Here at 2290tax.com we provide "e-filing" services, and we strive to do this in the most efficient manner possible. Upon electing to use our services, and submitting your Form 2290 we will transmit your information electronically to the IRS. We cannot guarantee that the IRS will accept your return. Nor can we guarantee the data you enter into the website will be accurate or complete. The website is designed to be easy to use, process the data for you and eliminate common mistakes by conforming the data to the IRS Standards. Should the IRS return your 2290 to us, we will notify you within your account and by email, about when it was returned and why it was rejected so that you can resubmit whenever you are able. We will also attempt to contact you via phone to help you resolve the rejection.
Information We Collect:
In order to e-file your 2290, you will need to give us certain private information, such as your Employer Identification Number, applicable vehicle information and contact information (address, email and phone number). We will only ever share this information with the IRS to e-file your return to the best of our ability or to comply with law enforcement agencies. It will never otherwise be sold, traded or rented to any other company or entity.
We will only e-file your 2290 with your consent and payment. Credit Card numbers are not processed within our office but instead through our Merchant Account at Authorize.net.
The Way We Use the Information:
We will use your information to prepare your 2290 and then submit it to the IRS. We may also use your contact information to contact you should a problem with your 2290 arise or to inform you of a change in the services we offer or to otherwise contact you specifically and only regarding your account with us.
We also may use email distribution services to contact you regarding tax form deadlines, to provide promo codes, or notify you of new products we have to offer you, or to request a review of the service we provided. You may always unsubscribe from these notices by clicking the unsubscribe link in the email, or simply replying to the email and asking to be removed from the list.
The Way We Manage the Information:
We manage your information in a few different ways. We will send your completed 2290 to the IRS and retrieve your Schedule 1. We will process your credit card information for payment for services. We will comply as required by law with any law enforcement agencies, judicial proceedings or other legal processes. We will NOT however, sell, trade or rent any of your personal information for promotional purposes ever.
Web Site Security:
To prevent unauthorized access, maintain data accuracy, and insure the correct use of information within our office, we have put in place appropriate physical, electronic, and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure your personal and financial information. Should you have any questions or concerns about these privacy policies, please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and a response will be returned as soon as possible. If you need immediate attention, please call us at 909-596-0050. The information accessible through your online account is protected by your own password and is therefore your responsibility. We will not be held responsible for any misuse, negligent use, or fraudulent use of your account. This website is also a secure website and employs an encryption level as required by the IRS when transferring your data. DigiCert is the company www.DigiCert.com is their website and our site is protected by 256-Bit Secure Socket Layer Encryption.
We will email you for a few specific reasons but we will never sell, trade or rent your email address.
We will email to notify you of the status of your account, i.e. any problems, or the return of your Schedule 1. We may also email you to inform you directly of a change in our services or of upcoming deadlines relating to other road tax issues.
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