Form CDTFA-514-DI "Acknowledgement of Licensee Responsibilities Under the California Interstate User Diesel Fuel Tax" - California

What Is Form CDTFA-514-DI?

This is a legal form that was released by the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration - a government authority operating within California. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

Form Details:

  • Released on June 1, 2019;
  • The latest edition provided by the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration;
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Download Form CDTFA-514-DI "Acknowledgement of Licensee Responsibilities Under the California Interstate User Diesel Fuel Tax" - California

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CDTFA-514-DI REV. 2 (6-19)
STATE OF CALIFORNIA
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF LICENSEE
CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF TAX AND FEE ADMINISTRATION
RESPONSIBILITIES UNDER THE CALIFORNIA
INTERSTATE USER DIESEL FUEL TAX
You have applied for or have been granted a license under the California Interstate User Diesel Fuel Tax. The license
carries with it many responsibilities.
• You must prepare and maintain operational records for each qualifed motor vehicle (QMV) to support:
- All distance traveled,
- All fuel purchases,
- Other information as required by the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA).
• You must maintain these records for a period of four years from the due date of your Interstate User Diesel Fuel Tax
Return, or the date the return was fled, whichever is later.
• You must report your travel and fuel purchases for each QMV on the Interstate User Diesel Fuel Tax Return.
• You must complete and fle the Interstate User Diesel Fuel Tax Return on or before the due date for each reporting
period.
• You must pay amounts due on or before the due date of the return or billing.
• You must carry a copy of your California Interstate User Diesel Fuel Tax License in each of your QMVs.
If you do not fulfll your responsibilities under your California Interstate User Diesel Fuel Tax License, you will be subject
to one or more actions by the CDTFA:
• Failure to fle the Interstate User Diesel Fuel Tax Return, to make records available, and/or to provide adequate
records for audit may result in an assessment based on an estimation of the feet's true liability, using fgures of
4.00 miles per gallon and 30,000 miles per QMV per calendar quarter to calculate the tax liability, plus applicable
penalties and interest. In addition, no credit for tax paid fuel will be allowed.
• If you do not fle your Interstate User Diesel Fuel Tax Return timely, you will be subject to penalty and interest.
• Failure to pay assessments may result in impoundment of your QMV. The CDTFA may sell the impounded QMV to
collect amounts due.
• If you do not possess a copy of your California Interstate User Diesel Fuel Tax License or a valid California Fuel Trip
Permit when entering California, you may be assessed a penalty from $100 to $500 or, if tax is assessed, a penalty
of $500 or 25% of the tax assessed, whichever is greater. The tax and penalty assessments must be paid before
your QMV will be allowed to leave the inspection site.
Please Note: You are responsible for all of the above items. If you use a service agent and that person does not maintain
your records as indicated above or does not fle your returns timely, you are responsible for any tax, penalty, and interest
due. Simply providing information to your service agent does not mean your tax returns have been fled with the CDTFA.
DECLARATION
The undersigned* has read this document and acknowledges the responsibilities of holding a license under the California
Interstate User Diesel Fuel Tax.
NAME (please print)
ACCOUNT NUMBER
STREET ADDRESS
CITY
STATE
ZIP CODE
SIGNATURE
DATE
TITLE
*This document must be signed by a corporate officer, owner, partner, or an authorized company employee, not a service agent.
Detailed information on each of the above requirements can be found at our website at www.cdtfa.ca.gov, Diesel Fuel Tax
Law. Printed copies can be obtained by writing to the Motor Carrier Offce, P.O. Box 942879, Sacramento, CA 94279-0065,
by calling 1-916-373-3030, or by calling our Customer Service Center at 1-800-400-7115 (TTY:711). Customer service
representatives are available Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Pacifc time), except state holidays.
CDTFA-514-DI REV. 2 (6-19)
STATE OF CALIFORNIA
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF LICENSEE
CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF TAX AND FEE ADMINISTRATION
RESPONSIBILITIES UNDER THE CALIFORNIA
INTERSTATE USER DIESEL FUEL TAX
You have applied for or have been granted a license under the California Interstate User Diesel Fuel Tax. The license
carries with it many responsibilities.
• You must prepare and maintain operational records for each qualifed motor vehicle (QMV) to support:
- All distance traveled,
- All fuel purchases,
- Other information as required by the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA).
• You must maintain these records for a period of four years from the due date of your Interstate User Diesel Fuel Tax
Return, or the date the return was fled, whichever is later.
• You must report your travel and fuel purchases for each QMV on the Interstate User Diesel Fuel Tax Return.
• You must complete and fle the Interstate User Diesel Fuel Tax Return on or before the due date for each reporting
period.
• You must pay amounts due on or before the due date of the return or billing.
• You must carry a copy of your California Interstate User Diesel Fuel Tax License in each of your QMVs.
If you do not fulfll your responsibilities under your California Interstate User Diesel Fuel Tax License, you will be subject
to one or more actions by the CDTFA:
• Failure to fle the Interstate User Diesel Fuel Tax Return, to make records available, and/or to provide adequate
records for audit may result in an assessment based on an estimation of the feet's true liability, using fgures of
4.00 miles per gallon and 30,000 miles per QMV per calendar quarter to calculate the tax liability, plus applicable
penalties and interest. In addition, no credit for tax paid fuel will be allowed.
• If you do not fle your Interstate User Diesel Fuel Tax Return timely, you will be subject to penalty and interest.
• Failure to pay assessments may result in impoundment of your QMV. The CDTFA may sell the impounded QMV to
collect amounts due.
• If you do not possess a copy of your California Interstate User Diesel Fuel Tax License or a valid California Fuel Trip
Permit when entering California, you may be assessed a penalty from $100 to $500 or, if tax is assessed, a penalty
of $500 or 25% of the tax assessed, whichever is greater. The tax and penalty assessments must be paid before
your QMV will be allowed to leave the inspection site.
Please Note: You are responsible for all of the above items. If you use a service agent and that person does not maintain
your records as indicated above or does not fle your returns timely, you are responsible for any tax, penalty, and interest
due. Simply providing information to your service agent does not mean your tax returns have been fled with the CDTFA.
DECLARATION
The undersigned* has read this document and acknowledges the responsibilities of holding a license under the California
Interstate User Diesel Fuel Tax.
NAME (please print)
ACCOUNT NUMBER
STREET ADDRESS
CITY
STATE
ZIP CODE
SIGNATURE
DATE
TITLE
*This document must be signed by a corporate officer, owner, partner, or an authorized company employee, not a service agent.
Detailed information on each of the above requirements can be found at our website at www.cdtfa.ca.gov, Diesel Fuel Tax
Law. Printed copies can be obtained by writing to the Motor Carrier Offce, P.O. Box 942879, Sacramento, CA 94279-0065,
by calling 1-916-373-3030, or by calling our Customer Service Center at 1-800-400-7115 (TTY:711). Customer service
representatives are available Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Pacifc time), except state holidays.