Every Kansas-based motor carrier with an International
Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) license is required to file an IFTA tax
return each quarter. Submitting your IFTA Quarterly Tax Returns just got
easier thanks to the Kansas
Department of Revenue’s Kansas IFTA Quarterly Filings application (https://www.kansas.gov/ifta-quarterly/).
Kansas motor carriers with an active Kansas ID and an IFTA license can
submit their IFTA Quarterly tax returns online, anytime, without having
to take the time to manually fill out paper forms or perform manual
calculations on taxes, interest, and penalties. The application also
allows motor carriers with an outstanding tax balance to conveniently
make payments online (EFT) with an electronic check or print a mail-in
payment voucher and pay by check.
“Online filing benefits Kansas-based motor carriers and Kansas
Department of Revenue with faster and more efficient processing of
returns and refunds," said Ken Rakestraw, Customer Relations Core
Process Manager or the Kansas Department of Revenue. “The carrier enters
the total miles and gallons purchased during the quarter, per
jurisdiction traveled, and the calculations are automatically
calculated. Copies of returns can be easily accessed for free through
your online history.”
Built as a part of TruckingKS,
the Kansas Department of Revenue’s online trucking permit system, the
enhanced Kansas IFTA Quarterly Filings application offers an updated
look, as well as improved ability to perform the following:
Change your mailing address
Automatically calculate taxes, interest, and penalties
File the current quarter return on an active account
Access a personal history of any and all Kansas IFTA Quarterly tax
filings completed online
The next Quarterly Tax filing deadline is July 31, 2012.
About Kansas Department of Revenue
The Kansas Department of Revenue collects taxes and fees, administers
Kansas tax laws, issues a variety of licenses and provides assistance to
Kansas citizens and units of government. The department is committed to
hard work every day for the people of Kansas; to treat our taxpayers,
our employees, and each other with respect; to conduct business with
integrity, fairness and civility; and to be held accountable for our
efforts. We will collect taxes and fees, fairly, cheerfully, accurately
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