Pending Offers in Compromise
The following Offers in Compromise have been tentatively accepted by the Department of Taxation.
Pursuant to the Hawaii Revised Statutes, Section 231-3(10), the director of the department of taxation with the approval of the governor, may compromise any tax claim where the tax exceeds $50,000 and may compromise any tax claim where the tax is $50,000 or less without seeking the approval of the governor. In the latter case, the department shall post each proposed compromise on the department’s Internet website for five calendar days before the director signs the compromise.
|Name||Ki Suk Kim|
|Tax Amount Assessed||$68,700.28|
|Total Amount Owed:||$62,632.54|
|Actual Payment(s) made & date(s):||$35,679.79|
|Reason for Compromise||There exists doubt as to the collectibility due to the financial condition of the taxpayer. The amount offered is deemed to be more than what could be collected from the taxpayer over a reasonable period of time.|
|Expiration Date *||10/23/2017|
* Date that information will be removed from the website.