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Scottish tourist tax debated by councils

12 Sep 2018

A tourist tax is a levy for visitors. A small charge is usually added to a guest’s hotel bill and is treated in much the same way as VAT. Funds generated from the tax are used for tourism-related purposes such as the upkeep of roads and maintenance of tourist attractions, particularly in high-traffic areas. The tourist tax model is used in several European cities.

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