Province of Saskatchewan
The Canada Revenue Agency administers the Saskatchewan low‑income tax credit, which is a goods and services tax/harmonized sales tax (GST/HST) credit related program, on behalf of the Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan low‑income tax credit (SLITC)
This credit is a non‑taxable amount paid to help Saskatchewan residents with low and modest incomes.
For July 2015 to June 2016, this program provides $243 for an individual, $243 for a spouse or common–law partner (or for an eligible dependant), and $95 per child (maximum of two children), or an annual credit of up to $676 per family. The credit starts to be reduced when the adjusted family net income is more than $31,878. Families with adjusted family net income between $31,878 and $65,677 may get part of the credit.
The payments are combined with the quarterly payments of the federal GST credit. The Saskatchewan low–income tax credit program is fully funded by the Saskatchewan provincial government.
A toll-free enquiries service is available at the following numbers:
1-800-959-1953 (for service in English)
1-800-959-1954 (for service in French)
- Date modified:
- 2016 Ontario energy and property tax credit (OEPTC) - Calculation sheet for single seniors who have no children
- 2013 Northern Ontario Energy Credit (NOEC) - Calculation sheet for single individuals who have no children
- 2013 Ontario energy and property tax credit (OEPTC) - Calculation sheet for single individuals who share the care of all their children