E-marketplaces — Saskatchewan clarifies PST obligations

E-marketplaces — Saskatchewan clarifies PST obligations

Certain e-marketplaces and sellers should review Saskatchewan’s new sales tax guidance


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​The province recently released updated administrative guidelines for provincial sales tax (PST) that clarify the responsibilities of both the marketplace facilitators and marketplace sellers for taxable sales made through an electronic platform. Among other details, Saskatchewan advises that marketplace facilitators are required to register and collect Saskatchewan's PST on all taxable sales made through their platforms since January 1, 2020. However, some marketplace sellers may be relieved of their collection and remittance obligations where they meet certain requirements, under this new administrative guideline.

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