A proposal to tax REITs could cost the state of Hawaii a fortune


This year, Senate Bill 301 — which would eliminate a corporate income tax deduction on dividends paid to shareholders by real estate investment trusts that own the largest hotels, office buildings and shopping centers in Hawaii — has gone farther than any of its previous iterations.

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