This month, 8 states sent relief scheme cash worth up to $300 to thousands of Americans

A relief cash program in eight states will provide direct payments of up to $300 to thousands of Americans this month.

To help residents cope with rising prices, Hawaii is sending out tax rebates this month.

As reported by 24/7 Wall St, eligible residents will receive one-time payments worth up to $300 this month.

State officials have announced that they will be providing a cost-of-living relief payment as part of their cost-of-living plan.

Hawaii taxpayers with incomes less than $100,000 will receive $300 stimulus checks.

There will be a $100 per person benefit for those who earn more than $100,000 a year.

It is expected that Hawaii will start sending out its tax rebates later this month and 

will send most of them out by the end of October. Following strong revenue projections, 

Governor David Ige proposed the tax rebate in his 2022 State of the State address.

During the signing of the rebate program, Governor Ige expressed his pleasure

that taxpayer dollars will be returned to them to pay for things such as gas and other necessities.

We know that this measure will put funds directly into the pockets of 

Our residents and will certainly make a difference." It is necessary for taxpayers to file 

their state tax returns by Dec. 31, 2022, if they wish to be considered for the tax rebate.

Governor Ige approved not only the stimulus checks, but also a bill increasing 

the state's minimum wage from $10.10 per hour to $12 per hour starting October 1.

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