Tax revenue helps provide the Government of Saskatchewan with the financial resources to fund public services such as health care and education. Government also attains some of its social and economic goals by reducing taxes through various tax credits. Taxes and credits are continually reviewed to ensure they meet Saskatchewan’s revenue requirements within the principles of fairness, competitiveness, simplicity and sustainability.
Check below for links to the latest tax bulletins and forms, as well as information on personal taxes, tax credits and programs, tax audits, and interest rates on late tax payments.
Saskatchewan tax forms are available as PDF files for download from the Saskatchewan Publication Centre. Forms available include Business Consent Form, Provincial Sales Tax (PST) forms, Fuel Tax forms, Tobacco Tax forms, and more.
People with First Nations Status and who can present a valid Certificate of Indian Status ID card can make on-reserve purchases that are exempt from tax. Purchases made off-reserve by the same individuals will have PST applied. Find out more about tax exemptions for First Nations peoples.
Get information about fuel tax programs and the taxes imposed on fuel that is imported into Saskatchewan, exported, or purchased in Saskatchewan for sale or for own use.
Fuel Tax bulletins for Information regarding the application and collection of the tax with respect to a variety of situations.
A 10% tax on the total selling price of beer, wine and spirits.
Liquor Consumption Tax bulletin for information regarding the application and collection of the Liquor Consumption Tax.
A 6% sales tax which applies to the purchase, importation, or rental of most goods and certain services. Businesses that sell taxable or non-taxable goods and services in Saskatchewan are required to be registered with a PST number.
Provincial Sales Tax (PST) bulletins for information regarding the application and collection of the tax with respect to a variety of products and services.
Get information about tobacco tax programs and the taxes imposed on tobacco that is imported into Saskatchewan or purchased in Saskatchewan for sale or for own use.
Tobacco Tax bulletins for information regarding the application and collection of the Tobacco Tax.