By Payroll and Entitlements Editorial Staff
The Hawaii Department of Taxation has updated its publication that provides personal income tax information for nonresident military servicemembers. The updated publication notes that a taxpayer’s presence in the state solely to comply with military orders does not make the taxpayer a resident. Further, the publication states that there are limitations to tax credits that are allowed to nonresidents. Topics covered in the publication include: residency, domicile, exempt income, and return and payment forms and due dates, penalties and interest, filing status, tax rates, deductions, and credits. (Hawaii Department of Taxation, Tax Facts 97-2, revised March 2019.).
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