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Are you Ready for the New Year?

January 8, 2014

Written by Casey Jenkins 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… Are you ready?? If you are registered IRP, you may have need some of the following state … Read More »

IRS Computer Basics

December 18, 2013

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 … Read More »

E-Tax: Making Things Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy

August 12, 2013

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 … Read More »

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 »