The Senate Ways & Means Committee, chaired by Sen. Jill Tokuda, heard and then killed no less than five bills of broad applicability: SB 2478, which would have established a state defined benefit fund to pay long-term care expenses of … Read More
by Joselyn Olinares, Grassroot Institute, Oct 14, 2015 The money spent on overtime expenditures is not “free money”, it comes from somewhere (or rather someone). Any guesses to who that someone is? — It’s you, the taxpayer. Kauai taxpayers are … Read More
On September 8, 2015, the Attorney General of Hawaii issued Opinion No. 15-1 to Sen. Sam Slom relating to the State’s deduction of 10% of the gross proceeds of the county surcharge, for “administrative costs.” The actual opinion is attached. … Read More
The Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council’s “Small Business Tax Index 2015” ranks the states from best to worst in terms of the costs of their tax systems on entrepreneurship and small business. This year’s edition of the Index pulls together … Read More
Erin Carlyle Forbes Staff Tax day is finally here, and with it hopefully a refund in the bank account–or if not, then at least a strategy for a better 2015. Since part of that strategy could be moving to a more … Read More
The Supreme Court of Hawaii, on March 17, 2015, issued its opinion in In re Travelocity.com, L.P., SCAP-13-0002896.