Form 2290 Schedule 1 IRS Fax Number Request

A request of your stamped Schedule 1 from the IRS takes just a few steps. Be sure you have already filed Form 2290 and fully paid 2290 taxes. The IRS cannot send you copy of your stamped Schedule 1 if it has not been filed.

The IRS faxes your stamped Schedule 1 within three business days of receiving the fax request. Include a completed Schedule 1 for the correct tax year with all your VIN’s already listed on the form and have it signed by an officer of the company with your fax cover sheet.

IRS Fax Number Cover Sheet

For your convenience, a fax cover sheet containing the fax number is provided below.

Fax Cover Sheet

IRS Fax Number: 855-386-5124

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Common Errors for First Time e-File Users

On daily basis we are told by customers that they are new to trucking having just purchased their first truck and now they are being asked to file this 2290. They have no clue what is and what its for. All they want is to startworking but they need the 2290 first. With new beginnings there comes a time when you are confronted with having to get over some obstacles. Starting a new trucking business is no different. 2290Tax.com has compiled a list of common errors for first time e-File users that facilitate and ease some of the confusion when filing a Form 2290 for the first time.

 

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Trucker Dogs

Trucking is not for everyone because it is not only a job but it becomes part of your lifestyle. We all are aware of that or at least we should be. Only a certain few can sustain a career that involves spending weeks on the road away from home.

Trucker Dogs

That’s where trucker dogs come in. Trucker dogs can alleviate the strain that comes with spending so much time on the road. As with any other pet, trucker dogs are known to improve the overall physical and mental health of their owners.

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Employer Identification Number (EIN)

What is an EIN?

As defined by the IRS, EIN is an Employer Identification Number also known as a Federal Tax Identification Number. EIN is used to identify a business entity. You need an EIN if you are planning to file an electronic 2290 Tax return.

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