Laws & Taxes

Laws & Taxes

New value allocation approach applied to Kaua’i condominiums

LĪHU‘E, HI - April 07, 2009 - (RealEstateRama) — County officials announced that a new value allocation approach is now being applied to Kaua'i condominiums and resort-zoned properties. After conducting site visits to all condominium properties on the island, the real property assessment office determined that the allocation of values between building and land for these properties needed to take into account differences in view plains and location within each project to better mirror their market values

Realtor Sentenced in Tax Case

HONOLULU — Sylvia K. Berrington was sentenced before the Honorable Faye K. Koyanagi in Honolulu District Court for failing to file her annual general...

Florida Man Sentenced for Filing False Tax Refunds

HONOLULU — On February 25, 2008, Christopher E. Burns was sentenced before the Honorable Judge Richard W. Pollack for receiving false refunds in the...

Real Estate Brokers Sentenced in Tax Cases

HONOLULU, HAWAII, February 21, 2008 — Two Honolulu real estate brokers were sentenced on February 13, 2008 in separate tax cases before the Honorable Russell...

Oct. 1 is Deadline to Apply for County Tax Credit and Home Exemptions

The City and County of Honolulu reminds homeowners that Monday, Oct. 1, 2007, is the deadline to apply for real property tax relief programs...

This Side of Paradise

KAUAI, Hawaii -- The island of Kauai has long been a magnet for visitors from the mainland as well as the main island. With...

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HGIA INVITES PROPOSALS TO FINANCE CLEAN ENERGY PROJECTS

The Hawaii Green Infrastructure Authority (HGIA) today announced its Open Solicitation for Financing Arrangements — a call for proposals from clean energy developers, financiers, and other industry participants seeking Green Energy Market Securitization (GEMS) fund support for clean energy projects in the State of Hawaii.

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Homeowners with Exemptions Reminded to File State Tax Returns

The Department of Finance, Real Property Assessment Division, would like to remind homeowners that due to a change in requirements, those residents who have qualified for exemptions in the past must now file a state resident income tax form or risk being disqualified