PST is a six per cent sales tax that applies to taxable goods and services consumed or used in Saskatchewan. It applies to goods and services purchased in the province as well as goods and services imported for consumption or use in Saskatchewan. New and used goods are subject to tax.
When you purchase or rent taxable goods or services from a supplier who is licensed to collect PST, you pay PST to the supplier. When you purchase or rent taxable goods or services from a supplier who did not collect the tax, such as an unlicensed supplier located outside Saskatchewan, you must self-assess and pay the PST directly to the Revenue Division.
Businesses operating in Saskatchewan must register to obtain a PST number. Depending on the nature of the business, either a vendor’s licence number or a registered consumer number will be issued.
Provincial Sales Tax Bulletins & Notices
Learn more about how PST applies to goods and services.
Search the PST Registry
All businesses operating in Saskatchewan must be licensed or registered with the Ministry of Finance for PST purposes.
Use this online service to verify the businesses you are dealing with have met this requirement and have an active PST vendor’s licence or registered consumer number.
Allow a Taxpayer Representative Access to your Tax Information
Obtain and complete a business consent form to allow a taxpayer representative access to your account information.