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Form 2290 Instructions
There are two federal excise taxes that apply to trucks
There is an excise tax when you purchase a new truck. It is added to the purchase price of your truck. The dealer is responsible for collecting the tax from the purchaser and filing the tax form and remitting the tax to the government.
There is also a federal excise tax imposed annually on heavy vehicles (trucks, truck tractors, and buses) that use public highways. The tax applies to vehicles with a gross vehicle weight (GVW) of 55,000 pounds or more. The GVW is the total loaded weight of the truck in combination with its trailer.
What form do I use to pay the Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax?
Do I have to pay Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax for the whole year if I buy a truck in February that has not been used on the highway since the prior July?
Do I pay the Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax if I buy a truck that has been used on the highway since the prior July?
Do I have to pay the full amount of the Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax?
The Purpose of IRS Form 2290
Who Must File IRS Form 2290
IRS Form 2290 Taxable Vehicles
IRS Form 2290 Tax Exempt Vehicles
IRS Form 2290 - Vehicles Not Considered Highway Motor Vehicles
When to File IRS Form 2290
How to Efile IRS Form 2290
Penalties for Not Filing IRS Form 2290
What is 2290 Electronic filing?
What is Heavy Vehicle Use Tax?
What is 2290 Excise Tax?
What is 2290 Highway Use Tax?
Why File IRS Form 2290 Online?
Filing form 2290
How Do I Amend IRS Tax Form 2290?
What is IRS Form 2290 E-File?
IRS Tax Form 2290?
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