Allocation of motor fuel taxes to the Waterways Safety Fund
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Published by Ohio Legislataive Service Commission in Columbus .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Boats and boating -- Safety measures -- Ohio,
  • Motor fuels -- Taxation -- Ohio

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Edition Notes

Title from cover

Statement[Tom Manuel ... [et al.]]
SeriesStaff research report -- no. 145
ContributionsManuel, Tom., Ohio. General Assembly. Legislative Service Commission
The Physical Object
Pagination14 leaves ;
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15226835M

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Figure 4: Inland Waterways’ Fuel-Tax Audit Rate for Audits of Filed Tax Returns Compared to Audit Rate for All Excise Taxes, Fiscal Years through 17 Figure 5: Percentage of Inland Waterways Fuel Tax Audits Accepted as Filed, Fiscal Years through 19 Figure 6: Number of Inland Waterways Fuel Tax Non-Filer Audits. 3 percent Sales Tax on Motor Fuel used on Highways: State General Fund: All: See Table MF for authorized distribution. This is the "Second Motor-Fuel Tax". Motor-Fuel is also subject to 1 percent of the regular 4 percent State sales tax. Proceeds from that 1 percent are used for State general purposes. (Fund 5V7) to pay the expenses of the Department of Taxation to administer the motor fuel tax, and requires that % of motor fuel tax receipts be credited to the Fund, after the Tax Refund Fund and Waterways Safety Fund are credited. The Department will fund 70% of the Excise Tax Division, FTEs in the Enforcement Division, Tax Administrators (FTA) Motor Fuel Tax Section. The Committee is comprised of state members, and all segments of the motor fuel industry are represented. The 11 Point Plan is an effort to help make the administration of fuel taxes more efficient and more consistent from state to state; to.

B Motor Fuel Taxability Misc. Taxability Ethanol Motor Fuel Taxability Misc. Taxability $/gallon B is taxable Subject to UST Fee $/gallon Not taxable Not taxable Section State Taxes Applicable to Imports of Ethanol and Biodiesel Biodiesel Ethanol B is treated like diesel fuel. The tax rate is $/gallon. CLICK HERE FOR NATURAL DISASTER TAX RELIEF INFORMATION Department of Revenue COVID Updates Motor Fuel Taxes. Due Dates and Tax Rates; Registration and Licensing. The motor vehicle fuel tax is imposed upon each gallon of fuel entered, or removed from a refinery or terminal rack in this state. If you are a Throughputter, Terminal Operator, Blender, Enterer, Refiner, Position Holder Vessel/Pipeline Operator, Industrial User, or Train Operator you will need to . Michigan’s Motor Fuel and Registration Taxes Fiscal Year Michigan's transportation system receives funding from three major sources: state motor fuel taxes, state motor vehicle registrations and fees, and federal highway fuel taxes. Transportation revenues totaled $ billion in fiscal year (FY) including proceeds from bond.

Federal Highway Administration New Jersey Avenue, SE Washington, DC About. Highway Taxes and Fees Motor-Fuel Tax Provisions on Interstate Motor Carriers 1/ Transportation Trust Fund Waterways Improvement Fund, . The law now directs the entire Federal motor boat fuel tax to the Sport Fish Restoration and Boating Trust Fund. Previously, the cents of the motor boat fuel taxes went to debt reduction. 76% of the $M increase is due to the motor boat fuel Size: 1MB. by the U.S. Treasury, fuel taxes historically have provided almost 90% of the receipts to the HTF. 5 The mass transit account receives cents per gallon of fuel taxes, with the remainder of the tax revenue flowing into the highway account.6 The LUST Trust Fund receives cents per gallon from the tax.7 Monies in the LUST TrustFile Size: KB. State, based on the consumption of motor fuel. The motor fuel taxes that are deposited in the Illinois MFT Fund are: a. cents per gallon b. cents per gallon on diesel fuel in addition to the tax in (a) above. The Department of Transportation allocates these monies according to the provisions outlined in.