Canada: Tax measures in 2022 budget (Saskatchewan)
The budget does not include any new changes to the corporate or individual (personal) tax rates.
The budget does not include any new changes to the corporate or individual tax rates.
The 2022 provincial budget for Saskatchewan was delivered 23 March 2022.
- The budget does not include any new changes to the corporate or individual (personal) tax rates.
- One measure would retroactively increase the tax credit rate for the Saskatchewan value-added agricultural incentive depending on the level of investment.
- Another measure would add provincial sales tax to admissions and entertainment charges, among other changes.
- There are other tax-related proposals.
Read a March 2022 report [PDF 200 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in Canada
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