Tourism in Texas is booming, and Texas has been on a hot streak for years.
In fact, Texas has become one of the fastest growing economies in the world in the past decade.
But Texas has a serious tourism problem.
Texas has some of the highest tourism taxes in the United States.
The Texas Tourism Tax Commission estimates the state’s overall tourism industry costs about $1.5 billion a year, but the actual value of the taxes is more than twice that amount.
It’s estimated that Texas taxes nearly one in four tourists.
The state has the highest state tax on tourists, at $2,000.
The top state tax rate in the country is 35%.
And Texas has the third highest tax on hotel rooms in the nation at a whopping $18,500.
That’s a big deal when you consider that Texas is home to about 1.6 million people.
Texas also has the largest economy in the U.S. with a GDP per capita of $43,732.
That number is higher than any other state except Florida.
But that doesn’t mean the state doesn’t have its fair share of problems.
For starters, Texas is a state that is highly dependent on tourism.
It is one of only three states that relies on tourism for all or part of its GDP.
That means that Texas needs more than $1 billion a day in tourism tax revenue to cover its budget.
The problem is that many of the big tourist resorts that make up Texas’s tourism industry are located outside of the state.
And many of those hotels are owned by companies that don’t have a strong relationship with the state government.
So when the state loses tourism dollars, it can’t keep up with the growing demand.
For instance, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram recently reported that the annual hotel occupancy rate for hotel rooms is the lowest in the state, and only 5% of the hotel room nights are booked during peak hours.
Even more alarming, hotel occupancy rates have been declining for the past year.
The average occupancy rate in 2016 was 7%, but it fell to 6% in 2017 and has dropped to 3% in 2018.
So while the average occupancy is lower, it is still much higher than the national average.
The reason for the lower occupancy rates is because Texas is so dependent on the tourism industry that the state has no other choice but to keep those hotels open.
When a resort has too many empty rooms, the resort can’t take on the extra costs associated with the additional guests.
In addition, if a resort’s occupancy is declining, it has less money to spend on operations, and it has to pay out of pocket to its employees.
This means the resort doesn’t get the tax revenue it needs to maintain its hotels.
And the hotels that remain open also have to pay higher hotel taxes.
There is a big difference between a resort that has a good relationship with its local government and a hotel that has no relationship with that government.
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