2017 Saskatchewan Tax Tables

The 2017 Tax Year in Saskatchewan runs from January 2017 to December 2017 with individual tax returns due no later than the following April 30th 2018. The information deisplayed in the Saskatchewan Tax Brackets for 2017 is used for the 2017 Saskatchewan Tax Calculator

2017 Income Tax in Saskatchewan is calculated separately for Federal tax commitments and Saskatchewan Province Tax commitments depending on where the individual tax return is filed in 2017 (due to work / location). The 2017 Saskatchewan Tax return is completed as one single calculation with the total tax calculations, tax credits and exemptions centralised to simplyfy Saskatchewan tax calculations and 2017 tax returns in Saskatchewan.

2017 Saskatchewan Federal, Provicial and Territorial Tax Tables

The following tax data, rates and thresholds are used in the 2017 Saskatchewan Tax Calculator, if you spot and error or would like additional tax calculations integrated into the 2017 Saskatchewan Tax Calculator then please contact us.

    Saskatchewan Personal Income Tax Brackets and Tax Rates in 2017
    $0.00 - $45,225.0010.75%
    $45,225.00 - $129,214.0012.75%
    $129,214.00 and over14.75%
    Federal Personal Income Tax Brackets and Tax Rates in 2017
    $0.00 - $45,916.0015%
    $45,916.00 - $91,831.0022%
    $91,831.00 - $142,353.0026%
    $142,353.00 - $202,800.0029%
    $202,800.00 and over33%
Saskatchewan Personal Income Tax Brackets and Tax Rates in 2017
Saskatchewan Basic Personal Amount$16,065.00
Federal Basic Personal Amount$11,635.00
Age Amount Tax Credit (65+ years of age) $7,225.00
Age Amount Tax Credit reduced when income exceeds$36,430.00
Spouse or Common-Law Partner Amount$11,635.00
Spouse or Common-Law Partner Amount reduced when spousal/dependant income exceeds$
Spouse or Common-Law Partner Amount eliminated when spousal/dependant income exceeds$11,635.00
Child amount for dependent children under 18 $
Canada Employment Amount Tax Credit$1,178.00
Infirm Dependant Amount Tax Credit for Age 18 or Older$
Caregiver Amount Tax Credit$4,733.00
Caregiver Amount Tax Credit reduced when dependant income exceeds$
Disability Amount Tax Credit$8,113.00
Disability Amount supplement for taxpayers under 18 years of age$4,733.00
Disability Amount supplement for taxpayers under 18 years of age reduced when total child care and attendant care expenses claimed for this taxpayer by anyone exceed$2,772.00
MP, DB, RRSP, DPSP, and TFSA limits and the YMPE
RRSP dollar limit$26,010.00
RRSP Excess Rate1%
Canada Pension Plan (CPP) Deductions
Annual Maximum Pensionable Earnings$54,900.00
Annual Basic Exemption$3,500.00
Annual Maximum CPP Employee Contribution$2,593.80
CPP Contribution Rate$4.95
Employment Insurance (EI) Deductions
Employee Contribution Rate$1.66
Annual Maximum Insurable Earnings$51,700.00
Annual Maximum Employee Contribution$858.22

2017 Provicial and Territorial Tax Calculators

Saskatchewan 2018 Tax Year Filing Deadlines

The 2018 tax year runs from 1st January 2018 through to the 31st December 2018 in Saskatchewan with tax returns due for specific individuals / groups on the following dates:

  • 30th April 2019 Individual Tax Returns
  • 30th April 2019 Goods and Services Tax/Harmonized Sales Tax owing for the period
  • 15th June 2019 Self-employed individuals and their spouses
  • 30th June 2019 Non-Residents electing to file under section 217

Saskatchewan 2019 Tax Year Filing Deadlines

The 2019 tax year runs from 1st January 2019 through to the 31st December 2019 in Saskatchewan with tax returns due for specific individuals / groups on the following dates:

  • 30th April 2020 Individual Tax Returns
  • 30th April 2020 Goods and Services Tax/Harmonized Sales Tax owing for the period
  • 15th June 2020 Self-employed individuals and their spouses
  • 30th June 2020 Non-Residents electing to file under section 217