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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
When to claim the Rental Housing Rebate or Corporate Income Tax Rebate on New Rental Housing (CITR program)
Eligible primary steel producers may receive a rebate on new or expanded productive capacity for up to five years.
When to claim the Saskatchewan Farm and Small Business Capital Gains Tax Credit
Saskatchewan Manufacturing and Processing Tax Credits Incentives available to firms in the Manufacturing and Processing Industry
The Saskatchewan Mineral Exploration Tax Credit (SMETC) offers a non-refundable 10% tax credit to Saskatchewan taxpayers who invest in eligible flow-through shares (FTS) issued by mining or exploration companies.
When to claim the Saskatchewan Political Contribution Tax Credit
How to claim the Saskatchewan Commercial Innovation Incentive (SCII)
When to claim the Saskatchewan Technology Start-up Incentive (STSI)
How to claim the Saskatchewan Value-added Agriculture Incentive (SVAI)
When to claim the Saskatchewan Research & Development Tax Credit
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