Tax Workshops for International Students and Scholars

Federal Tax Workshop
Date: March 12, 2019
Time: 2:00 - 3:30 pm
Locations: Kuykendall 201

Federal forms and publications that will be provided at the workshop: Publication 4011, Form 8843, Form 1040NR-EZ + instructions, Form 1040NR + instructions, Publication 901 Tax Treaties, Publication 519 Tax Guide for Aliens. These may also be downloaded from the IRS website. Bring these materials to the workshop: Copies of workshop presentation slides (these will be emailed to you at a later date before the workshop), W-2, 1042-S, 1099 and/or eThority report, and any other income/interest statements.

State of Hawaii Tax Workshop
Date: March 13, 2019
Time: 2:00 - 3:30 pm
Locations: Kuykendall 201

State of Hawaii tax forms and publications that will be provided at the workshop: Form N-11 + instructions, Form N-15 + instructions. Documents may also be downloaded from the Hawaii Department of Taxation.
Bring these materials to the workshop: Copies of the workshop presentation slides (these will be emailed to you at a later date before the workshop), W-2, 1042-S, 1099 and/or eThority report, and any other income/interest statements.

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(UPDATE: 2/27/18) Reservations are no longer being taken for either workshop, as seating capacity has been reached.

Both workshops will be broadcast as HITS videoconferences. If you cannot attend on these dates, you will be able to view them online for a limited time as Videos-On-Demand. We will send out the links for the videos after the workshops take place.


If you received a salary or stipend payments from the University of Hawaii in 2018, you will be sent the following statements from the UH fiscal offices:

  • If you earned a salary from the University, you should have received Form W-2 Wage and Tax Statement by January 31st or soon thereafter. W-2s are available online by signing into the Employee Self-Service (ESS): https://hihpsso.hip.hawaii.gov. The Form W-2 is used in the U.S. income tax system to report wages paid to employees and the taxes withheld from them.
  • If you received a stipend from the University, and are considered a Nonresident Alien by the Substantial Presences Test (SPT), you should receive a Form 1042-S by March 15th.  The Form 1042-S reports the amount of stipend payments paid to non-employees, such as postdoctoral fellows, and taxes withheld from them. If you do not receive a 1042-S within a week after March 15th, please send your mailing address to UH Disbursing by email to uhdisb@hawaii.edu.
  • If you received a stipend from the University, and are considered a Resident Alien by the SPT, please see your college/school’s Fiscal Authority for a Scholarship/Fellowship Payment Report. Your Fiscal Authority will create an eThority report that captures the payments you received for 2018.
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