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Fuel Tax Returns

Licensed remitters and licensed importers of fuel must remit to the Ministry of Finance by the last day of every month:

  • an amount equal to the lesser of the actual tax payable for the period, beginning on the first day of the month and ending on the 15th day of the month; and
  • the amount equal to one half of the tax payable for the preceding month.

On the 20th of the month, the actual tax for the preceding month (less the tax paid on the last day of the preceding month) is payable.

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1. Eligibility

Licensed remitters and licensed importers of fuel must file a Fuel Tax Return by the 20th of the month following the purchase of their fuel products.

International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) registrants must file their tax return quarterly by the last day of the month following the end of the quarter.

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2. How To File

All Fuel Tax Returns are now filed electronically. Click the link below to navigate to the Saskatchewan Electronic Tax Service (SETS), which is an online service that offers a secure, fast and convenient way to file your Fuel Tax Return.

File using SETS

Payments can be made on SETS or through internet banking.

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