Resources for Motor Fuel Tax Filers
Motor fuel reporting and excise tax filing is no easy task.
What type of filing does your jurisdiction accept? When should you file? What are the motor fuel tax rates for your state? When is your return due?
That's why we've compiled this list of motor fuel tax resources.
On this page, you'll find links to help you navigate filing requirements for excise tax compliance, check tax rates, read up on legislation and more.
You can also find additional state information in the Motor Fuel Tax Information by State guide created by the Federation of Tax Administrators.
District of Columbia
Stay up-to-date on motor fuel tax legislation, find resources on filing requirements, and more.
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Join industry associations in your jurisdiction.
American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers (AFPM) is the leading trade association representing the makers of the fuels that keep Americans moving and the petrochemicals that are the essential building blocks for modern life.
Representing energy companies that deliver natural gas
API is the only national trade association representing all facets of the natural gas and oil industry, which supports 10.3 million U.S. jobs and nearly 8 percent of the U.S. economy.
The Asphalt Institute is the international trade association of petroleum asphalt producers, manufacturers and affiliated businesses.
EMA is a federation of 47 state and regional trade associations representing approximately 8,000 independent petroleum marketers nationwide.
EMARI represents energy marketers of all types through out Rhode Island.
The Fuel Merchants Association of New Jersey is the advocate for more than 600 petroleum marketers and industry suppliers doing business in the state.
FUELIowa represents Iowa's fuel industry by advocating for innovative and quality fuel options, consumer and environmental protection and fairness in the marketplace.
ILTA is an advocate and key resource for the liquid terminal industry.
MAPDA is an association of convenience stores and energy distributors in Maryland, Delaware and the District of Columbia.
NACS advances the role of convenience stores as positive economic, social and philanthropic contributors to the communities they serve.
The National Biodiesel Board is the national trade association representing America's first Advanced Biofuel.
NECSEMA represents and promotes the interests of the convenience store and transportation fuel industries across New England.
NEFI is a leading voice for wholesale and retail distributors of liquid heating fuels in New England and throughout the Northeast.
P&CMA is a trade association serving over 350 petroleum marketers and convenience store operators across the state of Alabama.
PMCA represents the business interests of the independent energy marketers and convenience store owners of Kansas.
RFA is the leading trade association for America’s ethanol industry, working to drive expanded demand for American-made renewable fuels and bio-products worldwide.
SIGMA is the national trade association representing the most successful, progressive, and innovative fuel marketers and chain retailers in the United States and Canada.
USOGA is a strong advocate for the individuals who built and sustain the U. S. petroleum industry.
WPMA is made up of seven separate state associations, including Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Washington.
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