On the Occasion of Columbus Day, when the nation celebrates the arrival of Christopher Columbus to the Americas on October 12, 1492, we at TaxExcise.com would like to convey our wishes to all our Clients & Customer, who have supported us to grow this big. With the support of every single Tax Payer who have used Taxexcise.com and its line of products to E-file their Taxes has helped us to grow the same way as America grew to become the United States of America.
The United States of America has grown to become a super power from the day it was discovered by Christopher Columbus, like wise TaxExcise.com has developed, added and started to support E-filing of several Tax forms since its origin in 2007. Below are the Tax Forms that are supported by Think Trade Inc, under the domain name www.Taxexcise.com . Continue reading TaxExcise.com Wishes you all a very Happy Columbus Day!
On the racing journey of life, most of us forget small things which include the money owed to us by someone. The reason behind this can be several, but the main reason is ignorance, Lack of adequate knowledge to know and remember that someone owes us our hard earned money.
The robotic life lead by Truckers and folks in trucking industry makes them forget to take their credit from the IRS on the Taxes they paid on their Heavy Vehicles. One such example is, Truckers pay their HVUT every year on their vehicles that has gross weight of 55,000 pounds and above assuming that the vehicle will run 5000 miles or more in the tax year. Taxes can be a maximum of $550.00 on a truck.
Our predictions go wrong most of the times. Assume if the Truck did not run the 5000 miles on a given Tax year, then what happens? The answer is IRS owes you the Tax that you paid on the vehicle. Millions of people file thousands of tax forms to the IRS, so it’s almost impossible to expect the IRS to remember what they owe to the Taxpayers. This doesn’t mean that you have to forget the money the IRS owes you. It’s your right to claim it.
One has to file a Form 8849 Schedule 6 to claim a credit on the Taxes paid to the IRS on a Heavy Highway Used Vehicle. There are three categories on which a claim can be made on this tax Form. Over paid credits, filing tax form 2290 twice on a vehicle for the same tax year. Sold or Destroyed or stolen credits, vehicles that are sold, destroyed or stolen between the tax year on which HVUT has been paid. Low mileage credit, any vehicle that did not run the 5000 miles in a Tax Year qualifies for a refund.
Filing Form 8849 Schedule 6 can be a tedious process; however it has been simplified by the introduction of Electronic Filing of Tax returns. Form 8849 can be filed online within minutes and also gets accepted by the IRS for processing immediately. This is not the only benefit of E-filing 8849 schedule 6; any return that’s filed electronically gets refunded three times faster than the return filed by paper.
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Greetings! You have landed at the right place in case you have been wondering why everyone’s talking laurels about e-filing over paper for long now. Obviously, you go green immediately, without wasting paper products of our beloved little left trees. The ability to file your tax returns round the clock throughout the week right at your desk at home makes life very comfortable and easy. The speed of the entire tax return process dramatically increases with e-filing over paper due to advanced internet capabilities thus saving you money and energy worked out on postage/fax/courier/delivery charges, which of course can be used over a million other valuables. Continue reading Why e-file Form 2290 and not paper file?
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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Welcome back to our blog filers. We hope and wish you are pink of health. Today, we are going to talk about the Form 8849, an application for claims and refunds of Excise Tax. As each schedule holds upon its own value and significance, we would divide the blog into two parts and discuss each schedule in detail for better understanding.
Before any delay, we are hitting the topic. Continue reading Deal With The Schedules Of Form 8849- Part-I