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2017

July 24, 2017

Information Bulletin MP-3, Saskatchewan Manufacturing and Processing Exporter Tax Incentive has been updated to assist you in applying for the Manufacturing and Processing Exporter Tax Incentive:

 

MP-3 Saskatchewan Manufacturing and Processing Exporter Tax Incentive

July 18, 2017

Information Bulletin PST-57, Information for Businesses Providing Repair and Installation Services has been updated to clarify the application of PST on inspection services.

PST-57 Repair and Installation Services

July 17, 2017

Information Notice IN 2017-04, Elimination of Provincial Sales Tax Remission for Permanently Mounted Equipment has been updated to clarify the application of PST and transition rules for resident and non-resident businesses.

IN 2017-04 Elimination of PST Remission for Permanently Mounted Equipment

June 30, 2017

The following bulletins have been updated to provide additional information regarding PST exempt services, the application of PST to materials and consumables and the collection and remittance of PST on progress payments. 

PST-12, Information for Businesses Providing Services to Real Property

PST-38, Information for Non-Resident Real Property and Service Contractors

The following notices have been updated to provide additional information regarding nominal change orders as they relate to construction projects and the PST transition rules.

IN 2017-02, Provincial Sales Tax – Services to Real Property

IN 2017-17, Land Development and Residential and Commercial Construction - Application of PST and Transition

June 16, 2017

Information Bulletin PST-13, Petroleum Drilling & Well Servicing Contractors has been updated.  The application of PST has been clarified for certain services and is outlined in Sections D and E of the revised bulletin.  PST continues to apply to all equipment purchased or leased/rented by petroleum drilling and well servicing contractors for use in their contracts, whether or not taxable or exempt services are provided.

PST-13 Petroleum Drilling & Well Servicing Contractors

May 31, 2017

Information Bulletin PST-73, Information for Vendors of Insurance Contracts is new and provides guidance regarding the application of Provincial Sales Tax to insurance contracts effective August 1, 2017.

PST-73 Vendors of Insurance Contracts

May 17, 2017

Information Notice IN 2017-07, Provincial Sales Tax on Insurance Premiums, has been updated based on consultations with insurance industry associations. The effective date for the application of PST has been extended from July 1, 2017, to August 1, 2017. In addition, changes have been made regarding self-insured arrangements, endorsements, and permanent life insurance policies.

IN 2017-07 PST on Insurance Premiums

May 1, 2017

Information Notice IN 2017-17, Land Development and Residential and Commercial Construction - Application of PST and Transition Rules, is new.  Effective April 1, 2017, PST applies to services to real property.  This notice provides details regarding the transition rules for projects already in progress on April 1, 2017.

IN 2017-17 Land Development and Residential and Commercial Construction –Application of PST and Transition Rules

March 22, 2017

A number of tax information notices and bulletins have been prepared and updated to reflect the changes announced in the 2017-18 Provincial Budget

Tax Bulletins & Information Notices

January 3, 2017

The following Fuel Tax bulletin has been revised due to changes in the Saskatchewan Gas Competition Assistance Program rates effective January 1, 2017:

FT-2 Gasoline Competition Assistance Program for Border Fuel Dealers and Fuel Tax Collectors

2016

October 11, 2016

The following Liquor Consumption Tax (LCT) bulletin has been revised:

LCT-1 Liquor Consumption Tax



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