Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Truckers: The Heavy Vehicle Use Tax Form 2290 is Due Soon!

If you own and operate a heavy use vehicle, you’re running out of time to file this year’s Form 2290!

Form 2290 and Schedule 1
Truck drivers and owner-operators who have vehicles with a taxable gross weight of 55,000 pounds or more are required to file Form 2290, the Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax (HVUT) Return each year by August 31st. This includes any and all taxable highway motor vehicles that are registered (or required to be registered) under state, federal, Canadian, or Mexican law.

Filing Form 2290 is the only way to get the IRS’s stamp of approval on the Schedule 1 each driver or owner-operator is supposed to have for each vehicle. A stamped Schedule 1 is basically the driver or owner’s receipt for the vehicle’s tax payment and is needed for the vehicle to continue operating for the year.

Where to E-file Fast
If you or someone you know still needs to file Form 2290, it’s not too late. In fact, it just so happens we know of a place where you can get in done in under five minutes: ExpressTruckTax! You may notice from the similar name that ExpressTruckTax is indeed a sister product of ExpressIRSForms, so you know you can trust their program’s user friendliness and customer support.

When you e-file Form 2290 with ExpressTruckTax, they guarantee you’ll get your stamped Schedule 1 back the same day you file, sometimes within 15 minutes! Of course, it really all depends on IRS filing volumes at the time you file, but since you’ll be e-filing with an IRS-authorized provider, your Form 2290 will be given top priority. You can also pay any taxes you currently owe from your ExpressTruckTax account, so it really is a one-stop-shop for your HVUT filing!

If you’re really on the go until August 31st, you can download the free ExpressTruckTax app and e-file your Form 2290 from anywhere with a cell signal!

However you file, you can learn more at www.ExpressTruckTax.com! And if you have any questions, the friendly, US-based TruckTax support team is happy to help in English and Spanish by phone, live chat, or email.

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