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Motor Fuel Tax News June 2022

State Motor Fuel Tax Update June 2022

 

New Jersey: Gross Receipt Tax Rate on Petroleum Products Unchanged — Feb. 28, 2022

Effective as of April 1, 2022, through June 30, 2022, the New Jersey Division of Taxation announced the gross receipt tax rates on petroleum products will not change for the 2nd quarter of 2022.
The gross receipt tax rates remain as follows:

  • Gasoline and LPG: 31.9 cents per gallon;
  • Diesel: 35.9 cents per gallon;
  • Fuel oil: 12.4 cents per gallon;
  • Aviation fuel: 4 cents per gallon; and
  • Other: 7% of gross receipts.

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Wisconsin: Tax Exemption On Fuel And Electricity Used In Manufacturing — Feb 2, 2022

The Wisconsin department of revenue has offered two specific sales and use tax exemptions on fuel and electricity consumed in manufacturing in Wisconsin. These exemptions applicable specifically to manufacturers are as follows:

  • Electricity or fuel such as propane, natural gas, wood or any other fuel consumed in manufacturing tangible personal property.
  • Electricity and fuel consumed, destroyed, or losing its identity in the manufacture of shopper's guides, newspapers or periodicals..

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Georgia: Prepaid Local Tax Rate Chart Released For Motor Fuels For Highways — March 3, 2022

The Georgia Department of Revenue released the prepaid local tax rate chart for motor fuel for highway use effective April 01, 2022..

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Ohio: Wholesale Prices For PAT Calculations Released — March 4, 2022

Ohio released the average wholesale prices for determining the Petroleum Activity Tax (PAT) effective April 01, 2022 through June 30, 2022. The average prices per gallon are as follows:

  • Unleaded Regular Gasoline: $2.262;
  • Diesel Fuel: $2.420;
  • Propane: $1.310.

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Connecticut: Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax Temporarily Suspended — April 5, 2022

Effective April 01, 2022 through June 30, 2022, Connecticut's motor vehicle fuel tax on gasohol and gasoline has been suspended.

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Vermont: MFTIA and MFTA Quarterly Fees — March 28, 2022

Vermont announced their motor fuel transportation infrastructure assessment (MFTIA) and motor fuel tax assessment (MFTA) rates for the period from April to June 2022.

  • MFTIA: Increased from 5.64 to 6.10 cents per gallon.
  • MFTA: rates remain the same at 13.4 cents per gallon.

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Arizona: Pinal County Transportation Tax Ends — March 22, 2022

Effective April 01, 2022 through June 30, 2022, Connecticut's motor vehicle fuel tax on gasohol and gasoline has been suspended.

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Michigan: Prepaid Fuel Tax Rates Announced — May 3, 2022

Effective June 01, 2022 through June 30, 2022, Michigan announced the changes in the prepaid sales tax rates for the purchase or receipt of diesel fuel and gasoline as follows:

  • Diesel Fuel: 26.3 cents per gallon.
  • Gasoline: 20.9 cents per gallon.

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Indiana: Gasoline Use Tax Rate Announced. — April 22, 2022

Effective June 01, 2022 through June 30, 2022, Indiana's gasoline use tax rate is $0.240 per gallon.

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Illinois: Tax Relief Package Passed — April 12, 2022

The Illinois General Assembly's budget for fiscal year 2023 includes a tax relief fund which freezing the state fuel tax rate to $0.39/gallon through January 1, 2023, which was otherwise set to increase by 2.2 cents/gallon in July 2022.

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New York: Gas Tax Holiday Enacted — April 8, 2022

The state of New York has enacted a bill offering a gas tax holiday which suspends the motor fuel excise tax, state sales and Metropolitan Commuter Transportation District sales tax in motor fuel and diesel motor fuel taxes for the period beginning June 1, 2022, through December 31, 2022.

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Connecticut: Reporting Guidelines For Distributors During Gas Tax Suspension Period — April 5, 2022

The state of Connecticut updated their reporting requirements for distributors during the gas tax suspension period starting April 1, 2022 through June 30, 2022. As per the new guidelines, each distributor filing electronically will be required to report sales of gasoline and gasohol and each gallon of gasoline or gasohol used on a new Line 13a of Form O-MF. Distributors filing a paper Form O-MF will be required to report their sales and usage of gallons of gasoline and gasohol on line 13 of Form O-MF.
The first return after the suspension came into effect will be due May 25, 2022, which would cover the month of April 2022..

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