Licensed fuel suppliers, importers, refiners, and/or distributors can file their Utah fuel tax returns electronically in XML format.
Contact your tax software vendor or accounting service to see if they support the Utah electronic fuel tax return. Click the Commercial Providers tab above for a listing of software providers.
For questions about this program, contact email@example.com.
Information for Software Developers
The following information is provided for Programmers and Software Developers for developing their Utah electronic fuel tax return.
Note: State government offices are open 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Test submissions must be submitted within these hours. The testing database is re-set every Friday and available again the next Monday.
|MFET Software Approval Guide|
|MFET Application for Fuel Tax Software Approval (TC-100)|
|MFET Developer's Handbook|
|MFET Utah Schemas||ZIP|
|MFET Web Service Objects||ZIP|
|Fuel Return Product and Schedule Matrix||XLS|
|Contact for test files, approval, or technical firstname.lastname@example.org|
Commercial Software Providers
The following companies provide commercial software products for this service. Contact the companies directly for more information. Providing this non-comprehensive list does not indicate a preference or endorsement for any individual product on the part of the Utah State Tax Commission.
These companies may also be able to provide contacts to tax practitioners that use their products.
- ADD Systems, certified provider – addsys.com
- Avalara, certified provider – avalara.com
- Avior Data, certified provider – avior.tax
- Aztech Software, certified provider – aztechsoftware.com
- FireStream WorldWide, certified provider – firestream.com
- Husker Oil, certified provider – huskeroil.com
- IGen, certified provider – igentax.com
- Innovative Software Solutions, Inc., certified provider – akoreftplus.com