December 10, 2020 by eklose
If you wish to travel to these jurisdictions, please contact them for information on their fuel tax reporting obligations. You must keep records that adequately document all the information you provide in your quarterly fuel tax return. Registrations must be kept for a period of four years from the due date of your quarterly return or the date of the report, depending on the date of the subsequent date. In some jurisdictions, you may need to keep your records for a longer period of time. If you have any questions about the specific conservation requirements of a jurisdiction, please contact the court to find out more. Air carriers travelling to jurisdictions other than IFTA must continue to comply with the fuel tax obligations of those countries. Yes, you must submit a “zero” return even if no taxable fuel has been used. If you are transporting goods for another person, a contract may make the carrier, not the owner of the vehicle, responsible for inter-judicial notification and payment of fuel taxes. The contract must be identified: starting with the rate schedule for the period 2016-10-01 until 2016-12-31, fuel types are now listed in the same order as in the IFTA, Inc. table: Effective April 2018, IFTA Inc. has incorporated hydrogen fuel and electricity types into the IFTA tax matrix. Under IFTA, you must file quarterly fuel tax returns. Reference quarters and due dates are as follows: Read our frequently asked questions on biodiesel and renewable diesel fuel to find out how to report biodiesel fuel via your IFTA quarterly performance.
is a cooperation agreement between Canadian provinces and most U.S. states to allow inter-judicial air carriers to report the fuels they use and pay taxes. The agreement allows registered interjurisdictional carriers to obtain a licence issued by their main jurisdiction to notify and pay fuel taxes to a single jurisdiction. Yes, yes. If you are travelling to an IFTA jurisdiction without any valid IFTA registration information or fuel travel authorization, you may be fined, fined or citationd under the laws of the jurisdiction. If you enter California without California Fuel Trip Permit or valid IFTA registration information, a penalty will be imposed. Penalties range from $100 to $500 or more (if you owe a fuel tax, the fine can be more than $500).