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Changes to the 2015/2016 Form 2290

June 24, 2015

Writtten by Casey Bullard This year the Form 2290 is going through two big changes with the way they collect information for Credits on vehicles that are sold during the tax year. First there is something the seller must do, and second something the buyer must do. The Seller If you want to claim a credit for a vehicle you sold, the IRS now wants … Read More »



The Long Road Ahead

June 17, 2015

Are you thinking about becoming a trucker? Does the driving lifestyle and competitive wages appeal to your career interests? Look no further- we’ve organized a step-by-step list on how to obtain the specific permits required for interstate transportation, tax documentation for fuel and mile usage, and other legal regulations required for heavy truck drivers. Since the government heavily regulates the roads, there are various registrations … Read More »



Why e-File?

June 13, 2015

It’s a question we’re often asked at 2290Tax.com. Why bother e-filing your 2290 IRS form? On the surface, e-filing sounds more complicated than submitting your 2290 the traditional way. We started 2290Tax.com because we believe truckers should be on the road, not wasting their time and money standing in lines at the IRS or waiting for their Stamped Schedule 1 to turn up in the … Read More »



E-File is Simple!

June 11, 2015

Written by Yesenia Carrillo What do you need to e-file? You just need a couple of things to get started. 1. Valid Email Address 2. EIN (Employer Identification Number) also known as a Tax ID Number (Taxpayer Identification Number) 3. VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) of your trucks Now that you have these ready let’s get registered. Click Here



Your Truck and “Date of First Use”

June 9, 2015

Written by Casey Jenkins  I’m not using my truck – do I still file a 2290? Form 2290 is a USE tax, not an OWNERSHIP tax. That means if you’re not using your truck you don’t file a 2290 for that truck. But it gets tricky, you need to be careful of two things. First, you want to be sure you have the correct “Date … Read More »