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Tax Relief in Hawaii

Tax relief is becoming more prevalent in the state of Hawaii, with one of the highest state income tax rates in the nation at 11%. The median income in Hawaii dropped nearly 15% in recent years, to an average of $61,408. Difficult financial times have increased the number of individuals with delinquent taxes and who could benefit from tax relief.

On the other hand, the average federal income tax paid by Hawaiians, $8,519, is below the national average of $11,715. The state did pass a law in 2009 that established a 15-year statute of limitations on delinquent tax payments in most situations.

Even so, Hawaii residents are feeling the overwhelming stress of owing the IRS and state tax authorities, sometimes being threatened with seized assets or garnished wages. Many struggle to make ends meet with rising costs of food and other necessities, medical expenses incurred outside of insurance plans or with high-deductible plans, and many other financial pressures make it harder for the average person to make ends meet from month to month.

Under these circumstances, it can be extremely difficult to set aside any savings for the purpose of paying taxes at some future point, and when state and federal tax bills arrive, some families have to choose between paying the rent, putting food on the table, or paying governmental tax collection agencies. Tax relief companies are often an effective solution to help Hawaiians with their difficult tax problems. These specialists work with their clients? outstanding tax debts and in some cases can significantly reduce their tax debt.

An expert tax relief company can help Hawaii clients in a number of ways, including validation of tax debt, tax return review, and negotiating with the IRS and state tax authorities in order to reduce clients? total tax burden.

 

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Low-income Detroiters can apply for tax relief, foreclosure prevention

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