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Saskatchewan – Taxes

 

What to do when the tax auditor comes calling

If you’re like many small business owners, the mere mention of a tax audit can make your hair stand on end. We have tips to help you get through the process and understand your rights. Advice is free for members: call 1-888-234-2232.
 

Getting better service from the CRA

The CRA has committed to improving services for small- and medium-sized businesses. Here are some of the improvements your business can look forward to. Advice is free for members: call 1-888-234-2232.
 

Sask Budget increases and expands PST: What you need to know

The Saskatchewan Budget increased the Provincial Sales Tax (PST) from 5% to 6% and expanded the PST base. Find out how it will impact your business.
 

Direct deposit and the CRA: can your business still get cheques?

Although the Government of Canada is seeking to eliminate all government payments by cheque as of April 2016, individuals and businesses will still be able to receive cheques as a payment option.

Affected by flooding? Sask Finance can help with tax deadlines.

Businesses directly impacted by flooding, that are unable to file their sales tax returns or any other tax returns for taxes administered by the Sask Finance Ministry, by the required due date, can request a waiver of the interest and penalty resulting from the late return.
 

Learn about your tax and payroll obligations with CRA videos

The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) offers a number of videos to help businesses understand their tax responsibilities. The videos give information on key matters for starting a new business, payroll matters, what to expect from an audit, and more. Advice is free for CFIB members: 1-888-234-2232.
 

Auto expense tax deduction made easier by CRA

Thanks to CFIB taking action based on the feedback of its members, the Canada Revenue Agency will accept a logbook of automobile expenses covering "a sample period of time" instead of a full year. This requirement to keep a logbook for a full year was found by CFIB members to be the most burdensome aspect of motor vehicle tax provisions.
 

Save time and money with two GST/HST accounting methods

The GST/HST Quick Method and Simplified Method of Claiming Input Tax Credits are major victories for small business. Review the eligibility requirements and see if you can save time and money. Find out more here. Advice is free for members: call 1-888-234-2232.
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