With the recent 2017-18 Budget announcement, programs and services affected will be updated shortly. Posted March 22, 2017
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Saskatchewan manufacturing and processing businesses that export may be eligible for a non-refundable tax credit for creating new jobs.
Subscribe Beverage Container Program bulletins for the Province of Saskatchewan for notifications and updates on the application and collection of the applying fees, handling charges, deposits and refunds on ready-to-serve beverage containers.
BizPaL is an online service that provides Canadian businesses with one-stop access to permit and licence information for all levels of government.
Corporation Tax bulletins for the Province of Saskatchewan for notifications and updates on the application and collection of the Corporation Capital Tax with respect to a variety of situations.
Required licence application forms for contractors, employers, and individuals who provide electrical installation and maintenance services.
Operate a gas station or retail operation on a Saskatchewan reserve? You may be eligible for a tax refund if you purchase your products from Saskatchewan suppliers (tax included), and then sell these products to Status individuals (tax free).
Required licence application forms for contractors, employers, and individuals who provide gas installation and maintenance services.
Processing Incentives bulletins for the Province of Saskatchewan for notifications and updates on the application of the Manufacturing & Processing Incentives with respect to tax reductions and credits that can be applied to variety of situations.
Verify a business to ensure they have an active Provincial Sales Tax Vendor's Licence or Registered Consumer Number.
Other tax bulletins for notices on how taxes applied in a variety of unique taxation situations, including some PST exemptions and amendments, tax allowances for natural gas producers, and the elimination of the penny in Canada.
The Government of Saskatchewan’s taxation regime is designed to provide the financial resources to meet the Province’s responsibilities in funding public services such as health care and education.
If your business doesn’t make retail sales or provide taxable services in Saskatchewan, you must still register as a consumer with the Revenue Division for the purposes of paying tax on equipment and supplies used to provide your services.
The Provincial Sales Tax (PST) is a 6% tax applied to the purchase, rental, or importation of most goods and certain services in Saskatchewan. If your business makes retail sales or provides taxable services, follow these steps to remit your PST.
Insurance Premiums Tax bulletins for the Province of Saskatchewan for notifications and updates on the application and collection of the Insurance Premiums Tax with respect to a variety of situations.
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