Tuesday, 30 July 2019

No More Hiding - The IFTA Filing Deadline is Here!

Truckers hurry to file their IFTA fuel tax before the IFTA filing deadline.
And just like that, you’re almost out of time.

Tomorrow, July 31st, is the 2nd Quarter IFTA filing deadline.

Complete your IFTA tax return by midnight tomorrow to avoid hefty penalties.

If you have not yet filed IFTA 2019, there’s still hope for making the IFTA deadline.

We've got the tools you're looking for.

Here’s everything you need to file your IFTA tax return on time.

No More Hiding - The IFTA Filing Deadline is Here!

Information You Need To File Your IFTA Fuel Tax

This is the information you’ll need to collect before you can complete your IFTA tax return:

A list of information needed to successfully file your IFTA tax return.

The IFTA fuel tax is an effort to redistribute fuel taxes equally among jurisdictions, or the states you drive through.

Since truckers are constantly crossing state lines, state fuel taxes alone do not accurately portray the total mileage traveled in each state.

For instance, a trucker could fill up in South Carolina and then immediately cross into North Carolina. There, they could drive twice as far without ever filling up.

Is the South Carolina state fuel tax distributed amongst the states correctly?

No. This is where IFTA fuel tax comes in.

By reporting mileage and travel, drivers are held accountable for mileage driven in each state.

This IFTA deadline covers mileage traveled between the 1st IFTA quarterly tax due date and the 2nd quarter IFTA deadline. 

Steps to File Your IFTA Tax Return

If you still haven’t filed your IFTA 2019, you’ll need a quick solution.

Our sister product, ExpressTruckTax, makes it easy to meet IFTA quarterly tax due dates.

Simply enter the information we covered previously, and ExpressTruckTax will generate an IFTA report for you!

Plus, with tons of features like our free IFTA tax calculator, you’ll save lots of time and minimize chances of error.

To generate your IFTA tax report with ExpressTruckTax, simply:

1. Create your account

2. Add business details

3. Enter base jurisdiction

4. Add vehicle details

5. Enter miles traveled & fuel records

6. Generate your IFTA report

Once, you’ve generated your IFTA tax report, you’ll need to file your IFTA tax return with your base jurisdiction.

Filing Before the IFTA Deadline

Missing the IFTA filing deadline means paying penalties.

As mentioned, IFTA has quarterly tax due dates because it is due 4 times a year. Even if you already filed your IFTA tax return last quarter, you’ll need to file again for the 2nd quarter.

The IFTA deadline for the 2nd quarter is July 31st.

If you still haven’t filed, you need a quick solution.

ExpressTruckTax has what you’re looking for. Don’t miss the IFTA deadline.

Simply enter some information into the free IFTA tax calculator and you’ll be shown total miles, gallons, miles per gallon, and the amount of IFTA tax you owe.

Sign up for a free ExpressTruckTax account and get started generating your IFTA 2019 report now.

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