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Transient Occupancy Tax

Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) is a local tax imposed on lodging accommodations, typically hotels, motels, and short-term rentals. It is levied on guests who occupy these accommodations for a short duration, usually less than 30 days. TOT is collected by lodging providers on behalf of the local government and is used to fund various municipal services and tourism-related initiatives.

What is Transient Occupancy Tax used for?

Transient Occupancy Tax is used to fund local government services and tourism-related initiatives, such as public safety, transportation, infrastructure improvements, and marketing efforts to promote tourism.

Who is responsible for collecting Transient Occupancy Tax?

Lodging providers, including hotels, motels, and short-term rental hosts, are typically responsible for collecting Transient Occupancy Tax from guests at the time of check-out and remitting it to the local government.

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