News About the IRS Tax Form 2290
The process of filing for an IRS Form 2290 just got easier. To file now, you’ll need nothing more than an internet connection and conceptual information on your business to be able to make the best use of this facility.
The IRS 2290 Form can be filed in several ways. TaxExcise.com is one of the many ways of filing for the Form 2290.
For your information, TaxExcise.com is the first e-file provider (for Form 2290) authorized by the IRS. As a matter of fact, using TaxExcise.com is much easier than finding a reputable non profit debt consolidation company. There just aren’t the same hassles that you commonly face when dealing with your debts.
Understand what is available to you now and how to e-file IRS Form 2290
You’re not going to face any troubles while using TaxExcise.com. Everything right from the login process to going about the website is very easy. The system is so designed that it breaks the tax form into sections that are comprehensible enough to the layman. You won’t face any complicated tax jargon when you e file, but rather questions that you won’t find difficult answering.
Methods of payment
TaxExcise.com uses 4 methods of payment as of now. The following are the 4 methods of payment that are presently in use:
# Electronic Funds Withdrawal
# Electronic Federal Tax Payment System (EFTPS)
# Money Order
Although credit cards are not accepted by the IRS for the Heavy Vehicle Use Tax payments, you can always pay the filing fees charged by TaxExcise.com with one.
Schedule 1 download
If you have filed the IRS Tax Form 2290 through TaxExcise.com, you will receive email notifications letting you know that the Schedule 1 is all ready for you to download. The Schedule 1 can be downloaded using the link provided in the email or by visiting the TaxExcise.com website.
You can also go for the Text Message Reminder or Fax Copy option. These steps will improve the way you receive notifications. These options can also be used to notify your contracting company once the payments are made. There are no additional charges for the notifications to the leasing/contracting company.
By: Patricia Garner