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10 tips for short-term rental hosts: a lodging tax checklist

Here’s a checklist hosts can follow to make sure they’re properly managing their lodging tax obligations — and avoiding the hassle, fines, and penalties that can come with noncompliance. ...Continued

The basics of lodging taxes for property managers of short-term rentals

Here are some general principles about short-term rental lodging taxes to help you get started on building your expertise as a property manager....Continued

Summit County, Colorado, passes new short-term rental law

New rules go into effect immediately, but will not be enforced until June 30, 2019. Short-term rental operators must apply for a permit by June 1. ...Continued

Is Airbnb taxable?

Hosts need to keep in mind that running a short-term rental is a business. And where there’s business, regulations and taxes aren’t too far behind. ...Continued

Who collects Airbnb lodging taxes?

How does the tax get from the guest to the government? It’s important for short-term rental hosts to know the rules....Continued

Understanding the Airbnb tax reporting process

There are two different types of taxes that need to be reported for short-term rentals: income taxes and lodging taxes. Here’s what you need to know about reporting for each....Continued

The 6 most common lodging tax mistakes Airbnb hosts make

Here are six common mistakes short-term rental hosts make as they navigate the ins and out of lodging taxes....Continued

A guide to Airbnb tax forms

When you’re operating a short-term rental, tax obligations come with the territory. And with tax obligations come tax forms....Continued

10 tax tips for short-term rental hosts

Be aware: Taxes go hand in hand with an income-producing business. Here are 10 helpful tips specifically for hosts on what you need to know about taxes for short-term rentals. ...Continued

The risk of short-term rental tax evasion

Because short-term rentals can be a complicated tax area with some gray zones, it can be easy to make mistakes. This can get you in tax trouble. Here are some tips on avoiding that....Continued