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The Ministry of Finance have determined that HARD window coverings such as BLINDS and SHADES that are affixed to the window frame and/or made custom for that specific window size are eligible for the tax credit program. Drapery, meaning Design Studio would not be eligible due to the fact that it could be removed and used in a different home.
Essentially the Saskatchewan government is utilizing the same guidelines that were set out in the 2009 Federal Tax Credit Home reno program which specifies in Sub.Sec. 118.04 that HARD window coverings (blinds) that are affixed to the frame are included as they become "enduring nature of the dwelling and are integral to the dwelling - the home owner would not remove them when selling the home"
There are specific details to the amounts and timing of the tax credits (I have attached more detail) and here is a short summary:
• 2020 and 2021 Eligible Home Renovation Expenses: Maximum Eligible Claim Amount of $11,000:
• Saskatchewan homeowners will be able to claim a tax credit on their 2021 provincial income tax for eligible home renovation expenses on their primary residence undertaken between October 1st 2020 and December 31, 2021 (15 month period).
• Eligible expenses between $1,000 and $12,000 can be claimed for a tax credit on a homeowners’ 2021 provincial income tax return. The maximum amount that can be claimed is $11,000 in eligible expenses, for a maximum tax credit of $1,155 ($11,000 in eligible expenses x 10.5% tax credit for a benefit of $1,155).
• 2022 Eligible Home Renovation Expenses: Maximum Eligible Claim Amount of $9,000:
• Saskatchewan homeowners will be able to claim a tax credit on their 2022 provincial income tax for total eligible expenses on their primary residence undertaken between Jan 1 st 2022 and December 31, 2022.
• Eligible expenses between $1,000 and $10,000 can be claimed for a tax credit on a homeowners 2022 provincial income tax return. The maximum amount that can be claimed for 2022 is $9,000 in eligible expenses, for a maximum tax credit of $945 ($9,000 in eligible expenses x 10.5% tax credit for a benefit of $945).