Monthly Archives: January 2019

IFTA Taxes are now Due for 4th Quarter of 2018

The 4th Quarter 2018, IFTA Fuel Use Tax falls due now and time to report it with the state authorities. The IFTA license offers several benefits to the interstate/inter-jurisdictional motor carrier. These benefits include one license, one set of decals, one quarterly fuel tax report that reflects the net tax or refund due. These advantages result in cost and time savings for the carrier and the member jurisdictions.

Prepare your State IFTA Fuel Use Tax returns in 3 simple steps, take a print out of it and file it today!. The accurate and fastest website to prepare the IFTA Fuel Use Tax returns online.

Support available all the way to walk-you through the tax preparation process… talk to us at 866 – 245 – 3918 or write to us at support@taxexcise.com. Happy Trucking!


IFTA Q4 Deadline

IRS confirms tax filing season to begin January 28

New Year’s is the perfect occasion to celebrate Love, friendships and all the good things in life. Let’s take the time to appreciate what Year-2018 has given us and what the new year 2019 is about to bring! A new year means new beginnings, new hope and time to work with the tax return preparation and reporting. We at ThinkTrade, Inc along with TaxExcise, ExtensionTax and Tax2290 wishing you and your family and friends a Happy New Beginning for 2019.

Here is the latest update from IRS about the filing season that is been confirm to start from Jan. 28th. However the IRS will begin accepting all business tax returns at 9 a.m. Eastern on January 8, 2019 which would include Federal Excise Tax Forms 2290, 8849 and 720. Infact the Federal Excise Taxes for 2018 4th Quarter is now due and Jan. 31 is the deadline, try reporting it online in an effortless and simplified website, TaxExcise.com Continue reading

Eight wishes for 2019 from Women In Trucking Association

This year, we’d like to share our hopes for the coming year with ten ways to support the Women In Trucking Association mission to increase the percentage of women employed in the trucking industry.

#1        More carriers will start monitoring their percentages of female drivers and will set targets to increase those levels.  They should hold recruiters, dispatchers, and everyone in management accountable for not only hiring more women, but retaining the ones they already have.  Ten years ago, carriers insisted they didn’t care about the age, gender or race of their drivers. Now more and more companies are understanding why we should focus more on diversity.  The WIT Index tracks progress in the percentage of over the road female drivers and although it’s increased to 7.89 percent in 2018 (up from 7.13 percent in 2017), we still have a long way to go. Continue reading