Hawaii State Revenue

For fiscal 2011, which ended June 30, total revenue for the state from all sources amounted to $10.24 billion. The biggest sources of tax revenue included the General Excise and Use Tax, individual and corporate state income tax, and the Transient Accommodations Tax.

Taxes generated about $4.3 billion total for the state in fiscal 2011, with the GET accounting for $2.42 billion.

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