Where the Type 15 tax-free transactional certificate is issued by the Revenue Division, the Contractor shall strictly use such certificates in accordance with this Contract and the Agreement between the New Mexico Department of Taxation and Income (*_______ Revenue Division PO Box 630 Santa Fe, New Mexico 87509 UPDATE: A few hours ago, another colleague posted in another AirBnB EIN thread (he received it from a public data page, not from them…). I will try to use it to fill out the NTTC on the CRS/TAP site and will comment here when I find out how everything works. 3) The gross revenue tax that rolls with the rent means that it is difficult to keep an overview of what we actually receive if we reduce the rate, if the unit is empty, when the day approaches in the calendar. Not easy to use. Needless to say, I will deposit before this Friday (I chose the 2x per year deposit option like you – and I always understood that the deadline is the 25th of the month following the calendar of revenues of the period) and that I deposit the amount collected by AirBnB in the “Deduction” column of the CRS online utility. I am not sure what remains to be done in this case to avoid a late filing. It will show an overpayment (due to the larger than required amounts collected by AirBnB) that I expect can be used as a credit for future taxes due, and I expect to receive a letter from NM TRD when they see that I have not submitted payments directly, as I have done in recent years. I`m afraid this will lead to more wasted time and trouble until AirBnB (if and when) does it right. I understand and that there are unscrupulous tenants, but having my accounting reorganized while absorbing MY interest is not the solution. (e) The Contractor shall pay the countervailing tax on the use of New Mexico for all tangible property purchased on the basis of a non-taxable transactional certificate, if such property is not used for federal purposes. In the hope that others will do what you propose – and accumulate AirBnB to get them to simply comply with our state`s guidelines.
2) no rigamorol to ask the customer to pay taxes separate from the rest of the bill – which is ridiculous. This is the only advantage of VRBO over Airbnb; They make it possible to consider taxes as separate expenses and to be paid with the rest of the bill @Keith488 RE: missing items. Sometimes messages are kept in spam for seemingly strange reasons. If you post and it doesn`t appear, write me a DM and I`ll publish it for you as soon as possible. My previous post to this community about this was deleted for one reason or another. I tried to post 4 times. I guess they didn`t appreciate my comments, how confusing it all is and how few answers are offered. And under no circumstances will they provide forms to the owners, based on my calls and emails.
Hello Loretta, unfortunately, I have not progressed. Airbnb is simply saying that we should incorporate it into our pricing. Ideally, it should have been discussed when Airbnb is drawing up a contract between Taos and Santa Fe for filing the sub-tenant tax directly on behalf of the hosts. If every nearby host wrote to Airbnb asking that they add this little entry option to our reservations, if a guest made a reservation, everything would be resolved! It seems pretty easy to make this addition personal, but maybe they don`t want to leave it to the host to enter the service fee amount, so they could make things more complicated than what we`re asking for. . . .