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Act 249, Session Laws of Hawaii 2000 (Act 249), established the cigarette tax stamping program to reduce sales of untaxed cigarettes and stem black market activity. Under this program, cigarette taxes is collected by the Department of Taxation (Department) when cigarette and tobacco wholesalers and dealers purchase cigarette tax stamps and place the stamps on packs of cigarettes prior to sale. Act 249 sunsets on June 30, 2006.
Act 94 is effective beginning May 31, 2002.
Current forms and other tax information are available at the Department's website at: www.hawaii.gov/tax. On Oahu, forms may be ordered by calling the Department's Forms Request Line at: 587-7572. Persons who are not calling from Oahu, may call: 1-800-222-7572 (toll-free) to receive forms by mail or by fax.