Tell Us Where You Collect Tax
Add Saskatchewan to the places where you collect tax. This tells AvaTax to calculate tax on Saskatchewan transactions. See the Saskatchewan Government website for details about nexus, registration, and taxes in Saskatchewan.
- In general, you're required to register to collect provincial sales tax (PST) on all taxable goods and services consumed or used in Saskatchewan
- You may be required to register even if you're not physically located in the province, if you sell goods that are delivered to Saskatchewan
- You must also self-assess PST on rent, taxable goods, or services if the supplier doesn't collect tax on your behalf
- Register in person or by fax using the correct form from the Saskatchewan Ministry of Finance
- See the Saskatchewan Provincial Sales Tax website for more details about PST
You don't have to select a tax type for Saskatchewan.
Add Your Company Locations
Saskatchewan doesn't require location reporting on the sales tax returns. Add any physical locations you have in Saskatchewan to enhance your company setup and track sales by location.
Schedule Your Returns
Your company name and taxpayer ID from Your Company Details show up on your returns. Make sure they match what’s on your registration information.
Use this info to schedule your returns. Keep in mind that the selections you made when you told us where you collect tax, any location codes you entered, and the forms you select are related and should tie together.
- Select the CA GST/HST form to report and remit Canada GST
- Select form CA Saskatchewan if you're registered to collect PST in Saskatchewan
- Enter a username and password for Saskatchewan's SETS website if you want the return to be filed electronically
- Canadian returns must be funded and remitted in Canadian dollars (CAD). Provide info for electronic payment, if requested, when you schedule the return.
- If you don't agree to fund and report in CAD, Avalara offers Signature Ready returns where we prep the returns and you're responsible for filing and paying. You can also file in house if you don't want to do either of these options.