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Truckers, Heavy Vehicle Use Tax Return (Form 2290) Due August, 31.

This is to remind truckers and other owners of heavy highway vehicles that, their next federal highway use tax return is due on Wednesday, August 31, 2016. Some taxpayers still opt to file their Form 2290 on paper, the IRS encourages all taxpayers to take advantage of the speed and convenience of filing this 2290 tax form electronically and paying tax dues electronically . Taxpayers reporting 25 or more vehicles must e-file their Form 2290 through an IRS-approved software provider like www.Tax2290.com . This year’s 2290 tax due date falls on August 31. Hence E-file ASAP to avoid last minute[...]

Flat 15% OFF for Special User on your 2290 E-file fee!

Attention Truckers! the heavy vehicle use taxes reported and paid on IRS Tax Form 2290 is due now and August 31. is the last date to file. Form 2290 and Schedule-1 copy is a must to register or renew your heavy vehicle with the state and federal authorities for this new tax year 2016-17. Special Discount OFF – 15% FLAT on your 2290 E-file Fee For all those who are regular in reading our blogs here is a surprise offer, avail flat 15% OFF* on your Form 2290 , Truck Tax return e-file fee. This is valid till August 30. Act fast and Save Big! This 15% flat off is applicable for all 2290 , truck[...]

Truck Tax Form 2290 is Due Now, Aug. 31. is the last date.

The Federal Heavy Vehicle Use Tax , Form 2290 is due this August 31 and less time left to report it with the IRS. Form 2290 is an annual tax usually reported between July and August for the tax year 2016-17. Form 2290 and Schedule-1 need to be filed and carried in the truck as a proof of payment of this HVUT returns. August 31st is the Due Date: This Form 2290 needs to be filed and IRS stamped/ watermarked Schedule-1 proof is a must to register your heavy vehicle under your name or in your company name with the state and federal authorities. Year on year this 2290 and schedule-1 should be[...]

What do women want?

I am often asked to explain what issues women in the trucking industry have that are different from men. The answer is, “none.” Every one of the concerns that our members have affects both men and women. So, why do women need their own association? They don’t! Despite the name, “Women In Trucking,” our membership is not limited to women. In fact, currently, seventeen percent of our members are men. If you think about it, you don’t need to be a dog to support the humane society, do you? The Arbor Day Foundation doesn’t require that you’re a tree to fund their efforts. Our members include[...]

FAQ’s on Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Trust Fund Fee

New research trust fund fees are due this July 31 from health insurers and the plan sponsors of self-insured plans. The fee is paid annually using IRS Tax Form 720, Quarterly Federal Excise Tax Return. The payment, paid through the Electronic Federal Tax Payment System (EFTPS), should be applied to the second quarter (in EFTPS, select Q2 for the Quarter under Tax Period on the “Business Tax Payment” page). This PCORI Fee can be prepared and reported online at http://www.TaxExcise.com , let us see what is this tax/fee allabout and few additional information on it. Q1. What is the Patient-[...]

A female driver’s experience.

The mission of Women In Trucking Association is to increase the percentage of women employed in the trucking industry. While we represent all careers in transportation, much of our work focuses on the professional driver’s challenges. Specifically, we look at obstacles that might keep women from considering a career in transportation. Many carrier’s representatives have bluntly stated that they don’t “care about the gender of their drivers.” They remark that they hire men and women and treat them equally. If that is true, then why are there twenty men to every woman behind the wheel? Instead[...]

FREEDOM Week – 10% OFF on 2290 Truck Tax e-file!

The nation celebrates the Fourth of July with a bang this Monday, being a long week end we would love to have some time with the family and kids, for sure a time for great fun with family get together’s. The National Mall will have the long dynamic fireworks show a visual treat to watch, parades and patriotic speeches and the barbecues across fuel the celebrations. July 4 th Celebrations at Tax2290.com The July 4th has been celebrated as the birth of American Independence, we also join you on the celebrations with a bang, and yes we offer a flat 10% off on your 2290 e-filing at http://www.[...]

Welcome this Summer with 15% off on 2290 PREFILE!

The summer solstice is a special day for many as it means the start of the summer. The First Day of Summer 2016 (Summer Solstice) is on Monday, June 20. Hot Summer means, the sun coming in through the driver’s side window of a truck can feel great when out on the open road, however it’s important to take heed of driving tips for driving in summer. “Summer Is Here, Let’S Give A Big Cheer!” Let us welcome this Summer with a Hot Deal, Prefile your Truck Tax Form 2290 for the upcoming Tax Year 2016 which is about to start from 1 st of July at a 15% flat OFF on your e-file fee. To avail Apply Code[...]

Summer Safety Tips for Truck Drivers

Summer has already started and there would be increase in traffic during this busy time of the year, it’s a good idea to remember these safe driving tips and also protecting us from Hot Sun. Long hours of travel means spending a lot of time sharing the road with trucks. When truckers spend so many hours a day driving cross country in direct sunlight, it’s important to have some type of protection from the sun’s harmful rays. The First Day of Summer 2016 (Summer Solstice) is on Monday, June 20. As a trucker, you will have to deal with extreme heat, storms, slick roads, and heavier traffic. The[...]

Ten tips to attract and retain women as professional drivers.

#1. Let them know you WANT to hire women. If your recruiting ad doesn’t include women, or worse yet, excludes women, you won’t get their attention. Don’t always show a male driver in your ads, and don’t assume that the only woman in your ad should be the wife at home. Go back and look at your recruiting advertisements and see if they appeal to women. Ask some of your female staff members if they would respond to your company’s ad. #2. Tell women WHY you are interested in hiring them. For example, do you have a real desire to hire women as drivers because you believe they are capable and[...]

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