RELIEF FOR INDIVIDUALS
• 6 month deferral for DHHL loans
• For federally backed loans, homeowners can request forbearance
for up to 180 days
STUDENT LOAN RELIEF
Monthly payments for federal student loans are automatically suspended
until September 30.
Eligible taxpayers who filed tax returns in 2019 or 2018 will receive an economic
payment up to $1200 for individuals or $2400 for married couples and up to
$500 for each qualifying child. Click Here
Employees and independent contractors can apply for a maximum of $648 in
weekly unemployment benefits. Click Here
NATIVE HAWAIIAN LOANS AND FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
OHA beneficiaries can apply for various personal loans that are offered through
the Native Hawaiian Revolving Loan Fund as we move through this crisis.
• OHA Malama Loans Click Here
• Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement Click Here
401K Early Withdrawal Penalty Waived
You can temporarily withdraw up to $100,000 from your retirement accounts
without having to pay the 10% early withdrawal penalty.
TAX FILING DEADLINE DELAYED
The federal and state income tax filing and payment deadlines have been
extended to July 15.
SMALL BUSINESS RELIEF
PAYCHECK PROTECTION PROGRAM
You may qualify for a forgivable loan of up to $10 million to keep your workers
on your payroll. Click Here
COVID-19 ECONOMIC INJURY DISASTER LOAN
You may qualify for a one-time $10,000 grant and a $2 million low interest
rate through the Small Business Administration. Click Here
PAYROLL TAX DEFERMENT
Small businesses with payroll are eligible to defer the payments of employer
payroll taxes and self-employment taxes to 2021.
HONOLULU SMALL BUSINESS RELIEF AND RECOVERY FUND
The City & County offers up to $10,000 in grants to small
businesses on Oahu that have 30 or fewer employees or
revenues of less than $1 million. For more information, go to