Douglas County opens online lodging tax portal
STATELINE, Nev. — Douglas County recently contracted with a company to streamline the process for remitting transient occupancy taxes.
The county is now contracted with HdL Lodging Tax, which will provide the lodging community with support, including return filing, payment, compliance and general support for tax-filing, according to press release.
The Douglas County Finance Department mailed out notification letters to lodging partners on Aug. 15.
“We encourage you to take advantage of our new online filing and payment portal which will allow you the convenience of filing and paying your TOT online,” said Chief Financial Officer Terri Willoughby.
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The TOT Processing Center offers telephone support hours 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, as well as email contact options.
Customer Support: For assistance with registering or filing your TOT returns, you may contact the TOT Processing Center by email at email@example.com or by phone at 530-768-2502.
Submitting Your Transient Occupancy Tax Return: Returns may now be submitted via online, by mail, or by phone to simplify monthly or quarterly reporting.
Filing Online: The county prefers receiving filings through the website. To file online, visit douglascounty.hdlgov.com select the “Start Now” button to begin. At the main menu select “File and pay TOT” to file your TOT return. Payments can be made by electronic check by or credit card.
Filing by Mail: For your convenience an updated TOT return form will be linked to douglascounty.hdlgov.com, beginning Sept. 1. Mail your completed TOT forms and payments to the address below — do not mail your payment to the county address or walk your filing into the county building. Make checks payable to the Douglas County.
Return form and payment to:
TOT Processing Center
8839 N Cedar Ave. No. 212
Fresno, Calif., 93720
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