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#1 mikki222

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Posted 25 October 2010 - 12:55 PM

I am currently living in a hotel in Reno, NV... waiting for a house.  We have been told by many people that after 30 days of stay they can't charge tax.


We know of a few of the people who have been here as long or longer than us and they aren't charged taxes but the hotel continues to charge us taxes... What is the law on this?



#2 Fallen

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Posted 26 October 2010 - 03:47 AM

"We have been told by many people that after 30 days of stay they can't charge tax."

So ask the "many people" to cite the statute.  Have no idea about such a law, but I suppose you can pester the state tax revenue folks.


 


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#3 Lampie

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Posted 08 November 2010 - 03:01 PM

Not sure if this is also true in Nevada, but it is true in Texas, from personal experience.  In fact, the hotel refunded the hotel tax that they had collected for the first 30 days.  Something to do with a changed status in the tax code from transient to resident.   Look up the Nevada Tax code and search for hotel or motel or boardinghouse.





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