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Prepare Your First Quarter IFTA Return Online Via TaxIFTA.com

Serving the nation is a noble job and truckers are indeed doing a fair job. However, that is not enough. Making deliveries and sharing a word of concern with your co-traveler is not nobility. Owning an IFTA license, paying your IFTA, and maintaining the trip sheet are included in the list of obligations. So if you are traveling through 48 jurisdictions listed under the agreement, you are liable to pay International Fuel Tax to your base jurisdiction on or before April 30th 2014. So what are you waiting for? Join hands with TaxIFTA.com and prepare your return online. We will help you in an error free preparation of IFTA. Continue reading

Are You Looking For Clear Explanation On IFTA Jargons? We Will Help You

Hello IFTA filers, welcome to our blog. With the IFTA due date right around the corner, we would like to pass on a gentle reminder for all IFTA filers. The due date is just 3 weeks away, 30th April 2014 is the date to file your IFTA return for the first quarter of 2014. The method you choose is absolutely your call, however, we give you a chance to prepare your IFTA return online, eliminating the errors and making it time efficient. Continue reading

Stay On Your Toes For IFTA Audits In Manitoba – Part- I

Hello commercial truck drivers, greetings from TaxIFTA.com. With the aspect of providing you information and knowledge about IFTA, today, we have decided to throw some light on IFTA audits, which play an important role in your trucking journey.

Below, we have jotted down few points that will give you a clear cut understanding about IFTA Audits happening in Manitoba. However, we would be splitting it into two blog post as the list of questions are many and fitting them in one would make you go crazy. Besides, we just gave you a reason to be around our blog, awaiting for the next blog post.

Here comes the list of questions for your better understanding. Continue reading

Reminder: IFTA Fourth Quarter Filing Is Due By January 31st 2014

No matter how much we enjoy snow outside our rigs, you as a trucker have enough responsibility to roll for the week. And that makes you drive down other jurisdictions, serving the nation.

Like we have four seasons a year, IFTA tax filers have four quarter in a year to file their return for the jurisdictions they have covered in that quarter. And here, we’re reminding you about the fourth IFTA quarter, which is round the corner with 31st January of 2014 as the due date. Continue reading

Tits and Bits of Gasoline Tax Laws

Welcome back truckers and Commercial Motor Carrier owners to our blog. We’re highly esteemed to sustain your interest level since the day we have entered the world of taxes. Last week, we discussed about the differences between gas tax and mileage tax, today we will share a post regarding gasoline tax law and its functionality.

We all know that there are many commodities, which a consumer uses and they pay a portion of tax to generate revenue for federal and state governments and gas is one among the list. Gasoline tax is considered as used or sales tax, paved their way three whole decades after automobiles first arrived in the market and been around for most of the modern memory. Continue reading

What is International Registration Plan?

The International Registration Plan or IRP is the method of registering fleets of vehicles that have been traveling in two or more member jurisdictions. All states (except Alaska and Hawaii), Washington D.C., and Canadian provinces (except Northwestern Territories, Nunavut and Yukon) are members of the plan. However, people who have qualified motor vehicles are subjected to IRP licensing, reporting and record-keeping requirements until and unless the vehicle is exempt or trip permit has been acquired. Continue reading

File IFTA for the Third Quarter Before October 31st

Being a trucker, many things come along. Paying IFTA taxes is one. This October 31st is the due date for filing your IFTA return for the third quarter. So truckers, get your documents ready, filing is not too far. Continue reading

Different types of Oil Filters

Welcome back truckers! We truly hope your hauling and trucking is moving smooth. In our previous blog, we discussed whatoil filters are. This time we would talk about what are the different types oil filters and their presence. Continue reading

Oil Filters To Keep Your Engine Healthy

Oil filter in automobiles are located on the side of the engine blocks, occupying the lower and the larger part of the engine. The oil pump circulates the oil in and across the engine and is passed through filters as large particles present in oil should not get in contact with the engine. It would eventually damage the engine if circulated freely. Continue reading

Bunker Oil- Pros and Cons

There are many types of fuel available in the market. Among the lot, bunker fuel is one fuel, which is fractionally distilled from crude oil. Also known as fuel oil, the material is broken into various categories based on the chemical compositions, intended purpose and also the boiling temperature. Comparatively to other fuels and petroleum products,bunker fuelsare extremely crude and highly polluting. Continue reading