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Saskatchewan, Canada Sales Tax Calculator and Details

Sales Tax Calculator



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Before Tax Amount$0.00

Sales Tax$0.00

Plus Tax Amount$0.00

Minus Tax Amount$0.00

If you're selling an item and want to receive $0.00 after taxes, you'll need to sell for $0.00.

Enter an amount into the calculator above to find out how what kind of sales tax you'll see in Saskatchewan, Canada. You'll then get results that can help provide you a better idea of what to expect.

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GST + PST Rate


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The cumulative sales tax rate for 2022 in Saskatchewan, Canada is 11%. This total rate is a combination of a Goods and Services Tax (GST) of 5% and a Provincial Sales Tax (PST) of 6%.

Sales Tax Breakdown For Saskatchewan, Canada

Sales Tax Type Sales Tax Rate
GST 5%
PST 6%
Combined Total 11%

PST applies to taxable goods and services consumed or used in Saskatchewan. It applies to goods and services purchased in the province as well as goods and services imported for consumption or use in Saskatchewan. New and used goods are subject to tax.

When you purchase or rent taxable goods or services from a supplier who is licensed to collect PST, you pay PST to the supplier. When you purchase or rent taxable goods or services from a supplier who did not collect the tax, such as an unlicensed supplier located outside Saskatchewan, you must self assess and pay the PST directly to the Revenue Division.

All businesses operating in Saskatchewan must be licensed or registered with the Ministry of Finance for PST purposes. Furthermore, businesses operating in Saskatchewan must register to obtain a PST number. Depending on the nature of the business, either a vendor's licence number or a registered consumer number will be issued.

Alcoholic beverages are not subject to PST but are subject to Liquor Consumption Tax (LCT) at a rate of 10 per cent on the total price paid by customers, excluding GST.

The rules and exemptions for PST are fairly complex and very detailed. Information about them span a very long list of separate documents.

Some of the more common items exempt from provincial sales tax include:

  • Basic groceries
  • Prescription drugs and medicines (that can only be obtained by prescription from a duly qualified medical practitioner)
  • Books and magazines
  • Feminine hygiene products
  • Certain medical equipment and orthopedic appliances
  • Diapers, cloth and disposable

Note that this is only a tiny subset of the enormous list of details the government provides. More details can be found on the official Saskatchewan government website we have linked below.

GST Exemptions

For more information about the items and services that are exempt from Good and Services Tax (GST), please refer to our main Canada sales tax page.

Sales Tax Table For Saskatchewan, Canada

  • Below is a table of common values that can be used as a quick lookup tool for a sales tax rate of 11% in Saskatchewan, Canada.
  • All numbers are rounded in the normal fashion.
  • To calculate the sales tax amount for all other values, use our sales tax calculator above.
Before Tax Amount Sales Tax Plus Tax Total
$ 1$ 0.11$ 1.11
$ 2$ 0.22$ 2.22
$ 3$ 0.33$ 3.33
$ 4$ 0.44$ 4.44
$ 5$ 0.55$ 5.55
$ 6$ 0.66$ 6.66
$ 7$ 0.77$ 7.77
$ 8$ 0.88$ 8.88
$ 9$ 0.99$ 9.99
$ 10$ 1.10$ 11.10
$ 15$ 1.65$ 16.65
$ 20$ 2.20$ 22.20
$ 25$ 2.75$ 27.75
$ 30$ 3.30$ 33.30
$ 40$ 4.40$ 44.40
$ 50$ 5.50$ 55.50
$ 100$ 11.00$ 111.00
$ 150$ 16.50$ 166.50
$ 200$ 22.00$ 222.00
$ 300$ 33.00$ 333.00
$ 400$ 44.00$ 444.00
$ 500$ 55.00$ 555.00
$ 1,000$ 110.00$ 1,110.00

For more details, please check the official government sources below.


For income tax, please visit our Saskatchewan Income Tax Rates and Calculator page.

Sales Tax Rates and Calculator Disclaimer

  • The data here only represents the estimated common sales tax rate in this particular location. For the sake of accuracy, please double check the official government websites that we have linked to for more details.
  • Our calculator only estimates sales tax. It does not consider other taxes, which may also exist.
  • Investomatica is not a tax advisor. While we try our best to stay up to date with changes in tax codes, we make no guarantee our rate data and calculator will always be accurate. Generally, we review changes once a year. If you notice a major miscalculation or error with our calculator (most likely caused by a typo somewhere), feel free to direct message us on twitter and let us know. However, if you have specific tax questions, please consult a licensed tax professional.

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