It's a tough time to be a destination management company. In several states, attempts to classify DMCs as "resellers"—which would result in the collection of sales taxes, including, in some cases, back taxes, penalties, and interest for up to 10 years—are being challenged by the DMC industry. But so far, only DMCs in Texas have been successful in getting their voices heard. In the past three years, virtually every DMC in California has either been audited or has been informed that they ...

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