Learn more about COVID-19 in Saskatchewan. Daily case numbers and information for businesses and workers.
The Re-Open Saskatchewan plan was released on April 23rd.
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Find how the Government of Saskatchewan governs and serves the province.
Find a government service and access your Saskatchewan Account.
Saskatchewan’s Beverage Container Collection and Recycling Program (BCP) is a province-wide system for the collection and recycling of non-refillable beverage containers sold and distributed in Saskatchewan.
Overview of Saskatchewan Corporation Capital Tax and rates
Overview of Saskatchewan Corporation Income Tax and rates.
Use Saskatchewan eTax Services (SETS) to file and pay your provincial tax returns and view your tax account information online.
First Nation bands and on-reserve stores may enter into arrangements with the Government of Saskatchewan to sell fuel and tobacco products tax free to status Indians.
The Fuel Tax Act, 2000 imposes a tax on purchasers and importers of fuel in Saskatchewan
Information on the taxes collected from insurance companies that do business in Saskatchewan
Liquor Consumption Tax is a 10 per cent tax on the total selling price of beer, wine and spirits.
The Prorated Vehicle Tax allows people who have registered an interjurisdictional vehicle to pay sales tax based on their proportionate travel in Saskatchewan.
Provincial Sales Tax (PST) is a 6% sales tax that applies to the purchase, rental, or importation of taxable goods and services for consumption or use in Saskatchewan.
Learn about the fairness and service principles that the Ministry of Finance follows in administering Saskatchewan’s taxes and related programs.
Verify a business holds an active PST vendor’s licence or registered consumer number
Taxpayer records may be audited to determine if taxes have been correctly collected, reported, and paid. Find out more about the audit process.
Find out what’s new in our Tax Information Bulletins and Information Notices.
Tax revenue figures are provided for each year and tax type.
An anonymous, fully confidential way for the public to report businesses or individuals who are participating in tax fraud.
The Tobacco Tax Act, 1998 imposes a tax on purchasers and importers of tobacco products in Saskatchewan.
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