We strive to provide you with the most robust tools possible, noting that there are many variables to consider, assumptions to be made, legislative changes to incorporate, and limitations to online calculating. The results of this calculator should provide for a useful estimate, but the end result may not be exact. For example, the calculation associated with the Small Business Deduction (“SBD”) tax rate, assumes Net Income for Tax Purposes is $500,000 or less. There may be different factors that may adjust Net Income for Tax Purposes above the SBD limit. In addition, please review the following assertions:
The calculated tax rate is the combinded Federal and Provincial Tax Rate.
Where Days in the Calendar Year are less than 365, you will need to also select a Stub Period Tax Rate to compute the correct combined rate.
Saskatchewan has a SBD Limit of $600,000. However, this calculator uses an SBD limit of $500,000 based on Net Income for Tax Purposes.
The Multi-Jurisdiction Tax Rate and Stub Period Tax Rate calculation are based on rates associated with General Income not eligible for SBD (M&P non-SBD Rate Variance: ON 1.5% Lower, SK 2% Lower, YK 9.5% Lower)
We can help provide a more exact tax rate, if assistance is required.