Free IFTA Tax Calculator
How IFTA Calculator works?
Step 1: Select the quarter for which you want to calculate the IFTA tax. Choose the late penalty option if applicable.
Step 2: Select the state you have traveled from the dropdown list and enter the total miles and gallons paid.
Step 3: Enter data for as many states as you traveled. Easily delete a state info by using delete icon.
Step 4: Once finalized click calculate IFTA tax. Your tax summary report with details of the Quarter, Total Miles, Total Fuel, Miles Per Gallon, Tax Due, Late Penalty/Interest, and Total Due will automatically be generated.
Frequently Asked Questions
IFTA is a cooperative agreement among the US states and Canadian provinces.
Both private and hire carriers operating Qualified Motor Vehicle in two or more member jurisdictions are subject to IFTA reporting.
Qualified vehicle is one, if it has any one of the following properties:
- Possesses three or more axles regardless of its weight
- Possesses two axles and a gross vehicle weight which exceeds 26,000 pounds
- Where it is used in combination with the total weight exceeding 26,000 pounds
The state where your vehicle is registered is your base jurisdiction.
IFTA license must be obtained from your base jurisdiction.
The basic details to obtain an IFTA license are:
- USDOT number
- Registered business address
- Mailing address
- Federal business number
- All US states except Alaska and Hawaii
- District of Columbia
- Canadian provinces and territories except Yukon Territory, Northwest Territory and Nunavut are IFTA jurisdictions.
January – March 2023
May 1, 2023
April – June 2023
July 31, 2023
July – September 2023
October 31, 2023
October – December 2023
January 31, 2024
An IFTA calculator is a tool that helps to compute the amount of fuel tax owed by any qualified motor carriers.
Our free IFTA calculator works based on the information like jurisdictions traveled, total miles, and total gallon that you input.
Yes, our free IFTA calculator uses precise algorithms to accurately calculate taxes, taking into account the varying fuel rates and jurisdictional requirements.