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When to claim the Saskatchewan Farm and Small Business Capital Gains Tax Credit
Value of the tax credit, how to claim the tax credit, and eligibility rules for First Time Homebuyers’ Tax Credit
If you are a post-secondary graduate, find out if you are eligible for the graduate retention program and how to apply.
Saskatchewan residents can invest in small and medium-sized Saskatchewan businesses and earn a tax credit.
Maximum credit amounts, tax credit parameters, income-testing of credit, and how to receive the Saskatchewan Low Income Tax Credits.
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.
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