Running a trucking company is no easy task. There are so many things to keep track of, from managing your drivers’ schedules to ensuring that your trucks are always on the road. One of the most important aspects of running a successful trucking business is making sure that you retain your employees. One way to do this is by monitoring their driving records.
In this article, we will talk about the importance of keeping track of your drivers’ records and how doing so can help improve safety and reduce costs. As we all know, safety is the number one priority when it comes to trucking. So it’s imperative that you do everything in your power to ensure that your drivers are safe on the road.
There are more than 6.8 million truckers in America, serving the nation with all dedication. Every truck running on the highway with the gross weight of 55,000 pounds or more are required to file their return online or paper file it. For this year tax season, the countdown has begun. However, this year, the due date has been extended by IRS. Do you know why? Keep reading, we will tell you why!
Usually, the form 2290 filing season falls in by July-1 to August-31 of the filing year. However, this year the due date i.e. August 31st falls on a weekend and 2nd of September is Labor Day, September 3rd is declared as the new extended due date for filing form 2290. On the same, IRS would not be functioning due to the scheduled maintenance for Labor Day. Those who have not filed their return yet and would be filing in nearing future do remember that filing HVUT electronically from 10 p.m. ET from August 31st 2013 to 5 a.m. ET on September 3rd 2013 will not be acknowledged by IRS.