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      Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Minister of Finance

A personal income tax credit to recognize the costs associated with purchasing, replacing and upgrading eligible tools by qualifying employees as a condition of their employment.  The 2017-18 Budget announced the elimination of the Employees’ Tool Tax Credit, effective for the 2017 taxation year.

Introduced in 2001, this tax credit is applicable to capital gains arising from dispotisions that take place in the 2001 and subsequent taxation years.

Information for Fuel Tax Exemption Permit holders. 

Find out about the incentives and tax credits you can get for investing in Saskatchewan! 

The Political Contribution Tax Credit allows donors to qualifying political parties or election candidates to claim a provincial tax credit against Saskatchewan personal or corporate income taxes payable.

The Low-Income Tax Credit is designed to help offset a portion of taxes paid by lower income provincial residents.  The credit is fully refundable, meaning that a person does not have to pay income tax in order to receive the benefits.  A recipient must file an income tax return as a resident of Saskatchewan and meet income and family criteria to be eligible for benefits.



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