Thanks to a statute that Governor Larry Hogan enacted in the second quarter of this year, this will apply to seniors who reside in Maryland.
The Retirement Tax Elimination Act provides a $1,000 credit for qualified single taxpayers and a $1,750 credit for qualified joint filers.
According to a statement from Governor Hogan, "Our state is in a stronger budgetary position now than it has ever been, and as a result, we are able to uphold our commitment to Maryland's retirees."
It is anticipated to reduce taxes by a total of $1.55 billion over the following five years.
The new credit will be available starting on July 1 and last until 2028.
The governor's office did not react when The Sun enquired as to how many people would be eligible for the tax credit.
Car seats, diapers, baby bottles, and medical equipment are among the healthcare and childcare products that are now exempt from the state's sales tax.
The action is being taken at a time when states are providing residents with direct payments and tax rebates to assist them cope with high inflation.
More than 200,000 low-wage workers in Oregon will receive $600 stimulus cheques this week alone.