What is a local accommodations tax?
The Hardeeville City Council authorized the levy of a three percent (3%) local accommodations tax is hereby imposed on the gross proceeds derived from the rental of any rooms (excluding meeting rooms), campground spaces, recreational vehicle spaces, lodgings or sleeping accommodations furnished to transients by any hotel, inn, condominium, motel, "bed & breakfast," residence or any other place in which rooms, lodgings or sleeping accommodations are furnished to transients for a consideration within the city. The gross proceeds derived from the lease or rental of sleeping accommodations supplied to the same person or persons for a period of ninety (90) continuous days are not considered proceeds from transients.

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1. What is a local accommodations tax?
2. Does the Accommodations tax reduce my business earnings?
3. Where does this tax money go?
4. How will this tax be remitted to the City of Hardeeville?
5. The tax must be remitted:
6. What happens if my accommodations tax form is postmarked after the 20th day following my closing period?
7. Where should I send my accommodations tax payments?
8. How long do I need to keep my records?
9. What happens if I fail to make the required accommodations tax payments?
10. If you have additional questions.