ThinkTech Hawaii: Owning Property in a Burn Zone (Talking Tax)

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Exploring Owner’s Rights or Lack Thereof. The hosts for this show are Mark Coleman and Tom Yamachika. The guest is Jonathan Helton. These days, there is much talk in the news about rebuilding the burn zone that was once Lahaina. … Read More

The Lahaina Recovery Fund

One of the more innovative items announced by the Governor’s office when it comes to disaster relief measures is the creation of a Lahaina Recovery Fund. In a press release announcing the measure, the Governor’s Office said that the concept … Read More

Owning in a Burn Zone

These days, there is much talk in the news about rebuilding the burn zone that was once Lahaina.  Can the former capital of the Kingdom of Hawaii be restored to its former 1800’s glory?  Should it be keeping a character … Read More

ThinkTech Hawaii: Tourists, Keep Out (Talking Tax)

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Should the Government Force Tourists Out. The hosts for this show are Mark Coleman and Tom Yamachika. As West Maui recovers from the devastating wildfires of a couple of months ago, residents, with some justification, are afraid of similar things … Read More

Who Really Pays?

Have you ever thought about who, really, pays the cost of something like a Lahaina wildfire or a Hurricane Iniki? In the Lahaina wildfire case, victims are getting assistance from our federal and state governments. Some of them are trying … Read More

ThinkTech Hawaii: Tax Relief for Wildfires (Talking Tax)

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Extensions and How They Work. The hosts for this show are Mark Coleman and Tom Yamachika. The guest is Joe Kent. On August 18, 2023, the Internal Revenue Service announced ‘expansive tax relief’ for Hawai’i wildfire victims in Maui and … Read More

ThinkTech Hawaii: Getting Kids to School in Kihei (Talking Tax)

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  When Agencies Fight, Nothing Gets Done. The hosts for this show are Jay Fidell and Tom Yamachika. We focus this week on Kihei, Maui, where our Department of Education (DOE) has been trying to open a new $245 million … Read More

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