huh April Fools …. Not really. 2020 the year of the Rat, has started with a global occurrence that is so fluid for Hawaii, the United States, for the World. So, encompassing – from personal living and world economies to sports and entertainment. COVID-19 has practically touched everyone.
As you been watching and living in Hawaii, we are currently under order by State and City government to “Stay At Home / Work From Home Order” from March 22, 2020. Unless, you are considered an “Essential” business. All restaurants closed, unless serving takeout, tourism is basically out of business, all sports postponed till further notice or cancelled, and every school closed and scrambling to figure out on how to set up online schooling.
Needless to say, the Hawaii, United States, and World economies are going to take huge hit. The US Congress has approved $2 TRILLION coronavirus rescue package. Though, we will see if the little people get any direct assistance.
As for Hawaii, some consolation is that we are a bit isolated from the US mainland and the world. So, hopefully we don’t get hit hard by COVID-19, like other metropolitan areas. But all we can do is our best and stick together and “Don’t Point Fingers!”, till this is over.
Tax deadlines: Federal tax returns for individuals, trusts & estates, corporate and other non-corporate tax filers are now due July 15, 2020 for tax year 2019. Though estimated tax payments for 2020 should be done on time – 1st payment due April 15, 2020 for tax year 2020.
State of Hawaii tax returns for individual, trusts & estates, corporation and other non-corporate tax filers are now due July 20, 2020 for tax year 2019. Though estimated tax payments for 2020 should be done on time – 1st payment due April 20, 2020 for tax year 2020.
We are still handling and processing 2019 tax returns, you can drop off documents, packages, shoe-boxes at the 1314 South King Street, Suite 622. We are checking everyday and are here for you. Or contact us at (808) 596-8208 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Association, and commercial property management company we are still open to assist all owners and tenants get through this COVID-19 pandemic. Which has isolated everyone from each other and limited living assistance for many people. It has halted all types of operations, programs, projects, etc.
You might say in away it has “Stopped Time”. Pure Management will continue with all day to day operations, with the fairness, understanding, and caring that we can manage under such a unprecedent event in our generation. Owners, tenants, vendors, contractors, and others - your wellbeing is very important to us and we will do our best to accommodate all your needs.
staffing operations are unfortunately in re-building process. We working toward building up our temporary staffing pool of employees, by commencing with an Nursing Assistant (NA) school.
We had our first class for Japanese speaking students – translated all class work and also materials from English to Japanese.
Which included all class room instructions translation from English to Japanese, during daily instructions. To our understanding this is the first official licensed class – geared toward Japanese students.
We had scheduled a Japanese NA class to commence April 1, 2020, which needed to be cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.