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Tennessee wants to tax complimentary hotel breakfast
New tax legislation currently in committee in Tennessee proposes a tax on the complimentary breakfast served at most hotels in the state. The rationale? Those in favor of the bill say it could raise as much as 2 million dollars in revenues. However, officials are quick to point out the new tax wouldn't necessarily impact the hotel guest. The tax would be paid for by the hotel, unless the hotel decides to pass on the cost to their customers.
What are the chances the bill becomes reality? We'll wait and see, and in the meantime we suggest you stock up on the free rolls and danishes.
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