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Know Your 2290 e-File Provider

July 16, 2012

In today’s digital age, it’s nearly impossible to find a U.S. based company that doesn’t outsource its support center overseas. But if it’s important for you to find a U.S. based 2290 e-file provider for your tax filing, you’ve come to the right place. This isn’t eBay or Amazon – this is trucking and those of us in the business understand the importance of “shaking … Read More »

2012/2013 Form 2290 Due Date

July 3, 2012

Calls have been poring in with one simple question. When will the 2012/2013 Form 2290 be due? Do you want some good news?? The Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax is back on track! There will be no delay this year. The 2012/2013 IRS Form 2290 will be due between July 1st and August 31st. Even better then an on time tax filing season, is that … Read More »

Trust us – a fast 2290 isn’t always better

May 23, 2012

Every single day, I take a call that goes a little something like this: Caller: How long does it take to get my 2290? Me: It’s pretty fast! Most of our customers take about an hour or two from start to finish. Caller: But I need it right now!! And that other website said they could do it in minutes! Me: Do those minutes include … Read More »

How to Spot an All American IRS 2290 Tax Provider

May 15, 2012

Did you think that just because a company is an IRS 2290 tax provider approved to e-file your HVUT form that they are located in the good old U.S.A? How can you find out where your IRS 2290 Tax e-file provider is located? And how can you keep your business and taxpayer information from going off shore? When the federal government began to nudge truckers … Read More »

Form 2290 Heavy Use Tax Postponed

July 15, 2011

Under current law, Form 2290 Heavy Use Tax filing ends after September 30, 2011. The IRS has issued a temporary regulation that postpones to November 30, 2011 the due date to file Form 2290 Heavy Use Tax for the period beginning July 1, 2011 for vehicles used during the months of July, August, and September, 2011. Although the IRS will not provide a receipted Schedule … Read More »