You thought you were done with the 2290 tax… until you received a letter from the IRS about non-payment.
If you filed sometime close to the 2290 tax due date, you might’ve received a notice from the IRS asking you to pay 2290.
If you already filed your heavy use tax form online and paid your 2290 tax, this can be frustrating and confusing. Don’t sweat it just yet.
Here’s what it means.
IRS Letter Regarding HVUT 2290
Why did I receive a letter?
This happens every year. It could mean you still need to pay 2290 tax, or, it could just be a side-effect of the high volume of returns that the IRS receives close to the Form 2290 due date.
Sometimes, IRS systems don’t communicate information very efficiently, especially when they’re overloaded with last-minute HVUT 2290 filers.
What Should I Do?
Most likely, the IRS will send you a follow-up letter in a few weeks telling you that the first letter was an error, but, before assuming, double check that your 2290 tax amount was paid in full.
First, check to see how you chose to pay your heavy use tax to the IRS. Did you pay 2290 with credit card, debit card, EFW, EFTPS, check, or money order?
If you chose EFW, or Electronic Funds Withdrawal, check you bank statement to ensure that the funds were successfully drafted from your account.
If they were, you’re all set! You paid HVUT 2290 tax successfully. However, if the amount hasn’t been removed, contact us. There may have been an error entering your account information.
Still Have Questions?
We’re here to help! If you have questions or concerns regarding your 2290 tax, contact our US-based team of experts here at ExpressTruckTax in Rock Hill, SC.
Simply call 704-234-6005 or email email@example.com.
If you still need to file HVUT 2290, click here. The Form 2290 due date was September 3, 2019, so you’ll want to file ASAP to avoid increased penalties.