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Tax Rates   ->   Current Marginal Tax Rates -> Saskatchewan Personal Income Tax Rates

Saskatchewan 2021 and 2020 Personal Marginal Income Tax Rates

Please read the article Understanding the Tables of Personal Income Tax Rates.

The Federal and Saskatchewan tax brackets and personal tax credit amounts are increased for 2021 by an indexation factor of 1.01.

Saskatchewan's 2020 Budget reinstated indexation starting in 2021, using the federal indexation factor.

Saskatchewan's 2021 Budget reduced the dividend tax credit for 2021 as a result of the reduction in the small business corporate income tax rate.

The indexation factors, tax brackets and tax rates have been confirmed to Canada Revenue Agency information.

Saskatchewan Personal Income Tax Brackets and Tax Rates
2021 Taxable Income 2021 Tax Rates 2020 Taxable Income 2020 Tax Rates
first $45,677 10.50% first $45,225 10.50%
over $45,677 up to $130,506 12.50% over $45,225 up to $129,214 12.50%
over $130,506 14.50% over $129,214 14.50%

 

Combined Federal & Saskatchewan Tax Brackets and Tax Rates
2021 Taxable Income 2021 Marginal Tax Rates 2020 Taxable Income 2020 Marginal Tax Rates
Other
Income
Capital
Gains
Canadian Dividends Other
Income
Capital
Gains
Canadian Dividends
Eligible Non-Eligible Eligible Non-Eligible
first $45,677 25.50% 12.75% -0.72% 16.99% first $45,225 25.50% 12.75% -0.72% 15.07%
over $45,677 up to $49,020 27.50% 13.75% 2.04% 19.29% over $45,225 up to $48,535 27.50% 13.75% 2.04% 17.37%
over $49,020 up to $98,040 33.00% 16.50% 9.63% 25.62% over $48,535 up to $97,069 33.00% 16.50% 9.63% 23.70%
over $98,040 up to $130,506 38.50% 19.25% 17.22% 31.94% over $97,069 up to $129,214 38.50% 19.25% 17.22% 30.02%
over $130,506 up to $151,978 40.50% 20.25% 19.98% 34.24% over $129,214 up to $150,473 40.50% 20.25% 19.98% 32.32%
over $151,978 up to $216,511(1) 43.82% 21.91% 24.56% 38.06% over $150,473 up to $214,368(1) 43.72% 21.86% 24.42% 36.02%
over $216,511 47.50% 23.75% 29.64% 42.29% over $214,368 47.50% 23.75% 29.64% 40.37%
Marginal tax rate for dividends is a % of actual dividends received (not grossed-up taxable amount).
Marginal tax rate for capital gains is a % of total capital gains (not taxable capital gains).
Gross-up rate for eligible dividends is 38%, and for non-eligible dividends is 15%.
For more information see Saskatchewan dividend tax credits.
Saskatchewan  Basic Personal Amount
2021 Personal Amount 2021 Tax Rate 2020 Personal Amount 2020 Tax Rate
$16,225 10.50% $16,065 10.50%
Federal Basic Personal Amount
2021 Personal Amount (1) 2021 Tax Rate 2020 Personal Amount (1) 2020 Tax Rate
$13,808 15% $13,229 15%

(1) See the federal tax rates page for information on the federal personal amount increase.

The marginal tax rates above have been adjusted to reflect these changes.

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