Do you have an IFTA license and sticker? Did you get your new credentials in the mail yet? If not, the grace period is quickly coming to an end.
There is a two months grace period to display your new sticker, and get the new license in the truck. That means you have until the end of February to get up to date.
This grace period is only good for people who have applied for the New Year and are up to date on last year. If you have not yet filed and paid for 3rd Quarter 2013 this grace period does not apply to you.
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Last week we talked about how busy the New Year can be. There are permits to renew, licenses to get and every kind and color of sticker that needs to go on the truck door. This week we’re following up and talking briefly about the record keeping requirements.
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The New Year means all kinds of new things. Often the New Year is busier for truckers than anybody else. There are all kinds of permits to renew. There are licenses to renew. There are taxes to file and pay. The list never ends…
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We get tons of Form 2290 questions about how the IRS works and how e-file works. The short answer is that, “it’s complicated.” The long answer is that the IRS has such a big job to do that they need more than one type of computer to get everything done. Below is a simple explanation of just the basics. We’ll only talk about two of the IRS computer systems, and call them Computer A and Computer B.
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It is the beginning of August, the sun feels like it’s shining brighter than it ever has before, and all I can think about is how good an ice cold glass of lemonade would taste right now. That glass of lemonade would taste even more refreshing if I were a truck driver who worked outside in this heat all day. But it’s that time of the year where the lemonade has to wait and all owner/operators of trucks need to file those Form 2290’s. Thankfully, e-Tax exists to make filing quick and easy. This results fewer fines and penalties. Fewer fines and penalties mean you can buy more lemonade, among other things…
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Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax Return (Form 2290) is for heavy motor vehicle owners who operate on public highways. If your vehicle’s taxable weight is 55,000 lbs. or more, you should file Form 2290.
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Mistakes happen all the time with vehicle identification numbers (VIN). After all, there are up to 17 characters you need to get right. It’s also easy to make mistakes if you’re in a hurry. Fortunately, correcting wrong VIN numbers is easy and it’s part of the services we offer.
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A Message from Molly
As I was doing my research of all things E-Form 2290, I knew it would take a lot of work. When reading about the Highway Trust Fund, I wondered, “Does the person who wrote this even understand what it all means?!” It’s crazy complicated, but have no fear! You have me to help you through it! I have researched and sorted through all the mumbo jumbo and will be discussing only what you need to know about the Highway Trust Fund.
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As if the IRS doesn’t require enough taxes, here’s another one, the IRS Form 2290! The IRS and your tag office both say you have to file the IRS Form 2290 and pay the IRS 2290 Tax. Even WE say you have to file the Form 2290, and pay the IRS 2290 Tax. But have you ever just stopped and thought to yourself and said, “Self, what exactly is the Form 2290? And where do my IRS 2290 Tax dollars go?!!” I am here to help answer that!
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The 2013/2014 Form 2290 is ready to e-file now! You can prefile, and get one more thing off your to-do list. We will email you the Stamped Schedule 1 the moment it’s issued by the IRS.
This year electronic and paper forms are both on track and on time, but there is one tricky thing to keep track of. How you file (on paper or electronic) will effect your due date.
Electronic (also known as e-filed) forms and taxes will be due Tuesday September 3rd, 2013.
Paper forms and taxes must be postmarked Saturday August 31st, 2013.
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