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Excise Tax:

Excise taxes are taxes paid when purchases are made on a specific good, such as gasoline. Excise taxes are often included in the price of the product. There are also excise taxes on activities, such as on wagering or on highway usage by trucks. Excise Tax has several general excise tax programs. One of the major components of the excise program is motor fuel.

Reporting an Excise Tax with IRS is made simple and easy at www.TaxExcise.com . TaxExcise.com is the only website offering efile for all Excise Tax forms like, Form 2290, Form 8849 & Form 720.

Indoor Tanning Service Providers Must File a Federal Excise Tax Return

Beginning July 1, 2010, indoor tanning services will be subject to a 10 percent excise tax under the Affordable Care Act. Read more about Filing Indoor Tanning, Excise Tax return.

Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) Tax Refunds

Taxpayers eligible for the LUST excise tax refund may use Form 8849, Claim for Refund of Excise Taxes, to file a claim.

Excise Summary Terminal Activity Reporting System (ExSTARS)

ExSTARS is a fuel reporting system developed with the cooperation of the IRS, Department of Transportation, states, and motor fuel industry, which details the movement of any product into or out of an IRS approved terminal. A facility control number (FCN) designates a storage location within the motor fuel, or renewable fuel production or the bulk transfer / terminal system. Information regarding the use of FCNs was made public by an announcement in the Federal Register on April 12, 2010. Read more at ExSTARS

Excise Tax Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Guides (Pub. 3536)

Terminal Operators and Bulk Carriers refer to Publication 3536 for EDI filing requirements.

637 Registration Program

Under the Code and regulations, each person that engages in certain specified activities relating to excise tax must be registered by the IRS before engaging in that activity.

Excise Tax Online Exchange (ExTOLE)

The IRS administers a data repository for states to exchange motor fuel tax related information. 100 percent of the ExTOLE data originates from a particular state, and is available to other states under disclosure agreements between states. Read more at ExTOLE

Online Form 637 Registration Status Check

This Web application provides the ability for businesses to confirm whether individuals/companies have a valid IRS registration. To check your registration number, click here

Exemption From Excise Tax for Certain Wooden Arrows

On Friday, October 3, 2008, P.L. 110-343 (H.R. 1424), the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 (Act), also known as the Tax Extenders and Alternative Minimum Tax Relief Act of 2008, was signed into law by the President. The Act includes a key provision in Title V, Section 503 that impacts the Archery federal excise tax.

Field Directive Federal Excise Tax on the Importation and Manufacture of Fishing and Archery Products

This updates the field directive that discusses the Federal Excise Tax on the importation and manufacture of fishing and archery products.

Idling Reduction Devices Exempt from 12% Retail Excise Tax

The Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) list of devices that reduce highway tractor idling is now available. These devices may be exempt from the 12 percent retail excise tax provided they meet the criteria set forth in section 4053(9) of the Internal Revenue Code.

References/Related Topics

•             Excise Tax Forms and Publications

•             Electronic Excise Tax Returns Are Here – Formerly Known as “ETEC” (Excise Tax e-File & Compliance) Form 2290 & 720 Join The Ranks of e-file!

•             Federal Excise Tax – Rural Airports (PDF)

•             IRS Issues Guidance on Truck Sale Excise Tax

•             Telephone Excise Tax Refund

Refer to IRS.gov website for more information.

Nine Tips on the 10 Percent Tax on Tanning Services

Starting July 1, 2010, many businesses offering tanning services must collect a 10 percent excise tax on the tanning services they provide. This excise tax requirement is part of the Affordable Care Act that was enacted in March 2010. Indoor Tanning tax has to be reported for the 1st Quarter of 2011 is due by May 2nd, 2011.

Use IRS Form 720, Quarterly Federal Excise Tax Return to report and pay the indoor tanning tax due by May 2, 2011. Act fast and report it electronically at www.TaxExcise.com

Here are nine tips on the tanning excise tax that providers must collect.

1. Businesses providing ultraviolet tanning services must collect the 10 percent excise tax at the time the customer pays for the tanning services.

2. If the customer fails to pay the excise tax, the tanning service provider is liable for the tax.

3. The tax does not apply to phototherapy services performed by a licensed medical professional on his or her premises.

4. The tax does not apply to spray-on tanning services.

5. If a payment covers charges for tanning services along with other goods and services, the other goods and services may be excluded from the tax if they are separately stated and the charges do not exceed the fair market value for those other goods and services.

6. If the customer purchases bundled services and the charges are not separately stated, the tax applies to the portion of the payment that can be reasonably attributed to the indoor tanning services.

7. The tax does not have to be paid on membership fees for certain qualified physical fitness facilities that offer indoor tanning services as an incidental service to members without a separately identifiable fee.

8. Tanning service providers must report and pay the excise tax on a quarterly basis.

9. To pay the tax, businesses must file IRS Form 720, Quarterly Federal Excise Tax Return using an Employer Identification Number assigned by the IRS. Businesses that don’t already have one can apply for an EIN online at IRS.gov.

Find more information about the excise tax on tanning services, IRS Form 720 and other tax provisions of the Affordable Care Act at www.Taxexcise.com.

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Excise tax on indoor tanning services, for the first quarter of 2011 is due May 2.

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Starting July 1, 2010, many businesses offering tanning services must collect a 10 percent excise tax on the tanning services they provide. This excise tax requirement is part of the Affordable Care Act that was enacted in March 2010.

Use IRS Form 720, Quarterly Federal Excise Tax Return to report and pay the indoor tanning tax due by May 2, 2011. Act fast and report it electronically at www.TaxExcise.com

What is taxable indoor tanning service?

Taxable indoor tanning service means a service employing any electronic product designed to incorporate one or more ultraviolet lamps intended for the irradiation of an individual by ultraviolet radiation, with wavelengths in air between 200 and 400 nanometers, to induce skin tanning

Who must pay the indoor tanning services tax?

Indoor tanning service providers are responsible for collecting the tax from the person paying for the service and in some situations, from the person receiving the service.What is taxable indoor tanning service?

Taxable indoor tanning service means a service employing any electronic product designed to incorporate one or more ultraviolet lamps intended for the irradiation of an individual by ultraviolet radiation, with wavelengths in air between 200 and 400 nanometers, to induce skin tanning.

Who must report the tax to the government?

The person receiving the payment for the indoor tanning service must report the indoor tanning services tax on and remit the full amount of tax with a timely filed return.

How do I report the indoor tanning services tax?

Report the indoor tanning services tax on Form 720, Quarterly Federal Excise Tax Return electronically at www.TaxExcise.com and get it accepted by the IRS in minutes.