Is anyone exempt from the Hotel Room Tax?

Yes. Permanent residents are exempt from this tax. A permanent resident is defined as anyone occupying or possessing the right to occupy a room, for 30 consecutive nights or longer. Pennsylvania State and Federal employees, on official business, are also exempt from this tax.

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1. What is the tax?
2. How does the County use the money?
3. Who must register?
4. How do I register my lodging?
5. What is the Hotel Tax rate?
6. Is anyone exempt from the Hotel Room Tax?
7. How will the implementation of the tax be handled regarding food if it is included in the price of the room?
8. How do I obtain additional copies of the required tax reporting forms?
9. How often must I file a lodging tax report?
10. How do I avoid a late penalty payment?