eFile Form 2290 & 8849 online-IRS authorized eFile provider-HVUT 2290
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IRS MeF System Status

IRS MeF (Modernized e-File) started accepting the 2290 returns from July 01, 2015, for the tax year July 01, 2015 to June 30, 2016.
https://www.irs.gov/Tax-Professionals/e-File-Providers-&-Partners/Modernized-e-File-MeF-Status-Page/

E-File 2290 & 8849 in 3 Simple Steps

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The IRS recently sent letters to notify taxpayers to file their 2290. If you've received a letter from the IRS regarding your Form 2290 that you have already E-filed with us, then it may be a letter that was sent prior to your 2290 filing. We recommend the following steps to verify and respond to the IRS, if necessary:

  • Make sure the 2290 tax amount came out of the bank. The withdrawal amount will be equal to your tax liability. The date should be on or a day or two after the Received date indicated on your stamped Schedule 1.
  • If you selected EFTPS or mail in check to make your tax payment, make sure you made the payment on EFTPS or mailed the check to the correct IRS location indicated on your 2290-Payment Voucher.
  • If your letter requests that you respond, then provide a copy of your bank statement, a copy of the EFTPS receipt, or a copy of the check you mailed in to the IRS. The letter contains the address to send this information to.

If you have any questions regarding your filing with us, please chat, email, or call us. Please have your reference number and EIN ready when you call.

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