Schedule 8 (Form 8849) (10-2006)
You must enter your registration number. You are registered
if you received a letter of registration with a registration
number from the IRS that has not been revoked or
suspended. If you do not have a registration number, you
cannot make this claim. Use Form 637, Application for
Registration (For Certain Excise Tax Activities), to apply for
Attach Schedule 8 to Form 8849. On the envelope write
“Registered Credit Card Issuer Claim” and mail to the IRS at
the address under Where To File in the Form 8849
Lines 1 Through 5
Claim requirements. The following requirements must be
1. The claim must be for taxable fuel sold during a period
that is at least 1 week.
Note. If the requirements above are not met for lines 1
through 3, see Annual Claims in the Form 8849 instructions.
2. The amount of the claim must be at least $200. To meet
this minimum, amounts from lines 1 through 5 may be
3. The claim must be filed by the last day of the first
quarter following the earliest quarter of the claimant’s income
tax year included in the claim. For example, a calendar-year
claimant’s claim for diesel fuel sold during September and
October must be filed by December 31.
Add all amounts in column (c) and enter the result in the
total refund box at the top of the schedule.
New Schedule 8, Registered Credit Card Issuers, is used by
registered credit card issuers to make a claim for refund or
payment of tax paid on certain sales of taxable fuel (diesel
fuel, kerosene, and gasoline) to state and local governments
and certain sales of gasoline to nonprofit educational
organizations. The taxable fuel must have been purchased
with a credit card issued to the state or local government or
nonprofit educational organization by the credit card issuer
making the claim. These rules apply to taxable fuel sold after
December 31, 2005.
How To File
Claims may be made for the fuels and uses as listed on
lines 1 through 5. To make a claim, the credit card issuer
Purpose of Schedule
See Model Certificate R in Pub. 510, Excise Taxes for 2006.
1. Be registered by the IRS, and
2. Meet the conditions described in the note above line 1.
If 1 and 2 above are not met, or if the taxable fuel is
purchased without the use of a credit card issued by the
credit card issuer to a state or local government or nonprofit
educational organization, the credit card issuer cannot make