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Oceanside, Airbnb announce short-term rental tax collection agreement


Last updated 5/9/2019 at 8:45pm

The city of Oceanside and vacation rental website Airbnb announced an agreement Thursday, April 25, to collect vacation rental taxes that will benefit the city’s general fund.

Airbnb will start collecting the city’s 10% transient occupancy tax and 1.5% tourism marketing district tax, May 1, on all of its vacation rental listings in Oceanside. Airbnb will collect the taxes at the time renters pay for their reservation, then remit the revenue to the city. San Diego and Carlsbad have similar agreements with the company.

The city collected roughly $2.5 million in transient occupancy taxes...

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