Saskatchewan Bill 62 received Royal Assent on May 17, 2017.
Under Bill 62, the Saskatchewan Labour-sponsored Venture Capital Tax Credit rate is reduced to 17.5% (from 20%) and the maximum individual annual tax credit that can be earned will decline to $875 (from $1,000), among other things. These amendments apply to 2018 and subsequent tax years.
The Province's 2017 budget previously proposed reducing the tax credit rate to 15% (from 20%), with the maximum individual annual tax credit that could be earned reduced to $750 (from $1,000).
Other 2017 budget measures, including a reduction to the general province corporate income tax rate to 5%, were included in Saskatchewan's Bill 69, which received Royal Assent on May 17, 2017.
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