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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We at TaxExcise at this time of a global crisis do understand your needs,
and wouldn’t want you to miss out on the upcoming deadlines. The clock is
ticking, as businesses are closed your work is piling up, that strict timeline
is looming over your head and it’s seemingly more and more unlikely that you
will meet the deadline. Even though the deadline for a considerable number of
forms and payments have been postponed, there are still a handful of tax forms
that have not been extended by the IRS and Form 2290, Form 720 and IFTA are
namely a few.
Form720 is filed every quarter to report taxes imposed on the manufacture, sale or
use of certain type of goods and products, the deadline to have this reported
for the 1st quarter of 2020 is April 30.
Due to the current situation with the lockdown still in effect, the most
common question we had come across is “Do we still need to file form 720 if we do not have any excise tax to
The answer is “Yes”, though you
have not made any sale that includes Excise tax you will still need to file
form 720 by reporting a Zero Return (Zero
Form2290 needs no introduction, as most truckers are
already aware that this form needs to be completed when a vehicle is first used
or placed into service during a tax year. The April 30th deadline is
for trucks that started operations and were first used anytime during the month
Preparing your IFTA tax report
is fast, easy and more convenient when done online. Prepare your report for the
First Quarter of 2020 before the April 30th deadline.
This April deadline happens to be the one that always stands out as it
revolves around 3 tax forms that serve a different purpose. You can always
depend on our E-file services that is currently open and processing returns
online. Though the IRS offices are not operational, their E-file services are
online and tax returns are currently being processed with a turn-around time of
a few minutes.
Due to the COVID-19 Outbreak we at www.TaxExcise.com have initiated a contingency and business continuity plan to ensure that all our resources are at your assistance. If you have any questions or need any help in completing federal tax returns feel free to call our Help Desk @ 866-245-3918 or email us at email@example.com do also try out our Live Chat option available on the website. We’re available on all Business days between 9:00 am to 6:00pm Central Time.