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Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax Return - Form 2290. Calculate and pay the tax due on highway motor vehicles used during the period with a taxable gross weight of 55,000 pounds or more. File suspension from the tax when a vehicle is expected to be used 5,000 miles or less (7,500 miles or less for agricultural vehicles) during the period.

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Anyone who registers a heavy highway motor vehicle in their name with a gross weight of 55,000 pounds or more must file Form 2290 and pay the tax. Typically, owners of vans, pickup trucks, panel trucks, etc., are not required to file or pay tax on these smaller trucks. Trucks that are used for 5,000 miles or less (7,500 for farm trucks) are required to file a return but are excluded from paying the tax
IRS encourage all 2290 filers to e-file 2290. If you are reporting 25 or more taxable heavy highway motor vehicles for any taxable period, you must e-file through Form 2290 filing. When you e-file your Schedule 1 will be available almost immediately after IRS accepts it.
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IRS uses a combination of your EIN and your name as a unique identifier for the name control. On an e-filed return, if a taxpayer's unique ID doesn't match our records, it’s rejected.
You may electronically file your return two weeks from the date your EIN was assigned so your name control is established in our system. If you e-file it before then, your return might be rejected.
You will get an e-mail notification from us. You’ll also have access to an electronic version of the Schedule 1 containing a watermark of the e-file logo in the background.
You can e-file a correction to weight, mileage and VIN. However, if you make another type of error on your e-filed and accepted return, you will need to make corrections on a paper Form 2290 and mail it to the IRS.
No. If you e-file your 2290 and list the vehicles you own on the Schedule 1, and later buy one or more additional trucks, you must file a new Form 2290 listing only the new vehicles. E-file that 2290 any time before the last day of the month following the month the new vehicle was first used on public highways.
No. The amount of tax you owe depends on the month when the first use occurs on public highways during the tax period. The tax period runs from July 1 to June 30. In this case, you should file two Forms 2290, one for each vehicle and its partial tax period, and complete a Schedule 1 for each. Your tax will be more for the truck that was used first during the period. In the next tax year, you can file one 2290 for all the trucks you will have on the road for the 12 months of the tax year.
Make sure the Vehicle Identification Numbers are correct and are not duplications from a previous filing. Correct any duplication and re-submit the return. If you are correcting VINs listed on a previously submitted and accepted return, you may correct it either electronically by selecting "VIN correction" Filing type. If the new VIN is different from what was listed on your original return (Schedule 1), you need to explain why the VIN you are now submitting is different.
The system detected that you had already filed a return under the same EIN, for the same tax period, for the same vehicle(s) or the same VIN category. Check your tax return to confirm that you are reporting new vehicles only and that your other information is correct.
Yes. You can claim a credit for the tax paid on the next Form 2290 you file in the same or next tax period. The credit may not be more than the tax you are reporting on Form 2290. Or, you can claim a refund of the tax paid on Form 8849, Schedule 6, Other Claims. The amount depends on when the vehicle was sold, destroyed or stolen.

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