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Tennessee House Bill 1830: Local Occupancy Tax Collections for registered marketplaces will begin on January 1, 2021 with collections starting on the February 20 due date. For more information, go to the Tennessee Department of Revenue’s website on Local Occupancy Tax.
Our offices are currently closed for in-person payments. To contact our office, email us at Collections.Office@nashville.gov.
The Metropolitan Collections Office, established by the Metropolitan Council, designates the Department of Finance as the tax collections official of certain taxes and fees including tourist accommodation taxes, alcohol privilege taxes, wholesale beer and liquor taxes, and franchise fees.
On June 12, 2012 the Metropolitan Council passed Ordinance BL2012-156 transferring the collection of several taxes from the Davidson County Clerk to the Finance Department Collections Office effective July 1, 2012.
Our office collects the following taxes and fees:
Checks and credit cards are accepted. Checks can be made payable to the Metropolitan Collections Office. Credit card payments are not accepted online. A 1.84% convenience fee will be charged on all credit and debit transactions. This fee is collected by a third party processor. Metro does not receive any portion of this fee.
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