Mont. May Raise Park Tax Rate From 3% to 5% (1/17/2019)
Story by Woodall's Campground Management
A bill in the Montana House of Representatives would increase the tax rate for accommodations and vehicle rentals and allow certain local taxing authorities to create their own versions of the tax, according to law360.com.
H.B. 194, introduced Monday (Jan. 14), would increase the tax rate on accommodations and campgrounds to 5% from 3%, and the rate on rental vehicles to 7% from 4%. It also would allow high-tourism localities to authorize a local sales and use tax of up to 3% on accommodations, campgrounds and vehicle rentals.
The bill would require short-term rental marketplaces to register with the Montana DepartmentÂ ofÂ RevenueÂ and collect the tax.
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