Yakshna Solutions, Inc. Releases Form 2290 for Tax Year 2011-2012 for Businesses to File their HVUT Tax with IRS Electronically

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Form 2290 – Highway Heavy Vehicle Use Tax (Excise Tax) – ETAX2290’s web-based IRS Form 2290 preparation service helps truck operators and business owners to file their excise tax return in minutes. The service has many unique features for tax payers’ convenience. It helps fleet owners and tax professionals to complete their tax return electronically without any hassles.

The IRS has extended the filing due date to November 30, 2011 for businesses intent to file their Form 2290 excise tax return for Tax Year 2011-2012. http://www.etax2290.com provides user friendly web interface to complete the return and get the stamped schedule-1 online/ by e-mail/ fax.

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Tax2efile is an exclusive tax e-file service from Yakshna Solutions, Inc. The web application provides e-file service to individuals, business and non-profit organizations. In 2011, http://www.tax2efile.com added Information Returns (Form1099 and TD F 90-22.1 Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts Reporting) to its e-file portfolio.

Form 7004– Automatic Extension of Time to File Certain Business Income Tax, Information, and Other Returns – This extension filing helps businesses to file their Form 7004 electronically with IRS to get more time to file their actual business returns. This covers Form 990-C, 1041 (estate), 1041 (trust), 1041-N, 1041-QFT, 1042, 1065, 1065-B, 1066, 1120, 1120-A, 1120-F, 1120-FSC, 1120-H, 1120-L, 1120-ND, 1120-ND (section 4951 taxes), 1120-PC, 1120-POL, 1120-REIT, 1120-RIC, 1120S, 1120-C , 1120-SF, 3520-A, 8804, 706-GS(T), 8612, 8613, 8725, 8831, 8876, 706-GS(D). Note: Form 7004 may be filed electronically except for the following: Forms 8612, 8613, 8725, 8831, 8876, or 706-GS(D).

Form 4868 – Individual Tax Extension – This unique service from Tax2efile helps individuals, who cannot file their return by April 15, 2011, to file their extension electronically with IRS to get 6 month extension to file their actual return. With this filing taxpayers can file their returns before October 15, 2011.

Form 8868 – Non-profit Organizations Tax Extension– This service helps exempt organizations to file their 3-month automatic extension and additional 3 month extension electronically with IRS. This covers the filing most of the 990 series forms.

Form 1099 – Information Return Reporting service provides easy-to-use interface to complete your 1099 forms to transmit electronically to IRS as well as allows the taxpayers to print recipient copies. This doesn’t require any special software or forms purchase.

Form TD 90-22.1 – Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts Reporting – This helps any United States person who has a financial interest in or signature authority or other authority over any financial account in a foreign country, if the aggregate value of these accounts exceeds $10,000 at any time during the calendar year, to report their financial accounts with IRS. The FBAR is due by June 30 of the year following the year that the account holder meets the $10,000 threshold. The granting, by IRS, of an extension to file Federal income tax returns does not extend the due date for filing an FBAR. Filers cannot request an extension of the FBAR due date. Failure to file an FBAR when required to do so may potentially result in civil penalties, criminal penalties or both.

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