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Hawaii Rental Income Taxes

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Big Island Real Estate - Hawaii Rental Income Taxes

For any rental, regardless of how many days the rental period is, an owner is required to pay 4.712% tax on rental income, which is called GET (General Excise Tax) – similar to a consumption tax.

Additionally, for rentals less than 180 days, an owner will also have to pay TAT (transient accommodation tax), which is 10.25% in addition to the 4.712% GET.

Typically for rentals less than 180 days, an owner will pass on the GET and TAT to the tenant (just as they would pay these taxes when staying in a hotel), so net, there are no costs to the owner (charge the tenant and then pay the State’s tax office).

>> State of Hawaii Rental Income Tax Brochure

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