It has been reported that the residents of Hawaii would see some extra monetary help coming in next week. Taxpayers who have been deemed eligible for the payment will be receiving tax rebate stimulus check payments from Hawaii which would be up to $300 over the next few weeks.
The latest stimulus payment will actually be a constitutionally mandated tax rebate that has been fueled by an increase in the state tax revenue. On Tuesday, the Governor of Hawaii- David Ige went on to announce that all the eligible taxpayers would be receiving the state tax refunds from the next week. The governor also noted that the refund could either arrive through paper checks or through direct deposit.
Stimulus Check Payment In Hawaii
The Governor stated that it was his hope that the sum of $300 million in tax refunds that were being distributed currently would be bringing some form of relief to the people of Hawaii who had been hit pretty hard due to the pandemic. The very first round of the direct deposits would be pushed into the bank accounts on or around Monday and it would be continuing over the next couple of weeks. Stimulus check payments coming in through paper checks would need a longer time due to the supply shortage of paper checks.
According to the taxation department in the state, the state currently has around 50,000 stimulus check payments in stock, and it would be issuing the paper checks in multiple batches of 2,000 until a new shipment comes into place. The department definitely expects all of the paper checks to be issued by the end of October.