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Should You File For Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax Return?

July 10, 2013

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. Which Vehicles Fall Under this Tax Type A self-propelled motor vehicle that carries heavy loads over public highways falls under this tax type. Some examples are buses, tractors and trucks. If … Read More »



VIN Correction For Your Convenience

July 9, 2013

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. No Need to Worry If there is a mistake, don’t worry. After all, making a correction … Read More »



The Highway Trust Fund: Where my E-Form 2290 Taxes Go

July 2, 2013

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 … Read More »



What Exactly is the IRS Form 2290?

June 20, 2013

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, … Read More »



The 2013/2014 Form 2290 is Here

June 12, 2013

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 … Read More »