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Tourist Development Tax
My rental property is handled by a property manager or rental agent. What happens if my manager or agent doesn't remit the tourist tax?
This answer has been viewed 451 times and was last updated on 10/23/2017.
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As the property owner, you are ultimately responsible for ensuring the required tax is paid. If your property manager or rental agent fails to pay the tax, you are responsible for the tax amount due and any penalties.

As the property owner, you have the ability to view your accounts online to see the amounts remitted on your behalf, so you can monitor your accounts to ensure they're being paid.

 
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