The Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax is filed for the tax period starting from July 1st and ending on June 30th, when the taxable heavy highway motor vehicle is registered or needs to be registered on the owner/ operator name under the state, District of Canadian, Columbia or Mexican law at the time of first use month of the vehicle on the highway after the month of July by the last day of the month next to the first use month. Choose E-filing Form 2290 to get your Stamped Schedule 1 in minutes without waiting at IRS office.
Who Must File Form 2290 Online?
The owner of the heavy highway motor vehicle with the gross weight of 55,000 pounds or more must file the Form 2290 and pay the tax due. Trucks which are used within the mileage use limit of 5,000 miles or less (7,500 miles or less for agricultural vehicles) must file the return but no need to pay the tax.
Who Needs to E-file HVUT Form 2290?
If you need to report 25 or more vehicles for the taxable period, you must e-file 2290 tax filings through an IRS authorized service provider at Etax2290.com. Even IRS recommends the tax filers to file 2290 tax returns electronically as they are simple, safe and secure. In order to E-file Form 2290, register with us, start your filing, get processed quickly and receive the stamped schedule 1 instantly.
Requirements to E-file 2290 Truck Taxes
In order to start e-filing form 2290, you will require the following:
Then fill the required information to complete the E-filing HVUT Form 2290 before due date.
Few FAQs about HVUT Form 2290
How to claim a refund electronically for a sold, destroyed or stolen vehicle during the tax period?
- The tax payer can claim credit for the tax paid on the next Form 2290. The credit amount should not exceed the paid tax amount on Form 2290. If the credit amount exceeds then you need to file a refund through Form 8849, Schedule 6, and other claims. The 2290 claim amount depends on when the vehicle was sold, destroyed or stolen.
Can the taxpayer claim a refund for a vehicle which is used within the mileage use limit electronically?
- Yes, when the taxpayer has paid the tax amount for the vehicle, which did not exceed the mileage use limit 5,000 miles or less ( 7,500 miles for agricultural vehicles), the taxpayer can claim through Form 2290 in the next tax period. Else the tax payer can claim a refund by filing Form 8849 Schedule 6, other claims. In this case, the credit can be claimed until the next tax period.