5 Ifta Plus changes

July 24, 2013 at 4:09 pm Leave a comment

IFTA Plus has been helping prepare IFTA fuel tax returns for over 5 years.  We have prepared returns for thousands of customers and manage billions of miles for companies.  Recently we rebuild the application from scratch to provide a faster, better experience.  Here is a breakdown of the biggest changes:

1)  Navigation.  Before, all navigation was pushed to the left of the screen.  Now all the navigation is located at the top of the screen.

2) Driver Qualification, Hours of Service, and Fleet Maintenance.  These modules are no longer in IFTA Plus.  However, you still have access to them at www.complydot.com using your existing  username and password.

3) Fuel and Mileage Entry.  Before, there were several pages where you could enter your fuel and miles.  Some people used the odometer records page.  Fuel had its own page and Mileage had its own page.  We have combined all these pages into a single interface.  Now, you can see all your data from a single page.

4) Preparation.  In the previous system, the checkout process could be as many as 7 pages long and asked the same questions over and over.  This process has been streamlined to a single page.

5) Payment.  IFTA Plus can prepare your state IFTA return.  In addition, we can prepare your Kentucky Weight Distance return, New Mexico Highway Use Tax return and New York Highway Use Tax return.  We used to charge for each return.  Now, all of these are a single price.  As for the pricing, we have a couple of options, recurring billing as well as pay per quarter.  The pricing can be seen on our pricing page.

We hope you like the changes!

Entry filed under: Transportation Software.

Q2 2013 IFTA Fuel Tax Returns Q1 2014 IFTA Fuel Tax Returns

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