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State of Hawaii Government Furlough Plan - 09/28/09 01:29 AM
State of Hawaii Furlough Plan for State Employees Governor Linda Lingle announced details of the Administration’s plan to furlough all state employees in the Executive Branch to help close the unprecedented $2.7 billion revenue shortfall projected between now and June 30, 2011. The furlough plan represents the first time labor costs are being impacted to address the state’s budget gap. Starting July 1, 2009 and continuing through June 30, 2011, full-time employees in the Executive Branch will be placed on furlough for three days (24 hours) per month. Part-time employees will be placed on furlough on a pro-rated equivalent basis. The statewide furlough (0 comments)
Hawaii Charter Schools Unaffected by Furlough - 09/28/09 01:27 AM
Furlough Won’t Affect Hawaii Charter Schools The two-year contract covers school years 2009-2010 and 2010-2011. Beginning October 23, approximately 13,000 non-charter school teachers (including 575 12-month teachers) at 256 schools will begin taking furlough days. The official non-charter school enrollment for the 2009-2010 school year is 170,830 students, including 153,398 in regular education and 17,432 in special education. The furlough days are not applicable to public charter schools. Chart School Enrollment Total =7819 according to the DOE website Hide Sites Tags: furlough, hawaii schools, schools, taxes (0 comments)
Hawaii Budget Shortfall Forecast to Increase Next Year How low can you go? At least 48 states have addressed or still face shortfalls in their budgets for fiscal year 2010 totaling $168 billion or 24 percent of state budgets. An unusual number of these states are still struggling to balance their 2010 budgets two months after the start of the fiscal year. Three states — Arizona, Michigan, and Pennsylvania — have not yet adopted budgets for 2010. In addition, new shortfalls have opened up in at least (0 comments)
East Oahu Short Sales Townhomes Condos - 09/24/09 10:00 PM
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East Oahu Single Family Home Short Sales - 09/24/09 09:58 PM
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Moving to Hawaii - 09/14/09 02:46 AM
When a planning a move to Hawaii, there are many things to think about. A Hawaii move is a big decision. If you are considering moving to Hawaii, it’s best to do some serious planning first. Some people like to get advice from people that made the move, others like to research everything such as traffic, crime rates, schools, jobs. Don’t get discouraged if you can’t find what you need right away. Most people don’t know where to start. Everyone could use a little advice and tips about Hawaii. First of all, what is the cost of living? One of the (2 comments)
Homeowners Mortgage Interest Tax Breaks - 09/07/09 10:14 PM
Homeowners Mortgage Interest Tax Breaks September 7th, 2009 Homeowners Get Mortgage Interest Federal Tax Breaks On Income Homeowner’s now qualify for a number of tax breaks, some new, some old. Here is a partial list: Mortgage Interest Income Tax Break You can deduct the interest on up to one million dollars of home mortgage debt, whether it is used to purchase a first or a second home. You can also deduct the interest on up to $100,000 of home equity debt, even if you don’t use the money for home improvements. Federal Tax Credits for Energy Efficiency Include Solar Energy Systems (0 comments)
America’s Best Places to Find a Job 2009 - 09/03/09 04:37 PM
Find the Best Place to Work http://www.hawaiihome.biz/2009/09/americas-best-places-to-find-a-job-2009/ US News has a great web application that allows you to choose various criteria to find the best places to work. You can choose from Population Median Home Prices Cost of Living Weather Employment Demographics Career Fields / Job Sectors There is also an article on Yahoo! Finance regarding “America’s Best Places to Find a Job 2009.” Honolulu In the city that a young President Obama once called home, things are looking slightly steadier than in the rest of the nation. Honolulu’s unemployment rate hadn’t hit 5 percent before the start of 2009, and (0 comments)
Healthways Well-Being Index Chooses Hawaii - 09/03/09 04:34 PM
The Well-Being Index will be a daily measure determining factors that impact well-being. Gallup.com’s also has a “State of the States” that series reveals state-by-state differences in political party affiliation, consumer confidence, well-being, and more, based on U.S. daily tracking data collected between January and June 2009. To view those surveys, click here. Hawaii and Utah topped the nation, with West Virginia and Kentuck maintaining their status with the lowest well-being. The Well-Being Index score for the nation and for each state is an average of six sub-indexes, which individually examine life evaluation, emotional health, work environment, physical health, healthy behaviors, (0 comments)
Welcome to Hawaii Home and Honolulu Real Estate.
I can be reached at 808 723 0900 or frank(at)hawaiihome.biz
• Honolulu Board of Realtors
• Hawaii Association of Realtors
• National Association of Realtors
Frank Diaz, (RA)
MBA, e-PRO, REALTOR®
East Oahu Realty
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