What is the definition of an establishment responsible for local hospitality tax collection?
An establishment shall mean any business, private club, or nonprofit institution other than a private club which has a fixed place of operations, or uses a mobile device on a regular basis, within the city and which from that location or device sells prepared meals and/or beverages inclusive of alcoholic beverages, beer and wine, whether for on premises consumption, take out, or delivery. As used in this definition, nonprofit institution shall include any medical, educational, or social service facility which makes the service of prepared meals and beverages available for sale to the public at large on a regular basis.

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1. What is a local hospitality tax?
2. Does the hospitality tax reduce my business earnings?
3. Where does this tax money go?
4. What is the definition of an establishment responsible for local hospitality tax collection?
5. Which business types are required to collect and remit money to the city?
6. How will this tax be remitted to the City of Hardeeville?
7. The tax must be remitted:
8. What is considered a prepared meal?
9. What sales are affected by the Local Hospitality Tax?
10. Establishments:
11. These items are EXEMPT from the Local Hospitality Tax:
12. What happens if my hospitality tax form is postmarked after the 20th day following my closing period?
13. Where should I send my hospitality tax payments?
14. How long do I need to keep my records?
15. What happens if I fail to make the required hospitality tax payments?
16. If you have additional questions.