Hawaii Subject | General Excise Tax

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HISB2475Enroll
75%
Clarifies that amounts received or accrued for stevedoring services, wharfage, and demurrage services are exempt under the general excise tax law. (CD1)
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2022-05-06
Enrolled to Governor.
HIHB2466Enroll
75%
Exempts the gross proceeds or income received from the sale of any product resulting from the cultivation and production of unprocessed taro from the general excise tax. Repeals 6/30/2027. (CD1)
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2022-05-05
Received notice of passage on Final Reading in House (Hse. Com. No. 826).
HISB1121Engross
50%
Exempts housing developed by the department of Hawaiian home lands from general excise and use taxes. Effective 7/1/2050. (HD1)
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2022-04-28
Conference committee meeting to reconvene on 04-29-22 1:30PM; Conference Room 325.
HISB2303PassAuthorizes the Director of Taxation to exempt a taxpayer whose annual general excise tax liability does not exceed $100 from monthly, quarterly, or semiannual general excise tax filing requirements; provided that the taxpayer files an annual return. ...
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2022-04-21
Act 008, 04/21/2022 (Gov. Msg. No. 1108).
HISB2863Engross
50%
Exempts amounts received from the sale of feminine hygiene products from the general excise tax. Effective 10/18/2050. (HD1)
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2022-03-18
To House Judiciary & Hawaiian Affairs Committee
HISB2020Engross
50%
Clarifies that, under the general excise tax law, sales to a licensed retail merchant, jobber, or other licensed seller for resale are only eligible for the wholesale tax rate if the resale is subject to the highest general excise tax rate. Adds a si...
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2022-03-16
To House Economic Development Committee
HIHB1184Engross
50%
Exempts the sale of precious metal bullion from the general excise tax. Effective 7/1/2050. (HD1)
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2022-03-11
To Senate Ways and Means Committee
HISB3101Engross
50%
Exempts any homestead development for the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands from the general excise tax and use tax. Effective 7/1/2050. (SD2)
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2022-03-10
To House Judiciary & Hawaiian Affairs Committee
HISB2954Intro
25%
Provides an exemption from the GET, beginning January 1, 2023, for the sale of feminine hygiene products in the State. Effective 1/1/2023. (SD1)
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2022-02-18
To Senate Ways and Means Committee
HIHB1407Intro
25%
Clarifies that, under the general excise tax law, sales to a licensed retail merchant, jobber, or other licensed seller for resale are only eligible for the wholesale tax rate if the resale is subject to the highest general excise tax rate. Adds a si...
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2022-02-15
To House Economic Development Committee
HISB2509Intro
25%
Repeals an exemption to the general excise tax for genetically engineered agricultural products.
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2022-02-14
To Senate Ways and Means Committee
HIHB1919Intro
25%
Exempts certain foods, medical services, and feminine hygiene products from the general excise tax.
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2022-02-04
To House Economic Development Committee
HIHB1155Intro
25%
Requires and appropriates funds to the department of agriculture to apply to register the term "Kona Coffee Blend" as a geographical indication or a similar intellectual property registration with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Establ...
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2022-02-02
To House Agriculture Committee
HIHB1590Intro
25%
Establishes a general excise tax exemption for the gross proceeds or income from the sale of groceries that are eligible under the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) or Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Chil...
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2022-01-26
To House Health, Human Services, & Homelessness Committee
HIHB1636Intro
25%
Exempts the sale of feminine hygiene products from the general excise tax.
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2022-01-26
To House Economic Development Committee
HIHB1627Intro
25%
Clarifies that amounts received or accrued for stevedoring services and related services, wharfage, and demurrage are exempt under the general excise tax law.
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2022-01-26
To House Finance Committee
HISB2431Intro
25%
Exempts the sale of feminine hygiene products from the general excise tax.
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2022-01-24
To Senate Health Committee
HISB2571Intro
25%
Excludes Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program-eligible grocery staples from general excise tax assessment.
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2022-01-24
To Senate Human Services Committee
HISB2841Intro
25%
Exempts agricultural products, including produce, meat, and fish, from the general excise tax. Exempts over-the-counter drugs, medical supplies, and menstrual products from the general excise tax. Establishes a surcharge on the general excise tax and...
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2022-01-24
To Senate Commerce and Consumer Protection Committee
HISB1266Intro
25%
Beginning 1/1/2031, increases the general excise tax to 4.5%. Doubles the amount of the refundable food/excise tax credit. Increase in tax credit applies to taxable years beginning after 12/31/2021.
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2021-12-10
To Senate Ways and Means Committee
HIHB27Intro
25%
Establishes a general excise tax exemption for the gross proceeds or income from the sale of groceries that are eligible under the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) or Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Chil...
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2021-12-10
To House Health, Human Services, & Homelessness Committee
HISB608Intro
25%
Establishes a general excise tax exemption for the gross proceeds or income from the sale of groceries that are eligible under the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program or Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children, r...
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2021-12-10
To Senate Human Services Committee
HIHB158Intro
25%
Extends the period in which a county may adopt a surcharge on state tax, under certain conditions, from 3/31/2019 to 3/31/2022.
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2021-12-10
To House Transportation Committee
HISB148Engross
50%
Requires landlords, lessors, or plaintiffs in a summary possession action based on nonpayment of monetary rent to submit a general excise tax license in good standing as a condition to the issuance of a writ of possession. Effective 5/6/2137. (HD1)
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2021-12-10
To House Finance Committee
HIHB638Intro
25%
Exempts certain foods, medical services, and feminine hygiene products from the general excise tax.
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2021-12-10
To House Economic Development Committee
HISB361Engross
50%
Establishes a general excise tax exemption for the gross proceeds or income from the sale of groceries that are eligible under the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), regardless of the means of purchase and the SNAP eligibility of the p...
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2021-12-10
To House Health, Human Services, & Homelessness Committee
HISB919Intro
25%
Exempts from the general excise tax the sales of advertisements by radio broadcasting stations.
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2021-12-10
To Senate Commerce and Consumer Protection Committee
HISB594Engross
50%
Authorizes the director of taxation to exempt a taxpayer whose annual general excise tax liability does not exceed $100 from monthly, quarterly, or semiannual general excise tax filing requirements; provided that the taxpayer files an annual return. ...
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2021-12-10
To House Finance Committee
HISB990Intro
25%
Authorizes a county with a pre-existing surcharge to continue the surcharge after December 31, 2030 at a lower rate of one-fourth per cent. Authorizes counties that have not adopted a surcharge ordinance on state tax to adopt a surcharge ordinance at...
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2021-12-10
To Senate Public Safety, Intergovernmental and Military Affairs Committee
HISB1265Intro
25%
Increases the general excise tax to 4.5%. Doubles the amount of the refundable food/excise tax credit.
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2021-12-10
To Senate Ways and Means Committee
HISB457Intro
25%
Extends the period in which a county may adopt a surcharge on state tax, under certain conditions, from 3/31/2019 to 3/31/2022.
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2021-12-10
To Senate Public Safety, Intergovernmental and Military Affairs Committee
HISB849Intro
25%
Establishes general excise tax exemptions for food, medical services, and feminine hygiene products.
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2021-12-10
To Senate Health Committee
HIHB277Intro
25%
Short form bill relating to the general excise tax.
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2021-12-10
To House Finance Committee
HIHB520Intro
25%
Provides that an exemption from the general excise tax established by section 201H-36, Hawaii Revised Statutes, that has been approved by the Hawaii housing finance and development corporation shall be provided once the qualified person or firm has f...
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2021-12-10
To House Housing Committee
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