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2290Tax Important Tax Dates: Calendar

July 30, 2015

Failure to submit and pay your 2290 tax form in a timely manner can lead to financial penalties imposed by the IRS. Unfortunately, because we’re talking taxes here, when you have to submit or suspend 2290 forms can sometimes get complicated. Here’s a quick breakdown of important dates you need to know. The 2290 tax year runs from July 1st of one year to June … Read More »



Apply for an EIN online for Free. Seriously.

July 30, 2015

Written by Yesenia Carrillo  Applying for your employer identification number (Tax ID) online is a free application if you go to the right place. We’ve have found that some of our customers are being charged a fee when they apply for their EIN online. This fee is as high as $257 or more if an expedited service is requested. Along with the fee it takes … Read More »



Replacing a Lost Stamped Schedule 1

July 26, 2015

What do you do if you lose your Stamped Schedule 1? 2290Tax can help. Read our guide here. Mistakes happen, and sometimes a Stamped Schedule 1 form goes missing. This is important, of course, as the document is proof you paid your 2290 tax. Not so long ago, a missing Schedule 1 was cause for concern. Today, with e-filing, you can retrieve the document with … Read More »



Trucking Industry Recruiting Women as Driver Shortage Continues

July 19, 2015

Women have been driving trucks for decades, although the industry is definitely male-dominated. Slightly more than five percent of the trucking workforce are women, but that’s changing. The current shortfall of drivers nationwide has trucking companies recruiting women as drivers. At present the industry is short about 35,000 to 40,000 drivers, with the shortfall expected to increase significantly over the next decade. Trucking companies are … Read More »



IRP Issues Exemptions for State of Kentucky

July 14, 2015

Written by Yesenia Carrillo  Due to extreme weather IRP has issued emergency exemptions in the state of Kentucky. Exemptions include: Relief from the hours of service for utility response vehicles Utility response vehicles will not be required to stop at weigh stations Utility response vehicles and their operators are exempt from the hours of service Utility vehicles providing relief will be exempt of any permit … Read More »