Business Filings

Business Formation

Quality Business Services (QBS) was created to provide our customers the ancillary services their growing company needs in order to be successful. This includes helping take the first steps to becoming a formal business entity. Whether you are interested in a partnership, corporation, limited liability company (LLC) or other entity. QBS has the resources to make your vision a reality. Additionally, we can assist in procuring a Federal EIN (Employer Identification Number). Call one of our QBS Consultants to discuss setting up your business entity at (844) 637-8103 or send us an email at qbs@qualitycompaniesllc.com. 

  1. Answer a few questions in as little as 15 minutes.

2. We’ll collect your documents and file them for you with the Secretary of State.

3. We’ll mail you the completed package for you Limited Liability Company.

Understanding the Difference Between LLC & Corporation

- Fewer formalities and legal requirements
- Pass-through taxation
- Limited legal liability
- Stricter operational processes
- Double Taxation - Could lead to potential tax savings
- Shareholder compensation requirements

Enrollment Form

Name *

First Name

Last Name
Phone *
(###) ###-####
Email Address *
Do you have a registered agent? *
If yes, Name of Registered Agent: *
Will your business operate in cargo transportation via truck? *
Entity Filing State *
What would you like to name this LLC? *
Most states require "LLC", "LC" or some form of Limited Liability Corporation.
Address *
Please include street, state, and zip code.
Is this a new business you want to create? *
How many owners will this business have? *
Will this business have employees in the next twelve months? *
Will your business automatically dissolve on a certain date? *
What is the last day of the business's fiscal year? *
Full Name of Owner *
Who will manage this business? *
Do you want to obtain a Federal Employer Identification Number (EIN)? *
Who will manage this business? *
Will this business own a vehicle that weighs more than 55,000 lbs. and is designed to transport loads on the highway? *
Will this business operate a casino or be involved with gambling or wagering? *
Will this business make or sell firearms, tobacco, or alcohol? *
Will this business sell goods that are subject to excise tax? *

Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax Return (HVUT Form 2290)

What is HVUT Form 2290?

Tax return for vehicles over 55,000 pounds. These taxes are generally used for purposes of repairing roads and highways.

Who is Required to File HVUT Form 2290?

Trucker’s with a vehicle that has a taxable gross weight of 55,000 pounds or more are required to file HVUT Form 2290 to get a stamped copy of Schedule 1. You must file for any taxable highway motor vehicles that are required to be registered in your name under state, District of Columbia, Canadian, or Mexican law at the time of its first use during the tax period.

When is HVUT Form 2290 Due?

HVUT Form 2290 is an annual tax return for the period of July 1st to June 30th. You must file a return for the month when you first use your vehicle and the return will be due by the end of the following month. For example, if you first use your truck on October 12th, your HVUT Form 2290 will be due November 30th.

How We Help?

QBS will prepare and file your HVUT Form 2290 on your behalf. You will then be provided your official HVUT Form 2290, payment voucher, and stamped Schedule

For more information, please call (844) 647-8461.

IFTA Fuel Tax Filing

Carriers are required on a quarterly basis to report their fuel purchases and consumption that occur in the 48 continental United States and 10 Canadian Provinces. This can become a big hassle for you and your team when it comes time to report on all of your fuel purchases throughout the year. Quality Business Services has an experienced team to help you not only stay compliant with your fuel taxes, but we also save you resources by filing all your reporting for you.

If your trips occur in these months.
January / February / March
April / May / June
July / August / September
October / November / December

You must report by these dates.
April 30th
July 31st
October 31st
January 31st

IFTA reports must be filed to your base jurisdiction on a quarterly basis. Penalty – Carriers who don’t file will incur a financial penalty of $50 or 10 percent of the amount of taxed owed, whichever is greater, as well as revocation of their IFTA license.

Enrollment Form

Name *

First Name

Last Name
Phone *
(###) ###-####
Email Address *
Company name *
Number of trucks *
Company MC number *
Company DOT number *
IFTA License number *
Base jurisdiction *
Address *
Please include street, state, and zip code.

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