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Where is My 1099?

Many professional truck drivers choose to contract their services to carriers and fleets. The 1099 is a tax form which allows the IRS to track any payment given by a company to independent contractors for their services.

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Time for New Year’s Financial Resolutions

We’ve reached the end of another year – which means it’s just about time for some New Year’s resolutions. There are many worthy goals including these financial resolutions.

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The Quick Guide to AB5 for Truck Drivers

Assembly Bill 5 (AB5) is a California law that restricts businesses from classifying workers as independent contractors rather than employees. Unfortunately, the bill will unintentionally affect independent contractor truck drivers in the state of California by making it difficult to work for yourself.

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How Fleets Can Save on Fuel Economy

Organizations that manage a fleet of vehicles can achieve significant savings by following certain fundamentals on sustainability and using new technology. In the process, they will conserve fuel and cut down on carbon emissions, as the following focuses on fuel savings.

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Tax Moves for Truckers to Make Before Year End

2019 is almost over which means it’s time to make sure you have minimized your tax bill for the year. There are many things you can begin doing now to make filing your tax return as easy as possible and reduce the amount you owe. Let’s take a look at a few of the most important tax moves to make before 2019 comes to an end.

 

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Winter Driving Tips for Truck Drivers

Winter is right around the corner which means it’s time to refresh yourself on how to drive in the changing weather. There are many things you can do while driving and things you can do to your truck that will make driving in the winter as safe and stress-free as possible. In this article, we are going to pass these winter driving tips for truck drivers off to you!

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The Best and Worst States for Outbound Freight

As a truck driver, you want to always be pulling a load. This means that after you deliver a shipment, you want to be loading up a new load that same day and bringing it back home.

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Truck Accidents: 7 Common Causes and How Truckers Can Avoid Them

Even though commercial trucks are only involved in 2.4% of all accidents, and only 16% of these accidents are the truck driver’s fault, it’s still important for truckers to know the best ways to avoid a truck accident. Because of this, we are giving you seven common causes of truck accidents on the road, and some tips to help you increase your awareness.

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Everything You Need to Know About Chain Laws

The weather is beginning to get a little cooler across the United States and some of the higher elevations are beginning to see snow. That means it’s time to freshen up on the chain laws in the states that you regularly run.

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