Hawaii Launches New Special Invoice Payment System
HONOLULU — September 6, 2018 —The State of Hawaii Tax & Charities Division launched a new Special Invoice Payment System at pay.ehawaii.gov/charity, August 22, 2018. Charitable organizations have had the ability to pay annual renewal fees online for several years. However, special fees including prohibited practice penalties and other administrative fines were paid via paper check. With this new mobile-friendly service organizations can now pay these special fees online.
Online payment is quick and easy through the user-friendly interface. Completing transactions is simple — organizations enter their invoice number on the invoicing system and pay online with a credit card or electronic check. Paying online saves time and eliminates paper.
The state agency also benefits from this service as they can easily generate custom invoices and the invoices are emailed immediately to the organization via the online system. This streamlines the workflow and makes invoicing much faster.
The Hawaii Tax & Charities Division created the Special Invoice Payment System in partnership with Hawaii Information Consortium, the official Internet Portal Manager of eHawaii.gov.
About the Tax & Charities Division
The State of Hawaii Tax & Charities Division represents the Department of Taxation in matters relating to Tax Appeals, Foreclosures, Bankruptcies, etc. Our Division is also responsible for regulating charitable organizations, professional solicitors, professional fundraising counsels, and their activities in the State of Hawaii. The Tax & Charities Division is part of the Department of Attorney General whose mission is to provide excellent legal and public services in a timely manner. For more information, visit ag.hawaii.gov/tax.
The Special Invoice Payment System was launched as part of the eHawaii State Portal Program. Pursuant to chapter 27G, Hawaii Revised Statutes, the Portal Program is overseen by the Access Hawaii Committee, which collaborates with provider Hawaii Information Consortium (HIC) along with state and county agencies to continually identify new online services to be added to the portal. For more information, visit portal.ehawaii.gov.
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