IRS Form 2290 - Heavy Vehicle Use Taxes
Federal Form 2290 Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax Return is used to calculate and pay the truck
tax due on highway motor vehicles used during the period with a taxable gross weight of 55,000
pounds or more. You are required to file Form 2290 by the last day of the month following the
month of first use, then it is due annually. The tax period runs from July 1st through June
30th of the following year and the tax is due no later than August 31st.
Avoid the long hold times and frustration of dealing with the IRS. Phone filing Form 2290 is our specialty. We can file your Form 2290 by phone and submit it directly to the IRS for processing. We ensure your HVUT Form 2290 is done quickly and accurately, by using an IRS authorized e-file provider and will have your 2290 Schedule 1 back for you the same day, normally within minutes. No more waiting days or weeks to receive it. Trying to register or renew your vehicle at the DMV registration office and unable to e-file Form 2290 heavy vehicle use tax on your own? Let TSNAmerica handle your 2290 phone filing and receive your Stamped Schedule 1 while you wait in line. Give us a call and we'll file your highway use tax 2290 over the phone today.
1 truck - $75 + IRS Fees
2-5 trucks - $95 + IRS Fees
6-20 trucks - $110 + IRS Fees
21-99 trucks - $150 + IRS Fees
100+ trucks - $50 per each 50 additional trucks + IRS Fees
Form 2290 Amendments - starting at $70
If your vehicle information changes during the HVUT tax year, you will need to amend your original 2290. Many changes, such as typos, name corrections and incorrect EINs will require calling the IRS, but you can file IRS Form 2290 Amendment for:
- Increase in Taxable Gross Weight
- Suspended Vehicles that exceeded the mileage use limit
- VIN Correction
Form 8849 - Claim for Refund of Excise Taxes - starting at $70
Form 8849, Schedule 6 is used to claim a refund on Form 2290 HVUT when taxes have already been paid. You can file IRS Form 8849 to claim your refund if your vehicle was:
- Stolen, destroyed or sold before June 1 and not used during the remainder of the period
- Used during the prior period 5,000 miles or less (7,500 miles or less for agricultural)
The 8849 credit for vehicles that were stolen, destroyed or sold during the tax year will be prorated based on
the dates of the occurrence. You do not have to wait until the tax period ends. The 8849 credit for low mileage
vehicles is never prorated. For vehicles that tax was paid and the vehicles were used 5,000 miles or less (7,500 miles
or less for agricultural vehicles), the credit (or refund) cannot be claimed until the end of the tax period for which
the initial tax was paid.
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