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Women In Trucking Association partners with Feeding America to address hunger

The trucking industry has always been a place where generosity and empathy are evident. From drivers helping on the roadside to carriers providing supplies for neighborhoods, the spirit of the trucking community is one that is not recognized enough. The Women In Trucking Association is teaming up with Feeding America to help address hunger in America. Whether you are based in the United States or deliver within its borders, you can help us feed needy families. According to Feeding America, more food reaches landfills and incinerators than any single material in municipal solid waste. Up to[...]

Tax Forms due Tomorrow, supported by Think Trade Inc,

www.taxexcise.com , a product of Think Trade Inc., A BBB accredited, IRS authorized E-file service provider for all kinds of Excise taxes like Form 2290, Form 720, Form 8849 etc. The following article describes about the Tax Forms that are due by April 29 th 2016. HVUT Form 2290: Form 2290, Heavy Vehicle Use Taxes (HVUT) is due tomorrow —April 29 th is the deadline to E-file your HVUT for vehicles first used in March 2016 since July 2015! If you have traded in or purchased a new vehicle last month, or if you just put your truck on the road in the month of March, then this applies to you as[...]

Women In Trucking drivers included in FMCSA Safe Driver Poster

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration was created in 2000 with the goal to reduce crashes, injuries and fatalities involving large trucks and buses. If you’ve visited their offices in the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) building in Washington DC, you might have noticed a poster depicting accident victims who died in commercial vehicle crashes. The poster was presented in 2009 from the Truck Safety Coalition ( trucksafety.org) , an organization representing three safety advocacy groups that focus on truck safety issues. The trucking industry, led by the American Trucking[...]

Services Offered by ThinkTrade Inc.,

ThinkTrade Inc. started in 2002 has grown leaps and bounds ever since. Headquartered in Franklin, Tennessee, we offer high-end technology solutions and services. Since its inception, we have left our imprints behind, working harder towards one goal, customer delight. ThinkTrade Inc. operates across onsite and offshore locations and comprises of dedicated professionals, industry leaders with years of expertise and knowledge. The remarkable industry experience has made us impeccable and one of its kind. ThinkTrade Inc. provides a wide range of consulting services, with a focus of customer[...]

Basic Errors Tax payers make while E-filing Form 2290

Greetings Tax payers, Nobody is perfect all the times especially when it comes to taxes Mistakes do happen. But when it comes to e-filing with a bit of carefulness we can avoid few basic errors that are made by tax payers very often. Think Trade Inc being pioneers in e-filing form 2290, it becomes our responsibility to keep you all updated with the common errors committed by Excise tax payers while E-filing Form 2290. 1. Wrong EIN or VIN EIN is your Employer Identification Number, and VIN is your Vehicle Identification Number these two are very important piece of information that you furnish[...]

Think Trade Inc & its Line of products

ThinkTrade Inc, a leading tax preparation software provider Headquartered in Franklin, Tennessee, we offer high-end technology solutions and services. Since its inception, we have left our imprints behind, working harder towards one goal, customer delight. This article will briefly explain about the line of products & services that are offered under the banner of Think Trade Inc: www.TaxExcise.com Tax 2290 – Federal heavy vehicle use tax Tax 720 – Quarterly Federal Excise Tax Return Tax 8849 – Claim for Refund of Excise Taxes Tax IFTA – International Fuel tax Agreement www.extensiontax.[...]

Think Trade Inc and its Partners

ThinkTrade Inc officially began its operations in 2002 & has grown tremendously ever since. In this article we would love to expose our partners & associations that we are a part to the world. The list a huge one and we can publish few editions of books with the list. Below is the list of major associations that we are a part of: American Trucking Associations Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association Women In Trucking Association Tennessee Trucking Association California Trucking Association Florida Trucking Association Ohio Trucking Association Illinois Trucking Association[...]

What is the value of Women In Trucking Association?

Margaret Mead once said, “ Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has. ” Women In Trucking Association (WIT) started with a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens who were focused on increasing the percentage of women employed in the trucking industry. In the eight years since its inception, the organization is successfully moving its mission forward. For many women, the need for a dedicated organization to attract female drivers, mechanics, safety directors, leaders, and more makes sense. Others[...]

Forms due by this Month with Think Trade’s Line of Products

www.taxexcise.com , a product of Think Trade Inc., A BBB accredited, IRS authorized E-file service provider for all kinds of Excise taxes like Form 2290, Form 720, Form 8849 etc. The following article describes about the Tax Forms that are due by January 31st 2016. HVUT Form 2290: The due date to file Form 2290, Heavy Vehicle Use Taxes (HVUT) is just few days away —January 31 st is the deadline to E-file your HVUT for vehicles first used in December 2015 since July 2015! If you traded in or purchased a new vehicle last month, or if you’re just put your truck on the road in the month of[...]

Increasing Safety through Driver Training

Recently a young (23-year-old) professional driver maneuvered her loaded tractor-trailer onto a 19 th century bridge in Paoli, Indiana. The driver held a commercial driver’s license (CDL), but apparently the definition of a ton was not part of the curriculum. The bridge was posted with a six ton weight limit while the tractor-trailer weighed closer to 30 tons, or 60,000 pounds. She admitted that she did not understand the definition of a ton, which she should have learned in a grade school math class as “a unit of weight equivalent to 2,000 pounds.” The driver had taken a wrong turn and was[...]

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