Has The Coronavirus Affected The Form 2290 Deadline?

Has the 2020-21 HVUT Form 2290 deadline been changed?

Truck on road filing 2020-21 Form 2290 by deadline

COVID-19 has forced many tax deadlines to be changed. For instance, many jurisdictions have pushed back their IRP renewal and first-quarter IFTA deadlines. Also, the IRS income tax deadline has been changed to July 15, 2020.

So, with so many deadlines being affected by the Coronavirus, has the 2020-21 HVUT Form 2290 due date been affected yet? 

Has the Form 2290 deadline changed?

In a word, no. You still need to file your 2020-21 Form 2290 by the typical August 31 deadline.

At this point, there is no reason to expect the HVUT deadline to change, because many states are already beginning the first stages of reopening from Coronavirus shutdowns.

What is the form 2290?

The Form 2290 is used to pay the Heavy Vehicle Use Tax (HVUT) for commercial vehicles that weigh more than 55,000 pounds and which drive more than 5,000 miles per year. 

More information about the Form 2290 here.

Truck on interstate filing 2020-21 Form 2290

When is it due?

HVUT payments are due 1 month after the first month you first start using your vehicle.

What deadlines have changed?

So far the IRS income tax deadline has been changed to July 15, 2020.

Many IRP deadlines have been changed.

Many IFTA deadlines have been changed.

The UCR deadline has been changed to July 1, 2020.

File your Form 2290 today!

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