It is online powerful software used to calculate your mileage and fuel details and to prepare IFTA report accurately for each quarter.
Simple IFTA performs a calculation based on your mileage and fuel data provided by you. At the end, you can take the report prints and send it to your base jurisdiction
Yes, IFTA tax rates differ from each state and each state have their unique requirements. Our powerful software tool supports all state requirements and we cover states in the US as well as Canadian provinces and Mexico.
IFTA is Fuel Tax Agreement. Through the IFTA, member jurisdictions act cooperatively to administer and collect motor fuel use taxes.
You need an IFTA license if you travel in two or more member jurisdictions and if your vehicle either weighs more than 26,000 pounds, OR has three or more axles, regardless of weight.
The 48 contiguous states of the United States and the 10 Canadian Provinces are the members of IFTA.
If you operate a qualified motor vehicle which is used between two or more member jurisdiction, then yes. If you operate your qualified vehicle in only one member jurisdiction and make occasional trips outside the base jurisdiction, you may purchase trip permits, which are available from major truck stop.
You should contact your base jurisdiction. Your base jurisdiction is where the vehicle is linked and your qualified motor vehicles registered and they maintain your operational records.
Find the IFTA application and instructions from your base jurisdiction transportation website.
Yes, you must submit a zero report even if no taxable fuel was used.
A penalty of $50.00 or 10% of the net tax liability, whichever is greater, will be assessed on late-filed reports, failure to file, or for underpayment of tax due. If the tax liability is zero or a credit, the late filing penalty will still be $50.00. The penalty for Late filing is $50 plus 10% of taxes due only for the state Nevada.
Surcharges are additional charges which are instructed by certain states. Surcharges applicable to only three states IN, KY, VA.
The miles which the truck is in operation for business purpose comes under IFTA miles
The miles which are non â?? taxable. Any miles driven in a state that does not participate in IFTA are non IFTA miles.
1.Reducing driver burden and to save your time and money.
2.Moreover, we keep your reports for 6 years beyond IFTA compliance.
3.Just enter your miles and fuel data and rest we will take care.
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