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File Your Insurance Premiums Tax Return

Overview

Insurance Premiums Tax returns must be completed annually. Returns are due no later than March 15th of each calendar year. 

You must complete and submit your Insurance Premiums Tax return by the due date to avoid penalty and interest charges. 

Eligibility

Insurance companies doing business in Saskatchewan must file an Insurance Premiums Tax return.  Marine and reinsurance is exempt from the Insurance Premiums Tax. 

How to File

There are three ways to file your Insurance Premiums Tax Return:

  1. File using Saskatchewan Electronic Tax Service (SETS) which is an online service that offers a secure, fast and convenient way to file your Insurance Premiums Tax Return

  2. File your returns by mail:
    • Complete the Insurance Premiums Tax Return form received by mail
    • Make cheque payable to the Minister of Finance
    • Forward completed form along with payment to:

      Ministry of Finance
      Revenue Division
      Box 200
      Regina SK  S4P 2Z6

  3. Make payment at some chartered banks in Canada or Saskatchewan credit unions.

File

File using SETS

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