Archive for April, 2010

IFTA Fuel Taxes Due Friday April 30

This is your friendly reminder that your 1st quarter 2010 IFTA fuel tax report is due this Friday April 30, 2010.

Collect all your diesel gallons purchased and miles driven between January 1 and March 31, 2010.  Then, use IFTA Plus to enter your information and immediately have our IFTA calculator prepare your State return.

Safe driving!

April 26, 2010 at 3:22 pm Leave a comment

IFTA Plus reminder to prepare your Q1 2010 return

We have passed the April 15th deadline to file federal taxes and now its time to focus back on IFTA taxes.  If you haven’t prepared your State IFTA return yet, there is still time.  The deadline is April 30, 2010.

If you need help getting started, read more about the steps required to file your IFTA return.  If you have questions regarding IFTA Plus, hopefully you can find your answers here.  If you need some incentive, or a way to earn some extra cash, we have a great incentive program called IFTA Connect.  IFTA Plus has helped thousands of companies take the headache out of preparing their IFTA return and can even help you prevent an audit.

If you have further questions, give us a call at 816.200.PLUS (7587) or check out our website at  Registration is free and you only have to pay $25 per quarter, no matter the number of trucks in your fleet.

As always, Safe Driving…

April 16, 2010 at 9:36 pm Leave a comment

Managing IFTA Fuel Tax Rates

The other day, we were wanting to find a simple chart of IFTA fuel tax rates for the past few years.  We wanted to sort the rates from highest tax rate to lowest.  We only were interested in Diesel fuel and only in US dollars. We obviously started at the source and checked out  You can download the fuel tax rates for a given quarter, but the way they are presented is very difficult to use.  Then I did a simple Google search for IFTA fuel tax rates and came up with the following:
Besides their information being from 2002, their ‘Printable HTML’ link didn’t work in my browser and their Excel file was absolutely terrible.
These guys provide you rates if you have a database available. and
This are very typical of most sites.  The information is clear, but I can’t do anything with it.

We decided to create the page we were searching for.  It is now located at  The page provides a simple to use interface that allows you to filter fuel types and sort based on Jurisdiction or tax rate.  We also provide an Excel version of the original information we used from

We hope your next search for IFTA fuel tax rates brings you to our page and you can avoid the frustrations we initially spent.

April 7, 2010 at 9:09 pm 1 comment