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LEASE BLANK AGREEMENT LEASE BLANK AGREEMENT

WE WILL PROVIDE YOU WITH A BASIC LEASE AGREEMENT FOR YOU TO COMPLETE.

Our Price: $10.00
TEMP TRIP AND/OR FUEL PERMIT TEMP TRIP AND/OR FUEL PERMIT

When you do not have states listed with your IRP and/or IFTA accounts and need to take a run in a non registered state you must apply for a temp pass to do so.

Our Price: $25.00
LEASE AGREEMENT COMPLETED LEASE AGREEMENT COMPLETED

WE WILL FILL OUT AND COMPLETE YOUR LEASE AGREEMENT NEEDED.

Our Price: $35.00
OVERSIZE OR OVERWEIGHT PERMIT OVERSIZE OR OVERWEIGHT PERMIT

APPLYING FOR PERMITS TO COVER OVER SIZED OR OVER THE WEIGHT LOADS.

Our Price: $50.00
REVACATE MC AND/OR USDOT NUMBER REVACATE MC AND/OR USDOT NUMBER

If you are going out of business and/or applied and do not wish to proceed with your USDOT or MC Authority you need to file to have both MC and DOT numbers revoked.

Operating authority can be activated at any time in the future by requesting reinstatement of the authority along with a reinstatement of DOT.


Our Price: $50.00
EIN TAX ID NUMBER EIN TAX ID NUMBER

The Employer Identification Number (EIN), also known as the Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN) or the Federal Tax Identification Number, is a unique nine-digit number assigned by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to business entities operating in the United States for the purposes of identification.
You are required to have an EIN to file for 2290 and State Permits, as well as it's advised to have one to file your Carrier,Broker, or Freight Forward Authority under as well.

Our Price: $65.00
2290 HEAVY HIGHWAY USE TAX 2290 HEAVY HIGHWAY USE TAX

Form 2290 is The heavy vehicle use tax or HVUT is a fee assessed annually by the IRS on heavy vehicles operating on public highways at registered gross weights equal to or exceeding 55,000 pounds. ... the actual unloaded weight of the vehicle fully equipped for service.

Our Price: $95.00
SCAC CODE ( STANDARD CARRIER ALPHA CODE ) SCAC CODE ( STANDARD CARRIER ALPHA CODE )

The Standard Carrier Alpha Code (SCAC) is a unique two-to-four-letter code used to identify transportation companies. NMFTA developed the SCAC identification codes in the mid 1960's to facilitate computerization in the transportation industry.

The Standard Carrier Alpha Code is the recognized transportation company identification code used in the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Accredited Standards Committee (ASC) X12 and United Nations EDIFACT approved electronic data interchange (EDI) transaction sets such as the 856 Advance Ship Notice, the 850 Purchase Order and all motor, rail and water carrier transactions where carrier identification is required. The SCAC is required on tariffs filed with the Surface Transportation Board (STB). The United States Bureau of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has mandated the use of the SCAC for their Automated Commercial Environment (ACE), Automated Manifest (AMS) and Pre-Arrival Processing (PAPS) Systems. SCACs are used in the Food and Drug Administrations (FDA) Prior Notice System Interface (PNSI) used for tracking imported food. SCACs are required when doing business with all U.S. Government agencies and with many commercial shippers including, but not limited to, those in the automobile, petroleum, forest products, and chemical industries as well as suppliers to retail businesses and carriers engaged in railroad piggyback trailer and ocean container drayage. Carriers who use the Uniform Intermodal Interchange Facilities Access Agreement (UIIA) are required to maintain a valid SCAC. The petroleum industry uses SCACs in their integrated software programs that expedite the movement of bills of lading, pipeline tickets, product transfer orders, and inventory data. Many commercial shippers and receivers utilize SCACs in their freight bill audit and payment systems.

Our Price: $125.00
Drug Consortium Drug Consortium



The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), along with the Department of Transportation (DOT), requires that persons subject to the commercial driver’s license (CDL) requirements and their employers follow alcohol and drug testing rules. These rules include procedures for testing, frequency of tests, and substances tested for.

Who's Impacted?

  • Anyone employing CDL drivers to operate commercial motor vehicles (CMVs) on public roads
  • CDL drivers who operate CMVs on public roads
  • Interstate motor carriers
  • Intrastate motor carriers
  • Federal, State, and local governments
  • Civic organizations (disabled veteran transport, boy/girl scouts, etc.)
  • Faith-based organizations

As an employer, you have a responsibility to implement and conduct drug and alcohol testing programs.*An employer who employs himself/herself as a driver must comply with requirements of 49 CFR Part 382 that apply to both employers and drivers. Supervisors will also be subject to a 2 Hour Supervisor Training Course in accordance with the Rule CFR 49 Part 382.

Labworks, US Drug Consortium will provide you with all the Enrollment requirements to exceed DOT’s Rule 49 CFR Part 382 and 40 Compliance Requirements.

· Certificate of Enrollment and Drivers Membership Wallet Card

· Policies and Procedures Manual / Test Kit

· Collection Site Network Nationwide with over 6,000 Locations

· Supervisor Training

· Computerized Random Selection and Certification

· I Immediate Certification as Required By Federal Regulations ( 49 CFR Part 40 )

· Pre-Employment Testing

· Federal Test Forms

· Quarterly and Annual Statistical Reporting

· MRO ( Medical Review Officer ) Review

· 24 Hour Emergency Support Line


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    Information for Service Agents

    Information for Service Agents
  • The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), along with the Department of Transportation (DOT), requires that persons subject to the commercial driver’s license (CDL) requirements and their employers follow alcohol and drug testing rules. These rules include procedures

Our Price: $190.00
INC / LLC LEGAL ENTITY SET UP INC / LLC LEGAL ENTITY SET UP

An association, corporation, partnership, proprietorship, trust, or individual that has legal standing in the eyes of the law. A legal entity has legal capacity to enter into agreements or contracts, assume obligations, incur and pay debts, sue and be sued in its own right, and to be held responsible for its actions.
When setting up a new company two options are to incorporate and set up a corporation (Inc.) or to set up a limited liability company (LLC). Both provide the benefit of personal liability protection, where your personal assets are protected from claims against the corporation. This is a major benefit as if the company fails or happens to be sued you will not end up also losing your personal assets. There are, however, significant differences between the two but we are here to help guide through the differences.

Inc.

Incorporating is the most widespread approach when setting up a business and wanting to protect your personal assets. Key advantages when it comes to incorporating include:
  • Minimize Taxes - Depending on the income your business generates you can potentially keep business income and personal income (taken through salary) in lower tax brackets. Splitting income in this way can minimize your overall tax burden.
  • Widespread Acceptance - As LLC's are a relatively new concept it can sometimes be difficult to obtain funding or access to certain vendors who prefer to deal with corporations.
  • Going Public - An LLC cannot be publicly traded and as a result any company looking to grow and eventually either go public or be acquired by a venture capitalist will need to be a corporation.
  • Extra Taxes - Corporate income is not subject to Social Security or Medicare taxes, whereas an LLC being structured as a personal income flow through will see income subject to these taxes.
  • Additional Benefits - When you have a C corporation you can pay yourself certain benefits like life insurance and parking without being subject to personal tax on the benefit. With an S corporation, LLC, or sole proprietorship these fringe benefits are taxable for anyone holding more than 2% of the business.

LLC

Limited Liability Companies are becoming more and more common and for those not seeking to eventually go public they can be the best way to go. Key advantages when it comes to setting up an LLC include:
  • Filing Requirements - Corporations are required to file a fair amount of ongoing 'admin' paper work related to articles of incorporation, holding and recording director and shareholder meetings, and holding shareholder votes on major decisions (even if there are only 2-3 shareholders). All this needs to be documented and recorded and can be cumbersome for business owners. An LLC doesn't need to do any of this.
  • Single Taxation - An LLC is a flow through entity for tax purposes and doesn't pay taxes on its own behalf. All income flows through to the owners who record income on their personal tax returns.
  • Ownership Flexibility - LLC's have more flexibility in terms of who can own them, particularly when compared to S corporations that have extensive limits on the number of owners and where they can reside.
  • Deductibility of Expenses - LLC losses can be deducted against your other regular income when they are incurred. This cannot be done in corporate business structures.

Inc. vs. LLC

Determining how you want to structure your company should be influenced by where you see the company going and what your ultimate goals are. If you're planning on going public, having operations across many states, or having significant income to manage and split, you are likely to want to incorporate. If you're planning on a smaller scale where your main focus is on effectively protecting your personal assets for the minimum work required, then an LLC is likely your best alternative. Many small service providers and businesses are adopting the LLC model and the popularity of this form of business is expected to grow significantly over the coming years.


Please note that the fee's listed DO NOT include your States filing fee.

Our Price: $350.00