Department of Tax

The mission of the Department of Tax is to administer the tax laws for the State of Hawaii in a consistent, uniform, and fair manner.

They are the official source for information concerning applicable Hawaiian tax law and forms.

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Hawaiʻi Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs (DCCA)


DCCA is made up of 12 divisions and offices.

The major services of these divisions and offices are:

  • The registration of businesses, securities and franchises
  • The chartering or licensing of financial institutions, escrow depositories, money transmitters, professionals, insurance agents and companies, security dealers, brokers and investment advisers
  • The regulation of cable franchises
  • The examination of financial institutions, insurance companies; security dealers and investment advisers for health and soundness
  • The handling of complaints against those entities that DCCA regulates
  • Protecting and advancing the interests of consumers of regulated utility and transportation services
  • Providing consumer education through brochures, videos and live presentations

A quick summary can be found in DCCA’s Directory of Services Brochure.

In addition to the above, the department has published a brochure on information regarding the renting of residential property.

See the Brochure

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