This Civil Beat piece references President Yamachika’s previous Weekly Commentary article. Click the link below to read the full story on the Honolulu Civil Beat website! Honolulu Civil Beat: Where’s The Money, DOE?
In this article, President Yamachika highlights tax increases and their effect on state revenue increases. Full article here.
A review of the tax bills from this session. Tom Yamachika, president of the Tax Foundation of Hawaii, will review the tax bills that have been in play in this session of the Legislature, including the GET bill, the AirBNB … Read More
The issue of shipping repair tax credits has split opinion, especially if they are not applied to the entire industry, but just to one company. Read all about the legislation proposed along with President Yamachika’s take here.
The state’s pitch for a ‘Road Usage Charge’ is hitting speed bumps. President Yamachika believes taxpayers should be able to judge whether their taxes are being spent wisely. Full story here.
The Tax Foundation’s take on benefits of the film industries tax credits to produce here in Hawaii are featured in this Civil Beat article. Full article here.
Talking Tax with Tom. Jay and Tom Yamachika talk about “heading into the 9th inning” of the tax game. The host for this episode is Jay Fidell. The guest for this episode is Tom Yamachika. Full episode here:
In this article, Sen. Rhoads expresses his opinion on President Yamachika’s recent commentary regarding candidates for President and Vice President providing income tax returns in order to be put on the ballot for election here in Hawaii. Full article here: … Read More
Here, President Yamachika discusses the twelve bills targeted towards raising much needed tax revenue here in Hawaii. Full episode here!
Recently, an alert and concerned reporter, when visiting the offices of Senate Ways and Means Committee Chair Donovan Dela Cruz, spotted a whiteboard with 14 bill numbers written on it. All of the bills are supposed to be revenue raisers, … Read More