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T1 General - 2015 Saskatchewan Tax

This calculator, relevant to Saskatchewan, comprises 3 steps to calculate the figure for line 428 of your tax return:

Step 1 - Saskatchewan non-refundable tax credits

Step 2 - Saskatchewan tax on taxable income

Step 3 - Saskatchewan tax

Saskatchewan Tax and Credits
Step 1 - Saskatchewan non-refundable tax credits
Basic personal amountclaim $15,63958041
Age amount (if born in 1950 or earlier) (use the Provincial Worksheet)(maximum $4,764)5808+2
Spouse or common-law partner amount
Base amount
Minus: his or her net income from page 1 of your return-
Result: (if negative, enter "0")= (maximum $15,639)5812+3
Amount for an eligible dependant
Base amount
Minus: his or her net income from page 1 of your return-
Result: (if negative, enter "0")= (maximum $15,639)5816+4
Amount for infirm dependants age 18 or older (use the Provincial Worksheet)5820+5
Amount for dependent children born in 1997 or later. (Complete the chart on the last page.)Number of chldren6370 x $5,933 =5821+6
Senior supplementary amount (if born in 1950 or earlier)Claim $1,2585822+7
CPP or QPP contributions:
(amount from line 308 of your federal Schedule 1)5824+•8
(amount from line 310 of your federal Schedule 1)5828+•9
Employment insurance premiums:
(amount from line 312 of your federal Schedule 1)5832+•10
(amount from line 317 of your federal Schedule 1)5829+•11
Home Buyer's amount(maximum $10,000)5837+12
Pension income amount(maximum $1,000)5836+13
Caregiver amount (use Provincial Worksheet)5840+14
Disability amount (for self) (Claim $9,214, or if you were under 18 years of age, use the Provincial Worksheet.)5844+15
Disability amount transferred from a dependant (use the Provincial Worksheet)5848+16
Interest paid on your student loans (amount from line 319 of your federal Schedule 1)5852+17
Your tuition and education amounts [use and attach Schedule SK(S11)]5856+18
Tuition and education amounts transferred from a child5860+19
Amounts transferred from your spouse or common-law partner [use and attach Schedule SK(S2)]5864+20
Medical expenses:
Amount fromline of your federal Schedule 1586821
Enter $2,208 or 3% of line 236 of your return, whichever is less.-22
Line 21 minus line 22 (if negative, enter "0")=23
Allowable amount of medical expenses for other dependants (use the Provincial Worksheet)5872+24
Add lines 23 and 24.5876+25
Add lines 1 to 20, and line 25.5880=26
Saskatchewan non-refundable tax credit rate (%)x27
Multiply line 26 by line 27.5884=28
Donations and gifts:
Amount from line 345 of your federal Schedule 9x 11% =29
Amount from line 347 of your federal Schedule 9x 15% =+30
Add lines 29 and 30.5896=+31
Add lines 28 and 31. Enter this amount on line 46.Saskatchewan non-refundable tax credits6150=32
Step 2 - Saskatchewan tax on taxable income
Enter your taxable income from line 260 of your return. 33
Complete the appropriate column depending on the amount on line 33.Line 33 is $44,028 or lessLine 33 is more than $44,028 but not more than $125,795Line 33 is more than $125,795
Enter the amount from line 3334
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Line 34 minus line 35 (cannot be negative)===36
x%x%x%37
Multiply line 36 by line 37===38
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Add lines 38 and 39Saskatchewan tax on taxable income===40
Step 3 - Saskatchewan tax
Enter your Saskatchewan tax on taxable income from line 40.41
Enter the Saskatchewan farm and small business capital gains tax credit from Form T1237.6355-•42
Line 41 minus line 42=43
Enter your Saskatchewan tax on split income from Form T1206.6151+•44
Add lines 43 and 44.=45
Enter your Saskatchewan non-refundable tax credits from line 32.46
Saskatchewan dividend tax credit: Credit calculated for line 6152 on the Provincial Worksheet6152+•47
Saskatchewan overseas employment tax credit: Amount from line 426 of your federal Schedule 1x 50% =6153+•48
Saskatchewan minimum tax carryover: Amount from line 427 of your federal Schedule 1x 50% =6154+•49
Add lines 46 to 49.=-50
Line 45 minus line 50 (if negative enter "0")=51
Saskatchewan additional tax for minimum tax purposes: Form T691: line 108 minus line 111x 50% = +52
Add lines 51 and 52=53
Enter the provincial foreign tax credit from Form T2036.-54
Line 53 minus line 54 (if negative enter "0")=55
Political contribution tax credit
Enter Saskatchewan political contributions made in 2015636856
Credit calculated for line 57 on the Provincial Worksheet(maximum $650)-57
Line 55 minus line 57 (if negative, enter "0")=58
Labour-sponsored venture capital tax credit
For investments in venture capital corporations that are registered in Saskatchewan: Enter your tax credit from Slip T2C (Sask.).(maximum $1,000)59
For investments in venture capital corporations that are registered federally: Enter your tax credit from Slip T2C (Sask.).(maximum $1,000)+60
Add lines 59 and 60(maximum $1,000)6374=•►-61
Line 58 minus line 61 (if negative, enter "0")=62
Step 3 - Saskatchewan tax (continued)
Enter the amount from line 6263
Saskatchewan employee's tools tax credit
Enter your one-time trade entry credit from Part 3 of Form T1284.6356•64
Unused one-time trade entry credit from your 2014 notice of assessment or notice of reassessment65
Enter your annual maintenance credit from Part 4 of Form T1284.6357+•66
Add lines 65 and 66=67
Enter the amount from line 64 or line 67, whichever applies.Line 64Line 67 -68
Line 63 minus line 68 (if negative enter "0")=69
Saskatchewan mineral exploration tax credit
Saskatchewan mineral exploration tax credit from Slip SK-METC6360•70
Unused Saskatchewan mineral exploration tax credit from your 2014 notice of assessment or notice of reassessment+71
Add lines 70 and 71=-72
Line 69 minus line 72 (if negative, enter "0")=73
Saskatchewan graduate tuition tax credit
Enter the amount from line 10 of Form RC360, Saskatchewan Graduate Retention Program.6364-74
Line 73 minus line 74 (if negative, enter "0") Enter the result on line 428 of your return.Saskatchewan tax=75
Request for carryback of unused mineral exploration tax credit
Amount from line 7276
Amount from line 69-77
Line 76 minus line 77 (if negative, enter "0")=78
Enter on line 79 any part of the amount from line 78 you want to carry back to 2014 to reduce your Saskatchewan tax. Enter on line 80 any amount you want to carry back to 2013 and on line 81 any amount you want to carry back to 2012.
Enter the amount you want to carry back to 2014.6361•79
Enter the amount you want to carry back to 2013.6362•80
Enter the amount you want to carry back to 2012.6363•81

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