Tourism

June 23, 2014 12:00 AM

New law aims to enforce tax collections on vacation rentals by owner

South Carolina has a new law aiming to crack down on homeowners who rent their properties to tourists but don’t collect accommodations and sales taxes, a problem local tourism leaders say has grown since the Great Recession.

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