As a fleet manager you may be responsible for a handful of trucks, or you may be tracking thousands of vehicles spread out across the nation. You might work with a dedicated company fleet, be responsible for monitoring truck status for owner operators under contract to your company, or, quite often, a combination of these possibilities.
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.
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 2 days to process their application.
Applying for an EIN online is free. SERIOUSLY!!!
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 just a few clicks and a trip to the printer.
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.
Due to extreme weather IRP has issued emergency exemptions in the state of Kentucky.
You have two options to file the 2290 Tax Form. You can paper file or e-file.
It’s that time of year again to pay your 2290 heavy vehicle use tax otherwise known as the HVUT.
The image on vigilantetrucker.com is disconcerting and heart-breaking: a stark black and white picture of two women in shackles, their faces hidden and their palms outstretched. Written on their palms is both a plea and a challenge: Do You See Me?