Corporate Tax Quick Reference Card
CURRENT TO JANUARY 15, 20211
SMALL BUSINESS LIMITS
|Province||Small business limit 2||Combined tax rate|
|SK3|| $500,000/$600,000||9.00% / 15.00%|
1 Tax rates reflect budget proposals and news releases to January 15, 2021
2 Saskatchewan ($600,000) has a small business limit that differs from the rest of the country ($500,000)
3 In Saskatchewan, for active business income up to $500,000 the combined tax rate is 9%. For active business income ranging from $500,000 to $600,000 the combined tax rate is 15%.
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