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Efile IRS Tax Form 2290 Truck Tax | Highway Heavy Vehicle Use Tax(HVUT)

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Why Is the 2290 (HVUT) Highway Heavy Vehicle Use Tax Important?

Posted by Admin on 15. April 2012 19:04

 

So just where does your  Truck Tax  payment go to? Is it just another  IRS  payment or does my  Truck Tax  actually go towards something useful. As many filers are aware the US Goverment uses tax money to create jobs and further invest into the infrastructure, but it doesn't just get piled up and then divided. Certain payements such as the   2290  tax payment goes towards a specific fund. The Highway Tax Fund. This Fund as its Outlined below makes the roads safer and that makes your jobs as Heavy Vehicle Operators safer. File your   Form 2290   now and get your Stamped  Schedule 1   in minutes using www.etax2290.com

The Federal HTF (Highway Tax Fund) protects the nation's investment in our transportation infrastructure. In 2007 alone, Federal HTF receipts topped $39.9 billion, with $34.9 billion dedicated to the HTF's Highway Account. The Federal HTF finances a broad spectrum of transportation investments, including: improvements (e.g., land acquisition and other right-of-way costs, preliminary and construction engineering, construction and reconstruction, resurfacing and restoration costs of roadways and bridges)

  • Highway and bridge maintenance activities
  • Highway law enforcement
  • Safety programs (e.g., driver education and training, vehicle inspection programs, enforcement of vehicle size and weight limits)
  • Congestion relief projects
  • Debt service
  • Administrative costs (e.g., research, engineering)

 

Investment in our nation's highway infrastructure helps:

  • Save lives, time and money
  • Reduce the number and severity of crashes for all kinds of vehicles
  • Enhance the ability of the entire community of emergency responders
  • Lower fuel and insurance costs
  • Increase mobility
  • Ease congestion
  • Decrease energy consumption
  • Boost air quality
  • Improve the efficient movement of goods
  • Raise business productivity
  • Strengthen the nation's economic productivity

Since the vast majority of all funds contributed by states to the Federal HTF are returned through highway fund apportionments, there is a direct incentive for state agencies to take necessary measures to enhance HVUT compliance.