There are several benefits to becoming a Hawaii resident. Read our blog post about it here.

According to FreeTaxUSA:

In other words, a year of residency typically means you’ve paid taxes in the state of Hawaii, making you eligible for residency.

The State of Hawaii has a helpful page of resources on becoming a resident here. But if it still feels really overwhelming to you, don’t worry! We’re going to help you break it down:

Step 1: Get a Hawaii State driver’s license and register your vehicle.

     For your license, make a DMV appointment and make sure you have all the required documents beforehand.

     Most of the time the DMV requires you to have separate appointments for separate needs, so you might want to register your…

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The upside to living on Maui? It’s paradise! The reality? It’s not heaven. That being said, it’s worth it when you compare the pros and cons.

Maui Lifestyle 

The Pros

  •       The weather. 65°F to 88°F, and rarely below 58°F or above 90°F. With warm rains during ‘winter’ and trade winds during the summer, what more could you ask for? Residents know this saying is true: “If you don’t like the weather in Maui, drive 10 minutes down the road, it’s probably different.”
  •       Fresh produce. Many fruits and vegetables grow happily in Maui. (Lovers of starfruit and papayas, this is the place for you!)  Check out this blog post from Pride of Maui for the best locally grown markets happening all week.
  •       The Celebrations! From first birthdays to…

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