Monthly Archives: June 2018

Truck Tax Form 2290 electronic filing and 10% discount on e-file fee

If you’re a trucker with a heavy motor vehicle that has a taxable gross weight of 55,000 pounds or more, you are required to report and pay HVUT Form 2290 to get a stamped copy of your Schedule 1. You must file for any taxable highway motor vehicles that are required to be registered in your name under state, District of Columbia, Canadian, or Mexican law at the time of its first use during the tax period.

You must e-file your Form 2290 if you are filing for 25 or more motor vehicles, but IRS encourage e-filing for anyone required to file Form 2290 and who wants to receive quick delivery of their watermarked Schedule 1. With e-file, you’ll get it almost immediately after IRS accepts your e-filed Form 2290. Continue reading

June 15 tax filing deadline approaches for taxpayers living and working abroad; Check withholding for 2018

From IRS Issue ( Issue Number: IR-2018-135) about June 15 Deadline for those who were away/out of the country during the April 15th deadline. More information on the tax rules that apply to U.S. citizens and resident aliens living abroad can be found in Publication 54, 

IRS reminds taxpayers who are living and working outside the United States that the deadline to file their 2017 federal income tax return is Friday, June 15. The special deadline is available to both U.S. citizens and resident aliens abroad, including those with dual citizenship. An extension of time is available for those who cannot meet the June 15 deadline.


The Internal Revenue Service today reminded taxpayers living and working out of the country that they must file their 2017 federal income tax return by Friday, June 15.

The special June 15 deadline is available to both U.S. citizens and resident aliens abroad, including those with dual citizenship. An extension of time is available for those who cannot meet it.  

Some key points to keep in mind:  Continue reading

E-file Form 2290 with FLAT 10% OFF for IOS Users!

An iPod, a phone, an internet mobile communicator… these are NOT three separate devices! And we are calling it iPhone! Today Apple is going to reinvent the phone. And here it isSteve Jobs

Mobile Phones have become an Integral part of our day today lives. Right from phone calls to banking transactions our generation relies on mobile phones, it’s hard to find anyone without a mobile phone these days. For few professions it is close to impossible to operate without a mobile phone, one of the Most Important profession that needs a Mobile with Internet Connection every minute is trucking.

Mobile phone can be of many use for Truckers who are mostly on the Road, away from their family and friends. www.Tax2290.com / www.TaxExcise.com – Products of ThinkTrade Inc., Pioneers in E-filing Heavy Vehicle Use Tax Form 2290, has added one more important feature to your iPhone by launching a Mobile Application to E-file Form 2290 on the go. NOW you can Electronically File Your HVUT Form 2290 through your IOS Mobiles no need for a computer at all. Continue reading

We’re Ready With 2290 Pre-Filing for 2018 – 2019 Tax Season

That time of the year, we’re ready with the Prefiling 2290 option exclusively for you. We do have the discount offer this year as like previous years, exclusive offer can be availed using the code “PREFILE2018” before it’s validity (June 15th).

Why Pre-File 2290?

Pre-file 2290 is to prepare and report your HVUT taxes ahead of the schedule. The new tax season starts from July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019; and all the 2290s falls due irrespective of your earlier filings. Instead of waiting till July to prepare your 2290s we go ahead of the schedule and open our website to file 2290 for the tax year 2018 – 19 in advance.  Continue reading

Should we promote same-gender training policies?

Imagine you are a 24-year-old female who decides to become a professional driver.  You attend a truck driving school during the day for three to six weeks.  You proudly display your newly earned commercial driver’s license to the recruiter, who promises you a great job with new equipment and a friendly dispatcher.

You then learn that you need to go out on the road with a trainer, a 58-year-old man with whom you will be sharing the cab of a truck, including the bunk area, for the coming weeks. Regardless of his clean record, his paternal demeanor or his soft smile, the thought of sharing a small space with a stranger of the opposite sex could be terrifying. Continue reading