International Fuel Tax Agreement (Ifta) Fuel Tax Report
You must keep records that adequately document all the information you provide in your fuel tax return. Registrations must be kept for a period of four years from the due date of your tax return or the date of filing the return, depending on the date of the subsequent date. 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. If you have not yet registered an interstate user license or IFTA credentials and must travel to the state, you must purchase fuel travel permits to travel to IFTA jurisdictions and for your return to California. Your California Fuel Trip Permit must be purchased and filled before returning to the state. Filing your IFTA report is quick, simple and more convenient with the webfile. To register and/or pay taxes with web files, you need a personal ID code (web file number). This number is printed in the bottom right corner of the welcome letter that is included in your IFTA license and stickers. Visit our file and payment website for more information. After registration, an air carrier must file a quarterly tax return with the Tax and Tax Administration (TRA) and report all fuel purchased and kilometres travelled for all its IFTA vehicles.
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 identify: If you are a forcer, report to a basic court all fuel usage taxes due in New York and other jurisdictions. IfTA applies to most Canadian states and provinces. New York State participates in IFTA to manage and recover its fuel consumption tax. For example, if you are a California-based airline that is not ifTA-licensed and travels to Nevada (IFTA jurisdiction), you must purchase a tank travel permit to enter that state. If you return to California, you will need to purchase a California Fuel Trip Permit before returning to the state. The International Fuel Tax Agreement (FITA) is an agreement between the 48 lower U.S. states and Canadian provinces to facilitate the reporting of fuel consumption by fuel companies operating in more than one country.
 Alaska, Hawaii and the Canadian territories are not required to participate, but all of Canada and Alaska do. An IFTA-owned executing carrier receives an IFTA licence and two decals for each qualified vehicle it operates. The carrier provides a quarterly fuel tax return. This report is used to determine the tax or net refund due and to redistribute taxes from collector states to the states due. A person who commits an offence related to the improper use of coloured fuel in Ontario will be fined and charged a $465 fee. Fines of up to $1 million or imprisonment of up to two years are possible for other offences under the Fuel Tax Act, such as manipulation. B of the coloured fuel. Offenders are also examined and can be assessed tax, with penalties and interest. The IFTA OBJECTIVE is to establish and maintain the concept of a single fuel tax licence for all your qualified vehicles by allowing them to travel to all IFTA jurisdictions, by submitting a single tax return per quarter with your main jurisdiction to declare your fuel consumption and mileage for all IFTA Member States and provinces.