America's 18th assistance programme offers $250 per kid to more than 100,000 for the parents.
Americans in Rhode Island households will get $250 each kid.
The strategy is one of 18 programs offered to assist Americans struggling with inflation.
The one-time payment will be sent immediately in October, Governor Dan McKee confirmed on August 2.
As per to the Governor's Office, more than 100,000 households will receive $250 per kid for up to three kids.
McKee: "Our Government is dedicated to providing focused tax relief to the parents of Rhode as we develop improving financially."
“Rhode Island's brand new Child Tax Rebate is a smart and crucial strategy to develop our economy.”
Rhode Islanders' tax returns will receive rebates at their mailing address.
No direct deposits will be made; payments will be made only through check payments.
Not just the Rhode Island is helping poor taxpayers. There are many other states too.
WHAT ARE THE OTHER STATES
other states include Colorado, California, Delaware, Florida, Hawaii, Georgia, Indiana, Illinois, Maine, Minnesota, New Mexico, New Jersey, Newyork, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia, and more.
Those who filed before July 1 should receive their refunds by October, according to WLJA.
Officials advise Virginians to submit their taxes by November 1.
The limit is 35 percent on up to $6,000 for two or more kids.