As the summer season heads toward its peak, Rhode Island’s six tourism districts’ budgets will see a long-awaited boost from taxes generated by housing rentals on online platforms. Distribution of the 5% lodging tax on room rentals collected by third-party hosting platforms such as Airbnb now includes a cut for local tourism districts. The change…
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