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dividend tax credit rate will be revised to 3.333% of the taxable
dividend (24.162% of the gross-up) for 2018, and to 3.362% of the taxable
dividend for 2019 (25.773% of the lower 15% gross-up).
PST exemption for used light vehicles is being
removed effective April 11. If a vehicle is traded in, the PST will
only be paid on the difference in price between the trade-in and the
purchased vehicle. PST will not be charged for used vehicles gifted
between qualifying family members (spouses, parents or legal guardians,
children, grandparents, grandchildren or siblings), and will not be
applied to the private sale of used vehicles with a purchase price of
$5,000 or less.
PST exemption for Energy Star appliances is being
The planned personal tax rate reduction for 2019 has been
November 2017 Business Taxation Amendments
Graduate Retention Program
will become a non-refundable tax credit - post-secondary graduates who
stay in Saskatchewan will still be able to receive the full amount of
their tuition back - up to $20,000 - through a reduction in their
provincial income tax.
Employment Supplement is changing to keep the benefit affordable and
still help families with younger children.
Research & Development Tax Credit will now be fully
non-refundable and rate is being reduced from 15% to 10% of qualifying