Just realizing I've hardly done any holiday shopping this year, besides a few little treats for myself on Black Friday. Whoops?
But we're trying to move away from "things" and gift memorable experiences instead. What are your favorite 'experience' gifts to give?! I need more ideas!
Best concert ever. Thank you so much mom! 🙏🏻 It was so inspiring to see Uncle Kawika @jackjohnson @pfunklove and @johncruzmusic jamming @alohastadiumhi some of the very best on the island 🙌🏼 Also The Eagles AND @vincegillofficial what a show. #legends
💚Still supporting my Bows💚
We flow in and out of who we think we are and who we are achieving to be. That is why we are a contradiction. How many times have you wanted what you didn’t have? How many times have you jumped from interest in consumerism behaviors to being in deep spiritual thought? It is so hard to find a balance. All that is certain is that we are energy and love and constantly adapting.
Gorgeous and bright one-of-a-kind Waikiki board just completed by resident artist @caleighbirdart ⛵️💦 One of the most memorable sights of beautiful Waikiki are all of the tiny catamarans and sail boats lined up along the shore. DM us to reserve this classic scene for yourself before it even hits the glassing rack. 🌈🤙
‘Ulu Nani, design in progress - and what a beautiful process it was...
Having quilted in the traditional way for over 30 years, master Hawaiian quilter, Patricia Lei Murray, began the design of our ‘Ulu Nani quilt as she always has - by cutting out the design by hand and laying it in front of a mirror to get a feel for what the completed design would look like. 💗
Tap to shop our recently restocked ‘Ulu Nani Swaddle Blanket and Quilt 🎁
Most individuals operate on a cash basis, which means they count their rental income as income when they actually or constructively receive it, and deduct their expenses when they pay them. Rental income includes:
Amounts paid to cancel a lease – If a tenant pays you to cancel a lease, this money is also rental income and is reported in the year you receive it.
Advance rent – Generally, you include any advance rent paid in income in the year you receive it regardless of the period covered or the method of accounting you use.
Expenses paid by a tenant – If your tenant pays any of your expenses, those payments are rental income. You may also deduct the expenses if they're considered deductible expenses.
Security deposits – Don't include a security deposit in your income if you may be required to return it to the tenant at the end of the lease. If you keep part or all of the security deposit because the tenant breaks the lease by vacating the property early, include the amount you keep in your income in that year. If you keep part or all of the security deposit because the tenant damaged the property and you must make repairs, include the amount you keep in that year if your practice is to deduct the cost of repairs as expenses. To the extent the security deposit reimburses those expenses, don't include the amount in income if your practice isn't to deduct the cost of repairs as expenses. If a security deposit amount is to be used as the tenant's final month's rent, it is advance rent that you include as income when you receive it, rather than when you apply it to the last month's rent.