You're not alone.
For truckers, trucking fleet operators, long-distance drivers, and business owners; tax form 2290 is a yearly headache. There are specific requirements, and tight deadlines. And yet, not filing or filing wrong can result in fines, or even business license suspensions.
That's why, at 2290 Trucking, we've got you covered. You can fill out your accurate, worry-free tax form 2290, get your stamped schedule 1, and check this off your to-do list. Just like that.
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Truckers, drivers, and business owners all across the United States use 2290 Trucking to file their annual forms. Now, you can too. Ready to check this one off your to-do list?
Still wondering? Here are some of the questions we hear most frequently. Don't see yours on the list? Give us a shout - we're here for you.
Essentially, tax form 2290 is a Federal Excise Tax imposed on vehicles - with a gross weight of 55,000 pounds or more - operating in public highways.
Not filing means you will be charged 4.5% of the total tax due. That penalty rate will increase monthly for up to 5 months. The IRS also charges monthly interest.
You must file tax form 2290 if you own or you operate a heavy vehicle with a gross weight of 55,000 pounds or more. If you have a truck you use for 5,000 miles or less - 7,500 for farm trucks - you are required to file a return, but you won't need to pay the tax.
If you have your information available, it will only take a few minutes. Really.
The stamped Schedule 1 is proof that your 2290 return has been e-filed with the IRS and approved.
Form 2290 must be filed for the month the heavy vehicle is first used on public highways during the current tax period.
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