10 Genius Summer-time Hacks


Only 10 Days Left!  e-File Your Form 2290 Before it’s Too Late!

The deadline to e-file your Form 2290 is quickly approaching. e-file from your smart phone, tablet, or desktop computer today. Click here to get started – you’ll be done filing in minutes!

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No More Walk-Ins at IRS Offices

What Are Your Options?

The IRS recently changed its walk-in policy and you’ll now need an appointment if you’d like to visit your local IRS office to file your Form 2290. The IRS will be mailing out a post card to notify 2290 filers of this change soon. If it’s anything like previous post cards, it will recommend e-filing for those who need their Stamped Schedule 1 quickly.

But wait! There’s one more hang up. You must have an EIN to e-file, the IRS will reject a Social Security Number. The good news is that we’re here to help you.

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Pre-file the 2016-2017 HVUT Form 2290 Today!

You are a trucker and you need to get from point A to point B before you can pick up your next load. The last thing you need is to use up your spare time filing a tax form. At 2290Tax.com we make it our goal to facilitate the e-file process for you. 2290Tax offers easy filing and gets your stamped Schedule 1 within minutes.

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ELD Mandate: Industry Improvement or Infringement of Rights?

 

With the deadline of the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Mandate steadily approaching in December of 2017, much has been said on either side of this hot-button issue. What is intended to be an advancement for the trucking industry has created a divisiveness with strong proponents on either side.

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New California License Plate

License plates used in the 1960’s on California vehicles are making a come back. The California License Plate Program, which was introduced in 2012, offered the opportunity to purchase plates from the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s.

Each required of a minimum of 7,500 paying customers before January 1, 2015 to begin manufacturing these plates. Only the 1960’s plates made the cut and as of June 17, 2015 the DMV has been accepting orders for these specialty plates. For those who purchased 1950s and 1970s plates, were refunded in January and February 2015 for their orders.

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