June 21, 2018: The Supreme Court of the United States today decided Wayfair, Inc. v. South Dakota, and held that “physical presence” is not necessary before States can validly apply their taxing powers to businesses that have neither persons nor … 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
Keep Abreast of What the Legislature Is Doing to You Although 2016 is an election year in which legislators traditionally tread lightly in the taxation arena, a few blockbusters may arise. The teachers’ union has already said it wants a … Read More
Official Hawaii Release Party: National Tax Foundation’s 2016 State Business Tax Climate Index Exclusive Event – Free of Charge Thursday, December 3rd 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM 1132 Bishop St. Suite 1585 As featured in…. The Economist, The New York Times, … Read More
It appears your Web browser is not configured to display PDF files. No worries, just click here to download the PDF file. Fill out my online form. Breakfast Briefing Tickets Member $45.00 USDNon-Member $60.00 USD
Lawsuit Challenges 10% Skimmed by State from Honolulu Rail Surcharge HONOLULU, HAWAII–October 21, 2015–The Tax Foundation of Hawaii, a nonprofit taxpayer watchdog organization, has filed suit against the State of Hawaii to halt the State’s practice of skimming tens of … Read More
Thank you for making the Tax Foundation of Hawaii’s Annual Member Luncheon a success! A copy of Tom Yamachika’s presentation can be found here and an unabridged copy of Representative Sylvia Luke’s presentation can be found here.