Hawaii Administrative Rules
Title 18 - DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION
Chapter 237 - GENERAL EXCISE TAX LAW
Subchapter 2 - LICENSES; TAX; EXEMPTIONS
Section 18-237-29.53-02 - Exemption for contracting and services exported out of state, in general

Universal Citation: HI Admin Rules 18-237-29.53-02

Current through November, 2023

(a) Absent bad faith all of the value or gross income derived from contracting or services performed by a person engaged in a service business or calling are exempt from general excise tax if the contracting or services are used or consumed outside of the State; provided that services performed for a purchaser who resells the services are exempt from general excise tax only if the purchaser resells all of the services for use or consumption outside the State.

(b) If contracting or services are used or consumed both in and outside of the State, all of the value or gross income will be subject to general excise tax in proportion to the benefit received in the State. Any reasonable method of apportioning all of the value or gross income may be used; provided that the method is consistently used by the taxpayer and supported by verifiable data that reasonably quantifies the proportionate benefit received in the State.

[Eff 3/17/2018] (Auth: HRS §§ 231-3(9), 237-8) (Imp: HRS § 237-29.53)

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