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Hawaii Tax Payers To Get $300 Per Person Tax Rebates

Taxpayers in Hawaii will get a constitutionally-mandated tax rebate over the next few weeks. This is because a rise in state tax revenue was caused by a rise in tourism.

Gov. David Ige said Tuesday that the money will come either by direct deposit into a bank account or by check in the mail.

In 2021, people who made less than $100,000 alone or less than $200,000 as a couple will get $300 for themselves and another $300 for each dependent. 

People who make more will get $100 back per person and dependent. The $300 rebate will go to 89% of taxpayers, and the $100 rebate will go to 11%.

Individual taxpayers who filed their 2021 tax returns by July 31 and have lived in Hawaii for at least nine months will get their money back.

Ige said that they won't have to do anything else to get their money. People who file their taxes by December 31 may also get the rebate.

The first direct deposit refunds will be sent to bank accounts on or around Monday, and they will continue to arrive over the next two weeks.

People who asked for their regular tax refunds to be sent to their bank accounts directly and gave the state their bank account number will get them this way.

Due to a lack of paper checks on the market, mail-in deposits will take longer. He said that these refunds should be done by the end of October.