The Hospitality Tax/Fee is a city tax or fee that everyone who eats in a restaurant, rents a room for a week or two, goes to a show or plays golf in North Myrtle Beach will pay whether they live in North Myrtle Beach or another state.
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The tax is imposed on the following:
The gross proceeds derived from the lease or rental of sleeping accommodations supplied to the same person for a period of 90 continuous days or more are not considered proceeds from transients.
The fee is imposed on the following:
The Hospitality Tax is collected through:
The Hospitality Fee is collected through:
The City adopted the Hospitality Tax and Fee in order to diversify its revenue sources and not place continuing burdens upon business and residents through the business license tax and property tax. The Hospitality Tax and Fee was identified as an equitable way for residents and visitors to the City to contribute to the cost of:
The fee (based on your monthly gross receipts) is to be remitted monthly by the 20th of the following month to the City Revenue Department with the appropriate reporting forms. A discount of 2% of the fee due is allowed if the remittance is made on or before the due date. A penalty of 5% of the unpaid balance per month for each month past due is imposed on late payments.
Access the Hospitality Fee Submission Form (PDF).
In addition to our Hospitality Tax and Fee, the State of South Carolina imposes a: