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Posted by on August 30, 2022
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PriorTax is committed to providing the latest tax forms and schedules in conjunction with the Hawaii Department of Revenue. Our Hawaii tax online experts work diligently year-round to stay up-to-date on the latest Hawaii Tax Laws so that we can help lower your state tax burden. In addition, filing your taxes online has never been easier – when you prepare your federal return with PriorTax, we make it quick and easy to complete any resident or non-resident state tax returns for Hawaii. Plus, we’re proud to offer efile and direct deposit for all states with these capabilities.

Reach out to our Tax Service Professionals for Hawaii Tax Online Return

Contact our Tax Service Professionals to check if you need to file a Hawaii tax return for the current or prior year with the State of Hawaii. If you are not eligible for auto-renewal, ensure you get your Hawaii tax return as soon as possible to avoid excessive penalties. This article reviews the most important current state reporting and Hawaii tax return requirements from Single filers in Hawaii to Hawaii LLC Enterprise.

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Hawaii Tax Rate

The state of Hawaii imposes different tax rates for residents and non-residents.

For single filers, the Hawaii tax rate is

  • 1.4% on the first $2,400 of taxable Hawaii income
  • 3.2% on Hawaii income between $2,401 and $4,800
  • 5.5% on Hawaii income between $4,801 and $9,600,
  • 6.4% on Hawaii income between $9,601 and $14,400
  • 6.8% on Hawaii income between $14,401 and $19,200
  • 7.2% on Hawaii income between $19,201 and $24,000

Different tax rates apply to different income levels in Hawaii. For example,

  • Hawaii income between $24,001 to $36,000 are taxed at 7.6%
  • Hawaii income of $36,001 to $48,000 are taxed at 7.9%
  • Hawaii income that fall between $48,001 to $150,000 are taxed at 8.25%
  • Hawaii income that range from $150,001 to $175,000 are taxed at 9%
  • Hawaii income that range from $175,001 to $200,000 are taxed at 10%
  • Hawaii income move than $200,000 are taxed at the rate of 11%

These Hawaii tax rates remain the same for people filing jointly as married; however the income levels are doubled for those individuals.

Filing a Hawaii Tax Extension

Instead of the traditional April 15 deadline, taxpayers in Hawaii have until April 20 to file their returns. The state of Hawaii has different income tax rates for different income levels.

Generally, your tax refunds are issued within 8 weeks of filing your tax return with the Hawaii Department of Taxation. However, suppose you make the wrong choice and are better suited to file more frequently than indicated on your GE tax license application. In that case, the Hawaii Department of Taxes will adjust your filing frequency accordingly and send you written notice. If your adjusted gross income in Hawaii for the tax year was less than $30,000 and you paid more than $1,000 in rent, you may be eligible for a $50 tax credit for each qualifying tax exemption in your household.

Registration in Hawaii may remain in a “Pending” state for a little longer than registration in other states because we also need to request third party access to your Hawaii tax online account to automatically archive your returns. For Hawaii, we may not automatically archive returns until we have third-party access to your Hawaii Tax Online account. Reconciliation can be done online if you have an online account registered for your GE tax license (registration on the Hawaii E-File website is available here), or simply reach out to our PriorTax Tax Service Professionals for Live Tax Support.

How often you need to file GE Hawaii tax forms generally depends on the amount of GE tax you owe during the year. For example, if you pay a total of more than $4,000 in GE tax in Hawaii during the year, you may need to file Form G-45 monthly. Generally, only real estate valued over $5,490,000 is required to file a tax return in the State of Hawaii. The State of Hawaii requires taxes if you are a resident or non-resident and receive income from a Hawaiian source. Anyone doing business in Hawaii must file a state tax return, regardless of whether the individual earns taxable income from the business.

Business Tax and LLC Online Tax filing in Hawaii

Companies in Hawaii usually impose an excise tax on their customers, but this may not be mandatory. Hawaii requires companies to levy an excise tax on the sale of digital goods or services. Out-of-State Sales Hawaiian companies only have to pay out-of-state sales tax if they have connections in other states. If your LLC is going to sell goods to customers in Hawaii, you will need to collect and pay a General Excise Duty (GET; essentially a sales tax).

Now that you have signed up for a Hawaii sales permit and know how to collect the correct sales tax amount from all of your customers, you are ready to file your tax return. But, first, submit your Hawaiian General Excise Tax Return. This can be done with the help of the PriorTax Tax Service Professionals; in addition to Form G-45, Hawaiian general excise taxpayers must complete Form G-49 (Annual Report and Reconciliation of General Excise/Use Tax Declaration) annually.

How to File Hawaii Tax for Businesses?

Business online tax filing in Hawaii requires companies to file general excise returns and file excise payments online. Suppose you subscribe to certain payment services (POS), such as Square or Clover in Hawaii. In that case, you must be registered with the Hawaii Department of Taxes and the Hawaii Department of Labor and Industrial Relations for us to pay and file Hawaii state taxes.

Tax Filing Deadlines for all Hawaii Excise tax filing are on the 20th day of the month unless it is a weekend or federal holiday, in which case the deadline is moved to the next business day.

At PriorTax, we understand how important it is to stay up-to-date on the latest tax laws. So we work with the Hawaii Department of Revenue to ensure our clients access the most recent forms and schedules. As a result, filing taxes online in Hawaii doesn’t have to be complicated or time-consuming – our team of experts can help you every step of the way. Plus, we offer efile and direct deposit for all states that provide these services. So why wait? Let PriorTax help you today!

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