Bill introduces three non-refundable tax credits announced in the 2019 provincial budget
Saskatchewan Bill 171 received first reading on April 8, 2019. Bill 171 introduces three non-refundable tax credits that were announced in Saskatchewan's 2019 provincial budget-the Saskatchewan volunteer firefighter tax credit, the Saskatchewan volunteer emergency first responder tax credit, and Saskatchewan volunteer search and rescue tax credit.
Bill 171 does not include any of the corporate tax measures to increase potash production tax, which were previously announced in Saskatchewan's 2019 provincial budget.
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