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IRS Form 2290 is due by the last day of the month following the month the vehicle
was first used on public highways in a tax year/period (usually between July 1st
through June 30th). If you place an additional taxable truck on the road during
any month other than July that was registered in your name, you are liable for the
Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax (Form 2290) on it, prorated for the months during
which it was in service. You can very well claim credits on a Traded/Transferred
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E-file Form 2290.
You must e-file your Truck Tax Form 2290 if you are filing for 25 or more vehicles,
however IRS encourages e-filing for anyone required to file Form 2290. With e-file,
you’ll get it almost immediately once IRS accepts your 2290s.
Remember this while your e-file 2290 returns.
Anyone who registers a heavy highway motor vehicle in their name with a taxable
gross weight of 55,000 pounds or more must file Form 2290 Heavy Highway Vehicle
Use Tax Return irrespective of your mileage use limit. While you file it electronically
you need to have;
Employer Identification Number: You cannot use your Social Security
number. If you don’t already have an EIN, apply now; it will take about two weeks for your new EIN
to be established in IRS systems. Taxable Gross Weight of the vehicle,
and Vehicle Identification Number (VIN#)
You may choose to Pay your 2290 Dues through Electronic funds withdrawal (EFW);
authorize a direct debit as part of the e-file process or use Electronic Federal
Tax Payment System (EFTPS); requires advanced enrollment.