Voters should expect to see a question on the Nov 6 ballot about taxing investment property to pay for public education. The Senate voted to put the question to voters, which would to establish a surcharge on residential investment property … Read More
What is the Impact? Does the average taxpayer pay more or less under the new Trump tax laws? Do businesses and the wealthy fare better than regular citizens? These and other questions we answered in this insightful conversation between … Read More
By Noelle Fujii and Steve Petranik The first significant federal tax reform in 30 years will provide major savings for Hawaii businesses and corporations starting with this tax year but the changes are complex and still evolving, according to a … Read More
Tom will be a panelist on this event sponsored by Hawaii Business Magazine. For information and to register check out the flyer! Mahalo!
THE 2018 SESSION CALENDAR: A GUIDE TO THE DEADLINES 2018 Calendar Legislative Timetable JAN 17 OPENING DAY – Hawaii’s constitution mandates that the regular legislative session starts at 10:00 a.m. on the third Wednesday of January. JAN 19 LAST DAY … Read More
The Department will hold five public hearings on Tuesday, October 17, 2017, at the Princess Ruth Keelikolani Building, Room 314, 830 Punchbowl St., Honolulu, HI 96813, to allow the public to comment on the proposed adoption of the following administrative … Read More
President Tom Yamachika addresses the implications of the new tax code passed by Congress that will see changes take effect in 2018 and how the new tax code will affect non-profit organizations. Click here for full video
Despite promises that the Republican tax cuts would benefit the middle class, the consensus from independent sources seems to be rather the opposite: that the rich would benefit and people on society’s bottom rung would suffer. Listen to the segment here.