1% hotel tax collection up 8.7% in March

COLLECTION OF the 1% hotel tax - which includes home rentals - in Rhode Island increased 8.7% year over year in March. / COURTESY DURKIN COTTAGE REALTY
COLLECTION OF the 1% hotel tax - which includes home rentals - in Rhode Island increased 8.7% year over year in March. / COURTESY DURKIN COTTAGE REALTY
PROVIDENCE – Collection of the 1% hotel tax in Rhode Island in March totaled $273,920, an 8.7% year-over-year increase, according to the R.I. Department of Revenue Thursday. Collections from traditional hotels totaled $211,862 for the month, a 1% decline from March 2018. Collections from room reseller and hosting platforms increased 114.9% year over year to…

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