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!
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 report?“
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 Tax Liability).
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 of March.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
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With a wink of an eye, the tax season will be here. And even before we knew, the pre filing season has already dropped into our calendars. With the HVUT pre filing season approached, we found out that more and more taxpayers are swinging with questions about what to do and how to even pre file in the first place. And that’s what we are here for!
We are going to talk about the 5 tips that will help you in pre filing form 2290 this renewal season 2015-16.
- Get Your EIN At The Earliest:
Since the pre filing season has already dropped in, we advice our taxpayers get their EIN at the earliest. It is the most important document of your tax filing, and takes almost 10 days of time for the IRS to activate your number, and only then, you can efile your tax return. Since pre filing has already started and would last till the end of June, make haste and get your EIN!
Only after your EIN is processed, you will know the exact business name associated with your EIN account, in order to file a tax return online with TaxExcise. However, if you have misplaced or forgotten the name associated with your EIN, you can call IRS EIN Hotline at 1.800.829.4933 to verify, and then keep it safe because it is imperative to your tax-filing success!
- Know Your Vehicles:
The next thing after EIN to obtain success with your filed tax return form 2290 for 2015-16, is to understand your vehicles. We are not talking about the weight and the first use date- even though you definitely need to know that as well- we are talking about understanding the type of vehicle.
There are four types of vehicles filed via form 2290, and it is important to understand your category to file, which would in return make a huge difference on your BANK ACCOUNT!
- Heavy Vehicles: A heavy vehicle is any other vehicle, weighing 55,000 lbs or more, that has driven over the 5,000-mile limit. For these vehicles, you file your Form 2290 as normal and pay your heavy vehicle use tax.
- Suspended Vehicles: These vehicles are any heavy vehicle or agricultural vehicle, which is driven under the mileage limit of 5,000 miles a year. For heavy vehicles, this limit is 5,000 and for agricultural vehicles, this limit is 7,500. You don’t have to file pay any tax to the IRS, however, you need to keep IRS informed about your suspension. And if your vehicle was filed as taxable vehicle and by the end of the year, it didn’t cross more than 5,000 miles, you are eligible for a refund.
- Agricultural Vehicle: When we talk about agricultural vehicles, they are any heavy vehicle used for farming or agriculture. These vehicles are limited to be driven up to 7,500 miles on public highways until they are no longer considered suspended, at which time, HVUT is due.
- Logging: Logging vehicles are those, which are used to transport forest materials within or from a foresting site or a vehicle, which moves forested materials from one site to another. With logging vehicles, companies and drivers alike are eligible to pay less tax for the tax year. So if you drive a logging truck, make sure you specify when you’re e-filing!
- Keep Accurate Records:
Besides your EIN and knowing your types of vehicles, keeping accurate records is the most important part of pre filing.
You are held responsible to maintain accurate trip logs, especially if your vehicle falls under the agricultural vehicle or as a suspended vehicle. You will need to prove to the IRS that you went under 7,500 and 5,000 miles, respectively, during the tax year. However, if you find yourself in need of some help to maintain your truck records, why don’t you try a hand with business management programs specially designed for transportation businesses?
- Rely on Our Tax Experts:
Filing your tax isn’t easy, but we can make it easy. When it comes down to it, we understand that you probably have lot of questions about how HVUT regulations. This is where the support legends come in for rescue!
At TaxExcise we have the best support team, handpicked and well trained in the industry. And they’re available all year long in order to make your tax experience that much easier. So if you find yourself juggling with unanswered questions, you can rely on our tax experts for assistance. Because we understand that tax questions never take a break, so neither should we!
- Choose Pre Filing And Don’t Forget The Coupon Code:
Continue to stay ahead of the game with TaxExcise.com! If you find yourself with questions, comments, or concerns, we’re here for you with 24/7 support in English! So give us a call during the business hours at 1-866-245-3918, or send us an email at email@example.com anytime, day or night!
Happy pre filing, Truckers!