FAQs on Form 2290

How does the IRS "stamp" my Schedule 1?

When you e-file Form 2290, the IRS applies a digital watermark with the e-file logo to your IRS Form 2290. This electronic Stamped Schedule 1 is your official proof of payment from the IRS. You will receive your Stamped Schedule 1 within minutes by email after the IRS accepts it.

You can then print your Stamped Schedule 1 from the attachment in your email. You can also choose to have your Stamped Schedule 1 sent to you by fax or postal mail, just select this option at check out.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact our outstanding, 100% US-based support team. We are here to help by phone, email, and live chat.

Related Questions

How do I send my HVUT/Form 2290 taxes to IRS?

When is Form 2290 due?

What is a suspended vehicle?

Can I file Form 2290 with my Social Security Number as a self-contractor?

When is the payment for my 2018-2019 Form 2290 due?

Last modified 20 Jun 2018 07:06 EST