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Original Form 2290 e-File Provider

No matter what you do or where you work, INSTANT 2290 has all of the resources needed to e-file your truck owner operator taxes for Form 2290. Our user-friendly platform will guide you through the Form 2290 e-filing process, and if you have any trouble at all, our support staff is always happy to help. We won’t leave until we’ve answered every communication we receive during business hours, and if you reach out after hours, a dedicated customer service representative will get back to you the next day. 

With INSTANT 2290, you can skip the long lines at the IRS office and submit your truck owner operator taxes anytime, anywhere. Whether you e-file online or over the phone, you’ll be able to complete your tax Return and receive an IRS stamped Schedule 1 in a matter of minutes, and if you need to refer back to your tax documents at any point, they’ll be available online 24/7.

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Common Questions

We strive to make filing your Form 2290 as easy as possible. However, the tax code is complicated, and we know that truck owner operator taxes can be confusing, to say the least. So, we’ve compiled a list of the most common questions our customers have to help you navigate the process. If we don’t address your questions and concerns, give us a call! We’re here to help.

e-File: You can e-file online using an IRS-authorized provider like i2290.com. By mail: Download and complete the IRS Form 2290 fill-In PDF and mail it with a check for payment (if you owe taxes) to the address shown on the form. In-person: Download and complete the IRS Form 2290 fill-In PDF and take it to an IRS TAC (Taxpayer Assistance Center)

The IRS considers vehicles to be Suspended from 2290 tax if they seldomly drive on public roadways. The Form 2290 is not only about payment - it is a statement that you agree you will not drive your vehicle(s) more than 5,000 miles (or 7,500 miles for farming vehicles) during the tax year. Your vehicle registration office will still require you to show proof you filed the Form 2290, even if your total tax is $0.

Regardless of how you file your Form 2290, the IRS requires a business tax ID called an Employer Identification Number (EIN). If you do not know your EIN or you are unsure whether you have one, call the IRS Business Support line at 800-829-4933.

Yes! We are staffed with IRS Form 2290 e-file specialists who will answer the phones from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, CT except for holidays. If call volumes are heavy, just place your spot in the queue and we'll call you back the same day (usually within the hour).

IRS Form 2290 and the Heavy Vehicle Use Tax is unique in two ways: it is paid in advance, and the tax year renews every July 1.

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