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The Saskatchewan Chemical Fertilizer Incentive (SCFI) is a non-refundable, non-transferable 15% tax credit on capital expenditures valued at $10 million or more for newly constructed or expanded eligible chemical fertilizer production facilities in Saskatchewan.
Companies apply the benefit against corporate income tax (CIT) owing and are able to claim the benefit over a three- to 10-year period once the new or expanded facility is brought into operation.
Eligible chemical fertilizer production is defined as: All processing of mineral and chemical feedstock to create single or multi-nutrient synthetic fertilizer products. This definition excludes facilities that manufacture potash fertilizer products for which potash is the primary feedstock.
The SCFI is administered by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Trade and Export Development.
The SCFI makes one of the world's best investment environments even more attractive. Upon the commissioning of a new or expanded facility, companies apply the benefit against CIT owing and are able to claim the benefit over a three- to 10 year period. Redemption of the benefits is limited to 20% in year one after the facility enters operation, 30% in year two and 50% in year three. Remaining amounts can be carried forward for up to 10 years. In addition to reducing the tax paid based on 15% of qualifying capital expenditures, eligible applicants will be entitled to:
The program is effective as of November 1, 2017, to accommodate projects that have been initiated.
A rebate application will need to be submitted for each year that the rebate is claimed.
For more information about the program, see SCFI – Program Overview and Application Instructions or contact the Ministry of Trade and Export Development at email@example.com.
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