Hawaii residents will receive a one-time tax refund by direct transfer on Friday, September 9, 2022, in place of stimulus checks. Families making less than $100,000 annually will receive $300 per person, while those making more than $100,000 annually will receive $100 per person.
Californians will have to wait a bit longer to receive their inflation relief checks, which will begin to be mailed out in October. Due to the $97.5 billion budget surplus, the state is giving taxpayers debit cards or direct transfers based on their household size and income.
Stimulus Checks For Illinois And Indiana
According to CNET, Illinois residents may qualify for tax rebates of up to $400 starting the following week. According to the stimulus check, couples filing jointly in Illinois who earned less than $400,000 in 2021 and individuals who earned less than $200,000 will each receive $100, plus $100 for each dependent, for a total of $400 per household.
Due to the state’s Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights, taxpayers in Colorado are eligible for refunds of up to $750 or $1,500 for married couples filing jointly. The amount that taxpayers should receive is still being determined by Massachusetts’ state auditor because of the state’s revenue excess.
Due to higher-than-anticipated state revenue data, Indiana citizens will get $325 per taxpayer as part of the stimulus check, according to a report at Indystar.com. WGBH estimates that the excess may be “north of $2.5 billion.” The state is currently printing 1.7 million checks that will be mailed out between now and October, according to CNET. Under the state’s property tax/rent rebate program, residents of Pennsylvania who are 65 years of age or older, 50 years of age or older and widowed, or 18 years of age or older and disabled may qualify for income-based tax reimbursement.