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IFTA & HUT 2290

International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA)

The International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) is an arrangement among U.S. states and Canadian provinces. Taxes are paid on motor fuels, and IFTA allows commercial motor carriers to register in one state and have these tax assessments paid out to all participating areas according to their fair share.

If you would like to register for your first IFTA account, renew your current account or file a quarterly IFTA report, you have to provide us with a list of documents.

Create an Account

In order to open IFTA for your company, we need:

  • Company name
  • DOT / MC #
  • FEIN # (Taxpayer ID #)
  • President’s name (first and last)
  • President’s Social Security number
  • Correct physical address (for IFTA, no P.O. Box or UPS store address)
  • Phone number and email address
  • Copies of registrations for the trucks (and lease agreement if the name on the registration is different)
  • Number of decal sets

Create an Account

In order to open IFTA for your company, we need:

  • Company name
  • DOT / MC #
  • FEIN # (Taxpayer ID #) 
  • President’s name (first and last)
  • President’s Social Security number
  • Correct physical address (for IFTA, no P.O. Box or UPS store address)
  • Phone number and email address
  • Copies of registrations for the trucks (and lease agreement if the name on the registration is different)
  • Number of decal sets

Renewals

We need your:
  • Personal name and/or corporation
  • President/Owner name (if applicable)
  • Address
  • Phone number
  • Number of decal sets needed

Quarterly Filings

We need your:
  • Copy of your IFTA license
  • Total miles in every state you’ve traveled for the period required
  • Total gallons fueled in every state you’ve traveled for the period required

Heavy Highway Use Tax (HUT 2290)

 We need:
  • Employer identification number (EIN). You must use an EIN to file Form 2290 (you can’t use your Social Security number)
  • The vehicle identification number (VIN) of each vehicle
  • The taxable gross weight of each vehicle to determine its category

Heavy Highway Use Tax (HUT 2290)

 We need:
  • Employer identification number (EIN). You must use an EIN to file Form 2290 (you can’t use your Social Security number)
  • The vehicle identification number (VIN) of each vehicle
  • The taxable gross weight of each vehicle to determine its category

Happy Clients

5/5
Daniela Pavlova is our Safety Consultant for over 7 years. She is a very attentive, knowledgeable and detail focused person with a great personality. Thanks to her professionalism and dedication to her client's needs we have been able to pass with excellent scores on a few DOT and IFTA audits.
Zhana Asenova
5/5
Freight Consulting US was recommended by a close friend of mine. I was pleasantly surprised by the professional services offered by Daniela. Her extensive knowledge of DOT's rules and regulations was well conveyed in an easy approachable manner, which helped me deal with IFTA requirements and reporting, and quickly understanding recent FMCSA compliance regulations changes.
Lyubislava Velinova
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Daniela Pavlova from Fright Consulting. US is a very knowledgeable person with a lot of experience. Great personality and dedication to her clients are making her so valuable. She is exactly what we need to grow our business and stay in compliance.
Antonia Geratlieva
5/5
Daniela Pavlova is our Safety Consultant for over 7 years. She is a very attentive, knowledgeable and detail focused person with a great personality. Thanks to her professionalism and dedication to her client's needs we have been able to pass with excellent scores on a few DOT and IFTA audits.
Zhana Asenova
5/5
Freight Consulting US was recommended by a close friend of mine. I was pleasantly surprised by the professional services offered by Daniela. Her extensive knowledge of DOT's rules and regulations was well conveyed in an easy approachable manner, which helped me deal with IFTA requirements and reporting, and quickly understanding recent FMCSA compliance regulations changes.
Lyubislava Velinova
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