Airbnb collects $2.9 million in state taxes in year’s time
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Airbnb on Monday reported it has paid about $2.9 million in meals and rentals taxes during the first 12 months after a tax agreement with the state took effect.
Airbnb, while attracting more guests each year to stay at its listed properties in New Hampshire, pays a small fraction of what the state collects overall.
The state collected $338.4 million in such taxes during the same time frame covering Nov. 1, 2017 through Oct. 31, 2018, according to the Department of Revenue Administration.