The province’s 2017-18 Budget released today controls spending, modernizes and expands the tax base, and invests in priority government programs, services and infrastructure projects for the benefit of all Saskatchewan people.Read More
More than $3.7 billion will be invested in Saskatchewan’s infrastructure in 2017-18, as part of the budget announced today by Finance Minister Kevin Doherty.Read More
All Saskatchewan income tax brackets and tax credit amounts will once again be indexed in 2017, saving taxpayers an estimated $9.0 million. The level of indexation in 2017 will be 1.4 per cent, matching the national rate of inflation.Read More
A $400 million drop in provincial tax revenue has pushed the forecast deficit to $806 million, according to the 2016-17 Mid-Year Financial Report released today by Finance Minister Kevin Doherty.Read More
Spending on ministry travel was down $582,000 or 1.5 per cent in 2015-16, compared to the previous year, as part of the Saskatchewan government’s fiscally responsible approach to ongoing economic challenges. This reduction is part of the detailed financial information that was released today in Volume 2 of the 2015-16 Public Accounts.Read More
Saskatchewan finished 2015-16 with a $675 million deficit (excluding the pension adjustment), largely attributable to shortfalls in oil and potash revenue.
Businesses directly impacted by recent flooding activity in Saskatchewan can apply for relief from penalty and interest charges for filing late PST returns.Read More
Did You Know?
For 41 consecutive quarters Saskatchewan's population has increased. That adds up to more than 10 years.