Canada: Tax measures proposed in Saskatchewan's 2020 budget

Canada: Tax measures proposed in Saskatchewan's budget

Saskatchewan's Minister of Finance on 15 June 2020 delivered the province's 2020 budget.


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The 2020 budget does not propose changes to Saskatchewan's corporate or individual (personal) tax rates, but reflects an intention to introduce legislation for certain tax proposals (initially announced in Saskatchewan's 2020-21 budget estimates) including:

  • A three-year extension to the non-refundable manufacturing and processing exporter tax incentive
  • New provincial sales tax (PST) registration requirements for certain e-commerce platforms
  • New incentives to support pipelines and the chemical fertilizer sector

Read a June 2020 report [PDF 182 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in Canada

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