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Benefits of E-filing Federal Excise Tax Form 720 at TaxExcise.com!

Dear taxpayers! The last date to file your quarterly federal excise tax reports using form 720 for the third quarter of this tax year is October 31, 2022. Therefore, you must report form 720 before the deadline to stay away from penalties and late charges. And e-filing form 720 at TaxExcise.com to report your federal excise taxes is the best way to file them to the IRS before the deadline. Let’s look into the advantages of e-filing form 720 in TaxExcise.com,

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Use the exciting offer and save big on your form 2290 e-filing today!

Hey there, truckers and truck taxpayers! We are going through this year’s tax period, TY 2022-2023. As per the IRS regulations, truckers should report and pay the truck taxes using form 2290 in advance during the beginning of every tax season. Usually, a tax season starts at the beginning of July and lasts till the end of next June. This year’s tax season began on July 2022, and the truckers are actively filing their form 2290 and reporting the truck taxes to the IRS. The last date to file the form 2290 HVUT returns and pay the tax dues to the IRS is August 31, 2022. Therefore, TaxExcise.com requests the truckers who have not yet reported the form 2290 HVUT to e-file form 2290 online at TaxExcise.com and get the instant schedule 1 copy to stay ahead of the deadline.

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Tax Time Guide: Electronic tax payment and agreement options available to taxpayers who owe

The Internal Revenue Service on March 22, 2022 through the Issue Number: IR-2022-63 reminded taxpayers who have a tax bill that there are several ways to make payments, and there are options for many people who can’t pay their tax bill in full by April tax deadline.

The deadline to submit 2021 tax returns or an extension to file and pay tax owed this year falls on April 18, instead of April 15, because of the Emancipation Day holiday in the District of Columbia. Taxpayers in Maine or Massachusetts have until April 19, 2022, to file their returns due to the Patriots’ Day holiday in those states. Some taxpayers who were victims of a natural disaster have even longer to file their returns.

April 18, 2022 is also the deadline for Extension Taxfilers, the IRS grants 6-months of automatic extension of time. C-Corps and Personal Taxfilers have to report Form 7004 and Form 4868 to receive the extension of time to report the tax returns. At https://ExtensionTax.com we support electronic filing for all the Federal Extension Tax returns. 

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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

Reasons to E-file Your Excise Tax Return with TaxExcise.com

You are still in Stone Age if you are still paper filing your Excise Tax returns. More than 80 percent of the taxpayers file their taxes electronically. The IRS has processed more billion’s tax returns safely and securely since 1990, the Official beginning of Efiling ERA. Very few still stick with paper filing

Below are the important reasons to switch to Efiling:

  • Trust Technology for Accuracy: For simple calculations we use our mobile phones or calculators these days, for accurate tax calculations it’s always recommended to Efile your tax returns. IRS will reject your Tax return or your claim for simplest of calculation mistake, which can happen mostly when you try to Paper file your Tax return.
  • Safety First:  E-file service provider like TaxExcise.com follows strict guidelines to provide the best in             encryption technology. When logged in to TaxExcise.com you will be in a “secure session” that is established with Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and verified by COMODO’s Global Site Certificate Technology. While           connected with SSL, every transmission between your computer and our websites are encrypted with 128-bit (strong) encryption.
  • Response at the drop of a hat. You receive instant acknowledgement from the IRS on a tax return that is E-filed through TaxExcise.com. If the IRS rejects your tax return, you will receive an instant notification and you can quickly correct the return and resubmit it. An e-filed claim means a three times faster refund             compared to paper return.
  • Various options to pay-off: While e-filing one can enjoy different payment options like EFW Electronic Funds Withdrawal from the bank account, EFTPS Electronic Federal Tax Payment System or can even opt to the traditional check or money order option.

All the above mentioned points about E-filing can be summed up to one word “SIMPLE”.

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