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Avalara MyLodgeTax Inks Partnership with Vacation Rental Management Association

Avalara today announced a strategic partnership agreement between Avalara MyLodgeTax and the Vacation Rental Management Association (VRMA)....Continued

New short-term rental rules starting in California, Colorado, and Hawaii

As a vacation rental host, it's wise to know about several new rules going into effect in various locations in the U.S. over the next few months....Continued

Income taxes are due April 15. Do you know when your vacation rental taxes are due?

As a short-term rental operator, keeping up with which tax has to be filed where and when can be a time-consuming chore....Continued

Why lodging taxes are important for property managers

Learn how several trends make lodging taxes an essential part of the short-term rental property manager’s arsenal....Continued

Court rules against Airbnb in Santa Monica case

The ruling permits the city to once again enforce all the provisions of the law, including tax requirements. ...Continued

New rules for Denver Airbnbs start in April

The city of Denver, Colorado, has new rules for short-term rental operators that will go into effect April 10. ...Continued

New Mexico law requires all vacation rentals to collect lodging taxes

The new law closes a loophole that exempted short-term rental hosts offering fewer than three rooms from collecting local lodging tax....Continued

What’s the difference between income taxes and short-term rental lodging taxes?

In addition to income taxes, most vacation rental operators are also responsible for short-term rental lodging taxes. It’s important to understand the requirements of each kind of tax....Continued

New York City subpoenas Airbnb, HomeAway for host data

The city wants to force short-term rental platforms to turn over data for approximately 20,000 listings in order to see which vacation rental hosts might be breaking the law. ...Continued

Judge blocks Hawaii from subpoenaing Airbnb host records

Hawaii First Circuit Court Judge James Ashford ruled the state failed to prove that a substantial number of Airbnb hosts are disobeying tax laws. ...Continued