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          Sunday, July 24, 2016
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The Government of Saskatchewan’s taxation regime is designed to provide the financial resources to meet the Province’s responsibilities in funding public services such as health care and education. The Province’s financial resources do not come solely from taxation but tax revenue annually makes up a significant portion of the Province’s own-source revenue.

The Province’s taxation regime is continually reviewed to ensure that it is meeting Saskatchewan’s revenue requirements within the following principles: fairness, competitiveness, simplicity and sustainability.

While the primary purpose of taxation is to raise sufficient revenue to fund public services, governments also attain some of their social and economic goals by reducing taxes through various tax credits and other initiatives (these measures are commonly called "tax expenditures").

This section highlights any changes, updates or new information about the taxes or programs administered by the Revenue Division.

The Government of Saskatchewan collects various personal taxes from residents to raise revenue to pay for public programs and services.  Here's a list of our province's personal taxes. 

A Provincial non refundable income tax credit of up to $1,100 to eligible taxpayers on qualified homes purchased after December 31, 2011.

Information to help you understand how Saskatchewan taxes may or may not apply to your business.

Information on tax programs available to Saskatchewan farmers.
Information on tax programs for First Nations in Saskatchewan.

Information on how provincial tax programs apply to oil and gas producers and contractors.

Information on tax programs available for interjurisdictional truckers operating in Saskatchewan.

Interest rates charged on late or deficient payments.

The Revenue Division of Saskatchewan Finance prepares a number of information bulletins and forms about the taxes and programs administered.
Saskatchewan Finance has made forms available for download in Adobe pdf format. These forms may be printed, filled in and submitted. 

Find the Acts behind various Taxes.

Questions and answers for those undergoing an audit.



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