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Released on January 14, 2020The government is continuing its efforts to cut red tape, making Saskatchewan more attractive for small- and medium-sized businesses.
“Red tape at all levels of government continues to be a top concern of business owners in Saskatchewan and across Canada,” CFIB Vice-President (Western Canada and Agri-business) Marilyn Braun-Pollon said. “The Saskatchewan Government has taken major strides to reduce red tape in recent years, and we applaud these latest measures to make things easier for business owners in the province.”Beginning with the April 2020 tax return, due dates for PST, Liquor Tax and the beverage container program will be extended from the 20th to the last of the month for businesses that file and pay electronically. Businesses that file on paper will continue to have a due date of the 20th of the month following the end of the reporting period. Businesses are encouraged to sign up for Saskatchewan eTax Services (SETS) at www.sets.saskatchewan.ca.
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