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Time to File your 2nd Quarter IFTA & HVUT Form 2290!

We have almost reached the end of second Quarter for the Year 2018, which brings us close to the time when we have to prepare and report International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) Report for the Second quarter of 2018. Do we have all the required information to prepare this report?

What you need:

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Truckers we have a good news about reporting 2290s for 2018-19 tax season

TaxExcise.com is the most experienced online website for preparing and reporting the Heavy Vehicle Use Tax Form 2290 since 2007. This Federal Vehicle Use Tax usually falls due from July 1 and has to be reported by August 31 for all the heavy vehicles operated with 55,000 pounds or more. You must e-file your Form 2290 if you are filing for 25 or more vehicles, but we encourage e-filing for anyone required to file Form 2290 and who wants to receive quick delivery of their watermarked Schedule 1. With e-file, you’ll get it almost immediately after IRS accepts your e-filed Form 2290.

10% off for pre-filing your 2290 taxes 

On the account of  Fathers Day, we planned to give 10% OFF for all the Truckers out there who electronically files a 2290 truck tax return now for the tax year  2018 – 19. Pre-file is filing your 2290 returns in advance and ahead of the schedule, as this falls due from July 1st, you could have the IRS watermarked (stamped) Schedule-1 proof ready with you on the first day. Apply code “FATHERSDAY” and avail this 10% off on your efile fee.  Continue reading

Heavy Vehicle Use Tax Form 2290, PREFILE Today!

The heavy vehicle use tax form 2290, to report the highway heavy motor vehicle use taxes are about to due this July and the last day to complete paying  this HVUT taxes is August 31. This 2290 is a annual tax reported to the IRS on all heavy motor vehicles with taxable gross weight of 55,000 pounds or more operated on public highways. The mileage use limit for these heavy vehicles assigned at 5,000 miles and 7,500 for farm vehicles. You can claim an exemption on paying this HVUT taxes for vehicles operated well with-in this mileage use limit on public highways. Continue reading