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Form 2290 Schedule 1 - An Overview
Form 2290 Schedule 1 is proof of payment for heavy vehicle use tax that was paid by truckers to the IRS. Form 2290 must be filed with the IRS every year to report the HVUT payment made for the taxable vehicles and also to report the information about tax suspended vehicles.
Once the IRS process 2290 tax return, it will stamp the Schedule 1 and send it back to the truckers to use it as a proof of HVUT payment.
Truckers can use this 2290 schedule 1 to renew their tags, Register their vehicles at DMVs, and Operate their vehicles on any public highways.
When to Renew your HVUT Proof of Payment?
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What information is required to complete Form 2290 Schedule 1?
- 1. Business Details
- 2. Vehicle Details
How do I get my Form 2290 Schedule 1 with ExpressTruckTax?
- Step 1: Enter your Business information.
- Step 2: Enter your taxable or suspended vehicle(s) information.
- Step 3: Review and Transmit directly to the IRS.
- Step 4: Get your Stamped Schedule 1 Instantly.
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What to look into 2290 Schedule 1?
- Make sure that your 2290 Schedule 1 has an IRS e-file watermarked logo
with the date.
- This date reflects when the IRS actually processed your Form 2290.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How Are HVUT Form 2290 taxes calculated?
The tax year for Form 2290 starts in July of each year and ends on June 30 of the following year. if the gross taxable weight is between 55,000 to 75,000 pounds, the HVUT is $100, plus $22 per 1,000 pounds over 55,000 pounds. for over 75,000-pound vehicles, the maximum hvut is $550 per year. the taxes are lower for logging vehicles - vehicles primarily used for exclusive transport of products harvested from the forest and that are registered with a state agency as such.
The table below shows the taxes for logging and regular trucks:
Taxable Gross Weight Heavy Vehicle Use Tax Rate Logging Vehicle Rate Below 55,000 lbs No Tax No Tax 55,000 to 75,000 lbs $100 plus $22 per 1000 lbs over 55,000 lbs $75 plus $16.5 per 1000 lbs over 55,000 lbs Over 75,000 lbs $550 $412.50
For any vehicles placed into service after July, the taxes are prorated.
Are there any HVUT exemptions?
There are a number of groups that receive exemptions from the HVUT, including:
- The Federal Government
- State or local governments, including the District of Columbia
- The American Red Cross
- Nonprofit volunteer fire departments, ambulance associations, or rescue squads
- Indian tribal governments (for vehicles used in essential tribal government functions)
- Mass transportation authorities
There are also a number of vehicles exempted from the HVUT:
- Vehicles not considered highway motor vehicles - e.g., mobile machinery for non-transportation functions, vehicles specifically designed for off-highway transportation, non-transportation trailers, and semi-trailers
- Qualified blood collector vehicles used by qualified blood collecting organizations
- Mobile machinery that is used for non-transportation purposes
Exempt carriers may be required to file tax forms with the IRS or notify the local department of motor vehicles (DMV) of the exempt status being claimed.
There are other vehicles that are exempt based on the number of miles it is driven:
- Commercial vehicles traveling fewer than 5,000 miles annually
- Agriculture vehicles traveling fewer than 7,500 miles annually
The vehicles above are called Suspended Vehicles but must be reported to the IRS.
How do I download my Form 2290 Schedule 1?
What happens if I lose my Form 2290 Schedule 1?