebrate this Father’s Day with a special discount for your form 2290 pre-filing! →
Hello, Truckers! The next season for this year is right around the corner, and you should report form 2290 HVUT to the IRS once the tax season begins in July 2022. You must pay the tax dues in full for the entire tax season, TY 2022-2023, and get the schedule 1 copy within August 31, 2022, to smoothly continue your trucking operations on the public highways. But the catch is IRS will get very crowded during the beginning of the tax season in July because all the truckers and trucking taxpayers are reporting their form 2290 for the tax period. IRS made form 2290 e-filing mandatory for all truckers with 25 or more vehicles in their fleet. Form 2290 e-filing is a simple, effective, and complete automatic process which takes less turnout time than the conventional paper filing method. Even the online filing method will consume some time at the beginning of tax season because IRS will process the online tax reports and approve them for schedule 1 copies for all the tax returns. Continue reading Pre-file Form 2290 for the upcoming tax season, TY 2022-2023, now! →