As inflation takes its toll, the state is working to distribute up to $300 in tax refunds to Hawaii taxpayers.
The state said those checks will be directly deposited into bank accounts starting the first week of September. Officials said paper checks may not arrive until October.
Taxpayers earning less than $100,000 a year or couples earning less than $200,000 annually will receive $300. While those making over $100,000 will get a $100 tax refund.
Gov. David Ige said distributing tax refunds is one of his top priorities as he wraps up his time in office.