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Mark Your Calendars: Form 2290 Due Date is Approaching

Mark Your Calendars: Form 2290 Due Date is Approaching


As a truck driver or fleet owner, you are no stranger to deadlines. And one of the most important deadlines to keep in mind is the due date for Form 2290, which is the Heavy Vehicle Use Tax Return. This document is required by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for all heavy vehicles that weigh 55,000 pounds or more and use public roads in the United States. If you own or operate one of these vehicles, here is everything you need to know about the Form 2290 due date.

When is the Form 2290 Due Date?

The Form 2290 due date is typically August 31st of each year. For the tax year beginning July 1, 2022, and ending June 30, 2023, the due date is August 31, 2023. This means that you must file your return and pay any taxes owed by this date.

What Happens if You Miss the Deadline?

If you miss the Form 2290 due date, there will be penalties and interest assessed on any taxes owed. The penalty for filing late is 4.5% of the total tax owed, and the penalty for paying late is 0.5% of the total tax owed per month up to 5 months. Interest is also charged on any unpaid taxes until they are paid in full.

How to File Form 2290

There are two ways to file Form 2290:online or by mail. The IRS encourages taxpayers to file online as it is faster and more efficient. Here are the steps to file online:

  1. Obtain an Employer Identification Number (EIN) if you don't have one already.
  2. Gather information about your vehicle, including the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) and gross weight.
  3. Visit the simple truck tax website and create an account, if you don't have one already.
  4. Choose the e-file option and select Form 2290.
  5. Follow the prompts to enter your vehicle information and calculate the tax owed.
  6. Submit your payment through Electronic Funds Withdrawal (EFW), Electronic Federal Tax Payment System (EFTPS), or by mailing a check or money order to the IRS.
  7. Receive your receipt and stamped Schedule 1 electronically.

If you prefer to file by mail, you will need to obtain a paper Form 2290 and submit it to the IRS along with your payment.

The Form 2290 due date is fast approaching, so be sure to mark your calendars and file on time to avoid penalties and interest. Remember to gather all the necessary information about your vehicle, calculate the tax owed, and submit your payment through the IRS website or by mail. By filing on time, you'll have peace of mind knowing that your heavy vehicle use tax is taken care of and avoid any unnecessary penalties and fees.