So truckers, you have been filing form 2290 since a very long time and we are sure you know in and out of the application. However, today, we are going to talk about Third Party Designee and its role they play in form 2290. Well, before we proceed, let’s understand form 2290. Continue reading
So truckers, today at ThinkTrade Inc we are going to discuss about form 2290. And this stands as a reminder for truckers and owner operators to file and pay their HVUT for the newly used heavy vehicles. If you have bought your heavy vehicle weighing more than 55,000 pounds, you are liable to report and pay your dues through form 2290 to IRS by the end of the second month of the first month of use, which means September 30th stands as the last date for reporting vehicles first used in August. It is mandatory for trucker or owner operators to pay their dues. Continue reading
Trucking is one such profession that does not hold an age bar. Anyone from a college graduate to a retire officer can choose trucking as their new profession to survive. We know it sounds weird but yes, the career you are going to deal is mixed of flexibility, availability and the passion to do something in life for the nation. However, let us remind you, it is no bed of roses. The hardship you would face from the nights without sleep will turmoil your routine and you might end up with nausea. If you are game for it, trucking is the best profession. Continue reading
With the season for the year 2014-15 ending successfully, we take the pleasure to thank our taxpayers for investing the trust and the belief in Tax2290.com, a prime product of ThinkTrade Inc. We had received an overwhelmed response from new and existing customers and we wish to maintain the same association each tax season.
Before we move with the topic of the blog, lets brush our knowledge about form 2290 aka HVUT: Continue reading
Welcome back truckers, hope you are fit and fine. Hope you have filed form 2290 for the year 2014-15 and if you have not got your hands on HVUT yet, let us remind you, today is the last date for filing your return with no penalties getting involved.
Don’t get yourself confused, the due date for this year is 2nd of September as the actual due date was falling on a weekend. As per the books of IRS, if the due date falls on a weekend, the next business day is treated as the due date and that is why, 2nd of September is the last day for filing HVUT online or paper file. Continue reading