Prior to Checking In Your Crews, Research the Hotel’s Tax Policies

Different municipalities impose different tax requirements upon transient lodgers. For example, many waive that tax once a given crew stays at a lodging facility for more than 30 days. Andrea Tsakanikas, founder and President of CrewFacilities, states that some municipalities even refund the tax paid for the first 30 nights once a room has been occupied consistently for that period.  Companies that work with travel managers like obtain assistance in tracking each reservation by location to ensure when credits are due, or tax is no longer required, that you will then only pay the nightly room rate.  That way it does not take their in-house administrative labor to stay up to date on each housing location’s tax intricacies.


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