How Occupancy Taxes Work

by Rob Stephens | Jan 16, 2019   ()

Transient occupancy taxes are levied on facilities that provide accommodations for customers. The obvious model is a hotel or motel. But that might be the only thing that’s obvious about these taxes. Like sales taxes, transient occupancy taxes — sometimes called hotel or lodging taxes — can get applied in convoluted ways by state and local governments.
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Source: CPA Practice
Source: CPA Practice

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