A suspended vehicle is any taxable vehicle that is expected to be used 5,000 miles
or less (7,500 mile for agricultural vehicles) during the tax period.
A "suspended" vehicle must be filed for but will not be subject to taxation. If
the "suspended" vehicle exceeds the mileage use limit, the tax becomes due.
Once you transmit your return to the IRS
it takes only minutes to receive your IRS stamped Form 2290 Schedule 1, Guaranteed.
Yes! The IRS will be accepting credit and debit card payments.
You can also pay your IRS Form 2290 Heavy Vehicle Use Tax using any of the following methods:
(1) Electronic Funds Withdrawal (EFW)
(2) Electronic Federal Tax Payment System (EFTPS)
(3) Check or Money Order
(4) Credit and Debit card
must be filed
by the last day of the month following the month of first use.
For example, if you purchase and first use a vehicle in January, you must file a
Form 2290 by the end of February.
Annual renewal of your Form 2290 for a new tax period must be completed by August
For the 2011-2012 filing period the IRS has changed the filing due
A Form 2290 can be filed at any time after the deadline has passed but the tax due
may be subject to penalties and interest. The penalty for failing to file IRS Form
2290 in a timely manner is equal to 4.5 percent of the total tax due, assessed on
a monthly basis up to five months. Late filers not making an HVUT (Form 2290) payment
also face an additional monthly penalty equal to 0.5 percent of total tax due. Additional
interest charges of 0.54 percent per month accrue as well.
Absolutely! If you paid HVUT
(Form 2290) taxes last year on a vehicle that traveled
5000 miles or less (7500 miles for agricultural vehicles) then you qualify for a
refund of the taxes paid. You may either file a Form 8849
to apply for the refund or apply the earned tax
credit directly to the current year tax due. Whichever method you choose, you can
do it directly from our system.
Yes. The IRS requires taxpayers to use an EIN
when filing a Form 2290. A Social Security Number may
not be used. If you do not have an EIN, you may apply for one online at www.irs.gov/businesses/small
or by phone at 1-800-829-4933
Once you have submitted your Form 2290, the IRS will stamp your Schedule 1 as proof
of payment. When E-Filing, the IRS will apply a digital watermark to your Form 2290 Schedule 1
. This digitally “stamped” Schedule
1 serves as your HVUT proof of payment.
Absolutely! Your information is stored securely in our database and can be access
at any time. Renewing your Form 2290 next year takes only minutes because all of
your business and vehicle information is already complete.
No. Your tax liability is determined by your first use month during the tax period.
If you begin using your vehicle during any month other than July you are liable
for a prorated tax amount during that tax period. Our system will automatically
calculate your tax based on your vehicle weight and first use month.
Heavy vehicle use taxes
or HVUT are determined by the taxable
gross weight and first use month of the vehicle. Vehicles used for logging are subject
to lower taxes. Our system can quickly and accurately calculate your form 2290 taxes
before you have to pay.
Yes! Found exclusively at IMTA2290.com
, Form 2290 VIN corrections
can now be E-Filed with the IRS. Regardless of how you originally
filed your return, you can E-File your VIN correction with http://www.vta2290.com
No. The IRS does not permit the use of Social Security Numbers in place of an EIN
to File Form 2290 or Form 8849. If you do not have an EIN, you may apply for one
online at www.irs.gov/businesses/small
or by phone at 1-800-829-4933
Generally, states will require verification of payment of the HVUT for any taxable vehicle
before they will register the vehicle. For
some states, no proof of payment is required for a newly purchased vehicle, if you
present to the state a copy of the bill of sale showing that the vehicle was purchased
within the last 60 days.
The IRS Excise Tax
Hotline number is 1-866-699-4096. The hours of service are 8:00
a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Eastern time.
Of course - and we’ll do it for free!
Absolutely. If E-Filing your Form 2290, the IRS will provide you with a stamped
Schedule 1 even though they have not yet received your payment.
Occasionally, the IRS may reject a return for various reasons. If your return is
rejected, our system will list the specific reason for rejection and provide and
clearly display how the error can be fixed. Once fixed, you may retransmit your
return for no additional charge.
No. If your return has been rejected by the IRS for any reason, you may retransmit
your return absolutely FREE.
Funds are typically withdrawn from an account within 24-48 hours. If payments are
initialed on or near weekends or federal holidays, fund withdrawal may be slightly
When you E-File your Form 2290, the IRS will apply a digital watermark with the
E-File logo to your Schedule 1. This electronic Schedule 1 is your official proof
of payment from the IRS.
Yes, we really can get your Schedule 1 in minutes. From the moment you transmit
your return through our application, it typically takes less than 5 minutes for
the IRS to return your stamped Schedule 1.
Please note, the IRS will not process your return on weekends or Federal holidays
if you have chosen the Electronic Funds Withdrawal (EFW) option for paying your