Kansas IFTA Information

Located in the Midwestern United States is Kansas, or otherwise known as the “The Sunflower State.” In order to receive an IFTA license you will need to submit an application to the Kansas Department of Revenue. Currently there is a $10 for the first qualified motor vehicle and an additional $1.00 for each additional vehicle. There are currently no charges for decals in Kansas.

 

Kansas State IFTA Requirements for Licensing

 

You’ve earned your CDL and are now a proud new member of the trucking industry.  Congratulations! We hope you enjoy the freedom of the open road and build a successful business.  As a trucker, you’ll need to learn about IFTA requirements and determine whether it applies to you. Here are some of the main things you need to know about IFTA Kansas.

Members of the trucking industry and the U.S. Government created the International Fuel Tax Agreement to make it easier to report, collect, and disburse fuel use taxes.  Members include 48 contiguous states in the U.S. and 10 Canadian provinces. If your business is based in the member state of Kansas, and you operate in two or more member jurisdictions, you are required to file a Kansas IFTA application.  

Before filing for the IFTA license, you need to determine if your vehicle(s) qualify.  A vehicle qualifies for a license if it meets the criteria found here.

When you receive your IFTA permit and IFTA decals, you have until the end of February to display them.  The vehicle(s) must have a decal displayed on each side of the cab and a copy of the license on board at all times.  

As a member of the IFTA, you’ll also be required to file quarterly fuel use tax reports.  The report should indicate total miles traveled in each jurisdiction, total gallons of fuel purchased and used in each jurisdiction, and the amount of fuel taxes paid and the tax rate for each jurisdiction.  Here are the scheduled due dates for each quarter:

 

IFTA Quarterly Fuel Tax Schedule:

Q1 January – March April 30
Q2 April – June July 31
Q3 July – September October 31
Q4 October – December January 31

Failure to comply with these quarterly deadlines can incur penalties of 10% of the total taxes due, or $50, whichever is greater.  You can find the Kansas IFTA Fuel Tax Form link on the checklist below.

Renewing Your Kansas IFTA License

 

A Kansas IFTA license must be renewed annually before December 31st.  You can renew online here.  If this is your first time renewing, you will need to register and create a password.  Before your license can be approved for IFTA renewal, you must be up-to-date with all quarterly fuel use taxes.  

If you’re beginning to feel overwhelmed by all the IFTA rules and deadlines, there is a way to simplify the process.  A trucking management service can be the solution for you, as it is for thousands of other busy truckers across the country today.  

 

Why You Need Trucking Management Software

 

When you decided to become a trucker, you had visions of driving through the beautiful countryside, delivering your goods, and making money doing something you love.  But, then the paperwork turned your dream into a nightmare. It doesn’t have to be that way. TruckingOffice makes filing your quarterly IFTA easy by keeping all of your information in one place. We will organize and manage all aspects of your business, and you’ll be free from the stress of worrying about IFTA deadlines. Our program will track mileage, fuel use, fuel purchases, invoices, dispatches, vehicle maintenance, and much more.  Your miles are calculated automatically using PC*Miler. 

Contact us today and find out more about our services and how they can benefit you. Start filing your IFTA the easy way today!

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