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What is 2290

What is 2290

Why should we file it?

Form 2290 Heavy vehicle Truck tax filed for any trucks which are driven in United States Free way. This is filed yearly once for a Truck from July 1st before August 31st. Any sold truck needs to file 2290 by the new owners. Any New Purchased truck needs to file withing 30 days or by the end of the month purchased. Any sold / Destroyed can file form 8849 and get the refund.If a truck doesn't files between July 1st - August 31st or within the month of purchase they are liable for penalties. www.simpleform2290.com helps you to e-file form 2290 at affordable cost.

SIMPLE 3 STEPS

File Your Form 2290

Form 2290 is used to figure and pay the tax due on highway motor vehicles for any taxable period with a taxable gross weight of 55,000 pounds or more.It is much simpler and easier to file your 2290 through an IRS-approved software provider.3 simple steps to file your form 2290 safe and secure online

  • 01
    Step One

    Gather the list of Resources you need to E-file Form 2290 (Employer Identification Number(EIN), Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), Taxable Gross Weight of the Vehicle). Remember you cannot use Your Social Security Number

  • 02
    Step Two

    Choose an Authorized Form 2290 E-file Provider
    www.simpleform2290.com

  • 03
    Step Three

    Choose your payment method   (Credit or Debit Card, Electronic Funds withdrawal, Electronic Federal Tax Payment System - EFTPS) and Pay

Finally you will receive your stamped Schedule 1 from
www.simpleform2290.com via email after IRS accepts your Form 2290.

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IRS Form 2290 Due Date

If you've got trucks with a gross weight of 55,000 pounds or greater and used on public highways then IRS Form 2290 for HVUT ought to be filed each year before August 31st. Read More

Form 8849 Schedule 6

Claim a refund of the excise tax that you overpaid by a mistake to the IRS. Claim credit on tax paid on vehicles that were sold, stolen or destroyed. Read More

4 Reasons to E-file Form 2290 with us

simpleform2290.com is an IRS authorized e-file provider and makes e-filing your form 2290 taxes more simple than ever before. Read More

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Frequently Asked Questions

From the United States call: 866-699-4096 (toll free) From Canada or Mexico call: 859-669-5733 (not toll free)

Yes, the amended month can be the same as the month the vehicle was first used but not earlier than the month of first use.

The month in which is the Taxable Gross Weight or Mileage Use limit was exceeded

The Taxable Gross Weight of a vehicle is the sum of:- 1. Actual unloaded weight of the vehicle fully equipped for service, 2. Actual unloaded weight of any trailers or semi-trailers fully equipped for service customarily used in combination with the vehicle, 3. Weight of the maximum load customarily carried on the vehicle and on any trailers or semi-trailers customarily used in combination with the vehicle. Taxable Gross Weight = 1 + 2 + 3

The Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is a unique 17 digit number containing alphanumeric characters. It can be found on /the/or Title and Registration certificate; or the Actual Vehicle.