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Businesses — Are You Meeting Saskatchewan PST Rules?

Businesses — Are You Meeting Saskatchewan PST Rules?

Businesses outside Saskatchewan may be required to register and collect the provincial sales tax (PST) in that province, following legislative changes

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Businesses outside Saskatchewan may be required to register and collect the provincial sales tax (PST) in that province, following legislative changes. The amended PST rules essentially require businesses that do not have a physical presence in Saskatchewan but are selling taxable goods, services and contracts of insurance to clients located in the province to register and collect PST. All non-resident businesses that are not currently registered for PST in Saskatchewan should review the amended PST rules to ensure they are meeting their PST obligations. 

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