Short-term rentals, such as those booked via Airbnb or Vrbo, are subject to the County's Hotel Lodging Tax. Airbnb revenues are reported separately from all other short-term rental revenues. The owner of the short-term rental unit is responsible for filing quarterly reports at: Lodging Room Rental Tax Portal | Host Compliance
Anyone who advertises a short-term rental unit is required to file on a quarterly basis. Please refer to the filing due dates page for more detailed information.
You can file your report at https://secure.hostcompliance.com/bucks-county-pa/permit-registration/welcome
Yes. Our reporting portal accounts for payments already made through Airbnb. While Airbnb remits payment on an owners behalf, they do not submitted the accompanying reports. Even if you do not owe additional tax, you are still required to file quarterly reports.
Any property rented for less than thirty (30) days. This includes private rentals in addition to those booked through sites such as Airbnb or Vrbo.
You can find your property's parcel number using the County's lookup tool: Bucks County Parcel & Floodplain Viewer (arcgis.com)
The Bucks County Treasurer's Office began requiring short term rental owners to file and remit the Hotel Lodging Tax in June 2021.