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Recent News

Masks Are Off Outdoors

For the most part, masks are no longer required in outdoor settings, per Governor Ige's announcement today. Certain situations, such as in large gatherings, still warrant caution and mask wearing may be prudent. Masks are still required indoors regardless of one's...

Vax4Live for Hawai`i

The number of people who can gather in large groups is wholly dependent on controlling the spread of COVID-19. The key to this is vaccination, which is proving effective with little-to-no side effects in the fully vaccinated community. Why does the public resist...

SBA hosting PPP Application Webinar

The U.S. Small Business Association (SBA) is holding a web-based walk-thru of their Payroll Protection Program (PPP) for Schedule C Filers - Sole Proprietors, Independent Contractors or Single Member LLC's. Laurie Hiramatsu, Business Advisor for the Veterans Business...

Oahu Mayor Rick Blangiardi doesn’t want another Tier 2

News sources today report that Oahu Mayor Rick Blangiardi is negotiating with Governor Ige to keep Oahu at Tier 3 despite the increase in active COVID-19 cases over the past two-week period. Governor Ige responds that he will pretty much leave the decision to the...

SBA Now Requires Pre-Registry to apply for SVOG

Announced today via email, the MBDA Business Center at UH is hosting a free webinar related to the Systems for Awards Management (SAM.gov) run by the Federal Government, which their email states is now a pre-requisite to filing for the SVOG. If your company is not yet...

Biden extends renter eviction moratorium

Reported in the Honolulu Star Advertiser today, the Biden Administration has extended the renter eviction moratorium until the end of June. To qualify for protection under the moratorium, renting couples cannot earn more than $198,000 per year and single filers cannot...

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