A new stimulus proposal in Hawaii may allow taxpayers to receive stimulus checks worth $100 for themselves and each dependent.
This would help families recover following the pandemic.
Another proposal to help Hawaiians financially recover is a proposal to make minimum wage $18 per hour across the state.
The move to give families $100 for each of their household family members would also put $110 million dollars back into the state economy.
Hawaii’s State Legislature would need to approve these proposals.
Stimulus & UBI: Two checks worth up to $1,200 available this week
Other stimulus proposals in the U.S.
California governor, Gavin Newsom, has suggested sending $400 to residents for each registered vehicle they owned.
The limit would be two vehicles.
If approved, residents may see these checks as soon as July.
Gas sits at $5.87 on average in the state of California.
Unclaimed tax refunds could be waiting for 1.5 million Americans
Georgia has proposed sending rebates ranging from $250 to $500 for residents that filed their 2020 and 2021 taxes.
Idaho has proposed sending residents a tax rebate worth up to $300 for a family of four.
Indiana is sending residents $125 extra after they file their taxes this year.
New Mexico is offering a rebate worth $250 for single filers or $500 for married filers.
Income limits are the same as the federal stimulus checks with $75,000 being the limit for singles and $150,000 for married couples.
Finally, Virginia is trying to pass a tax relief bill.
The amounts proposed are $250-$300 for single filers and $500-$600 for married filers.
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