The vacation rental tax legislation, Senate Bill 1292, recently passed in the Hawaii Legislature, now in front of Gov. David Ige for consideration, is a fatally flawed bill that could ultimately cost millions in property tax revenue, hamstring localities’ ability to regulate vacation rentals and ultimately lead to irreversible economic damage by increasing housing costs for average Hawaii residents. Read more
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