Truck2290 is Now Accepting Form 2290 Filings For The 2022-23 Tax Period
E-File Form 2290 Amendment Return
File 2290 Amendment Return and receive an updated schedule 1 proof.
Truck2290 is a leading 2290 E-file provider authorized by the IRS.
What is the 2290 Amendment Return?
The 2290 amendment form is a federal tax form used to correct or update the information reported on the previously filed 2290 tax form. Business venders, truck owners, and other entities must file a 2290 amendment with the IRS to report changes in heavy vehicles.
When to File Form 2290 Amendment?
Truckers are required to file an amendment form when making VIN corrections, reporting increased gross weight and exceeding the limit of vehicle mileage in previously filed 2290 returns.
- Increase in Taxable Weight of Vehicle
- Mileage Usage Limit Exceeded
- Incorrect Vehicle Identification Number
Increase in Taxable Weight of Vehicle
If your heavy taxable vehicle weight increases during the tax period, then you need to follow form 2290 instructions and fill out the Form 2290 Amendment Return. Based on the weight of the taxable vehicle, the tax can be varied. For instance, if your taxable vehicle weighs more than 75,000 pounds, you need to pay $550 per annum.
To file an IRS amendment form, you must check the “amended return” box. Also, write the date of the last day of the following month in which the taxable gross weight increased.
For example, if Alex operates a heavy vehicle with a gross weight of 55,000 pounds, the load on the vehicle increases, and the vehicle then comes under the new gross weight category. If this happens, calculate and report the additional tax for the remainder of the period on truck 2290 tax return.
Mileage Usage Limit Exceeded
If your suspended vehicle exceeds the mileage limit, then you must file a Form 2290 amendment. As a vehicle owner, you will need to file a 2290 amendment form if a suspended vehicle crosses the mileage limit of 5,000 miles (for agricultural vehicles, the mileage limit is 7,500 miles). The mileage limit applies to the total mileage limit during a tax period and does not depend on the number of operators.
You must file form 2290 amendment return by reporting the vehicle tax on page 2 based on the month the vehicle was first used during the period if this applies to you. Check the amended return box to proceed with the amendment process.
For example, Alex operates a suspended vehicle and his vehicle exceeds the mileage use limit. Then he must file the 2290 Amended Return. If the vehicle does not exceed the mileage limit, then the vehicle falls under the suspension category. Truckers don’t need to pay Heavy Vehicle Use Tax for suspended vehicles but must file form 2290 online with the IRS.
Incorrect Vehicle Identification Number
You must file an IRS Form 2290 Amendment if you entered the incorrect VIN. Check the 2290 Amendment Return box for Vehicle Identification Number Correction. You can only file a 2290 VIN correction for taxable or suspended vehicles. You cannot file a Form 2290 VIN correction for credit vehicles or prior suspended vehicles.
Furthermore, Form 2290 Amendment cannot be used to claim tax credits or refunds. The wrong VIN will affect your filing, which leads to incorrect vehicle reporting. Therefore, file an IRS 2290 amended form to report the correct Vehicle Identification Number.
When to E-file a 2290 Amendment Return to the IRS?
As per the IRS norms, the deadline to file a 2290 amendment Form is by the last day of the following month of change. This means businesses must report the change that occurred in the vehicle within 60 days. Otherwise, the IRS imposes 2290 penalties along with interest.
How to Paper-file a 2290 Amended Return?
The same rules apply to those who have already filed form 2290 and want to amend it. It is simply a matter of checking the “amendment return” box. Check the amendment return box if:
- Reporting an increase in taxable gross weight of the vehicle.
- Or else, reporting exceeds the mileage limit of the suspended vehicle.
- Check the VIN correction box when reporting the correct Vehicle Identification Number.
Review the form after filling out the required information & mail it to the IRS address.
Mail the form to the below address if you are including a check or money order:
Internal Revenue Service
P.O. Box 932500, Louisville,
Or else mail the form to the below address when you are not including any payment:
Department of the Treasury
Internal Revenue Service
Ogden, UT 84201-0031
E-file Form 2290 Amendment with Truck2290
We are here to make 2290 amended filing easier for you.
Create Your E-file account
Sign up with Truck2290 by providing an email address and phone number. If you’re already an existing filer, then log in with your credentials.
Amend your 2290 return
Choose/add the business info for which you are filing the 2290 amendment form and correct the misreported info or update the required info.
Submit it to the IRS
Review and submit 2290 amended to the IRS as early as possible.
Frequently Asked Questions
An IRS form called an amendment is used to correct VIN errors, and report increasing gross weight and exceeding mileage limits.
The month in which the vehicle crosses the mileage limits or the gross weight increases is known as the “amendment month“.
If you fail to submit an amendment by the deadline, the IRS will charge you penalties and additional charges.
You can file an amendment by gathering all the required details through an e-file service provider like Truck2290.
Truckers need to gather the business details, vehicle details, and increased mileage or gross weight.