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Where’s My Hawaii State Tax Refund?

State Taxes

Find information about your Hawaii state income taxes below. Check your filing status and refund for any state.

Map of United States of America highlighting the state Hawaii.

Where’s My Hawaii State Tax Refund?

Check the status of your Hawaii refund using these resources:

State:  Hawaii
Website Status Website:  https://tax.ehawaii.gov/hoihoi/refund.html
Refund Status Phone Support:  1-808-587-4242, 1-800-222-3229
2020 State Tax Filing Deadline:  April 20, 2021

Note: Wait at least 10 weeks before checking the status of your refund for e-filed returns and up to 12 weeks for paper-filed returns.

Hawaii State Tax Brackets

Here is a look at the income tax brackets for the state of Hawaii based on filing status. If you need more information on how tax brackets work you can use our tax bracket calculator.

Tax RateSingle Filers / Married Filing SeparatelyMarried Filing JointlyHead of Household
1.40%$0+$0+$0+
3.20%$2,400+$4,800+$3,600+
5.50%$4,800+$9,600+$7,200+
6.40%$9,600+$19,200+$14,400+
6.80%$14,400+$28,800+$21,600+
7.20%$19,200+$38,400+$28,800+
7.60%$24,000+$48,000+$36,000+
7.90%$36,000+$72,000+$54,000+
8.25%$48,000+$96,000+$72,000+

Hawaii Taxable Income and Deductions

One advantage of paying taxes in Hawaii is that several types of income the federal government deems taxable are not taxed by the state. For example, Social Security benefits should be subtracted from an individual’s income to calculate their total taxable income. Pension earnings are also not taxable in Hawaii.

A down payment on a first home can be subtracted up to $5,000 a year for a total of $25,000. Interest from federal obligations and benefits or premiums paid to legal service plans can also be subtracted to determine a taxpayer’s adjusted gross income in Hawaii.

Taxpayers of Hawaii can also claim itemized deductions on their state tax returns. However, in order to do so, their total sum has to be more than the standard deduction for their filing status. The standard deduction for single filers and those married filing separately is $2,200. Individuals filing as head of household can claim a standard deduction of $3,212, and for people filing married filing jointly it’s $4,400.

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