SK Budget: 1 step forward on spending restraint; triple jump backward with $908M tax hikes

The 2017 Saskatchewan Budget took one step forward on spending restraint, and a triple jump backwards with $908 million in tax hikes. The Provincial Sales Tax (PST) was increased from 5 to 6 per cent and the PST base was expanded. Find out what this means for your business.

Sask small biz optimism falls in March; 17% planning layoffs

According to the latest monthly Business Barometer®, optimism among small business owners in Saskatchewan fell in March to an index of 56.3, down 1.4 points from 57.7 in February, and is still below the national average index of 62.9.

Timing couldn’t be worse for introduction of carbon tax

76% of Sask entrepreneurs oppose a federally imposed carbon tax. Help us fight this massive tax hike!

It’s time for Sask WCB to fix its funding policy!

We recently provided feedback to WCB’s review of its Funding Policy and recommended the Board fix its policy to stop overcharging employers.

Saskatchewan earns a "B" in national red tape report card

CFIB’s annual Red Tape Report Card recognizes the province’s commitment to reducing red tape. Find out how Sask can improve its grade.
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