The first step in calculating your property tax is knowing and understanding your assessment. The value that your property is assessed at is determined by SAMA (Saskatchewan Asset Management Agency). To learn more about what an assessment notice is and how to read one, please click here.
Assessment Notices are only sent to property owners when they have purchased land, built or renovated a structure, or demolished a building. To view the assessment of your property simply visit www.sama.sk.ca, click map search and you can search for your property.
Property Taxes are generally levied in the Town of Carnduff in the month of May.
How do you calculate your taxes? The calculation to figure our the MUNICIPAL PORTION of your taxes is as follows:
((Assessment x Mill Rate) x Mill Rate Factor) + base tax = property taxes
For 2017, the mill rate information that is required is as follws:
2017 Municipal Mill Rate is 7.10
2017 Municipal Mill Rate Factor for Residential is 1
2017 Municipal Mill Rate Factor for Commercial is 1
2017 Base Tax for Residential Land & Improvements is $967.00
2017 Base Tax for Commercial Land & Improvements is $967.00
2017 School Mill Rate for Residential is 4.12 (set by the Provincial Government)
2016 School Mill Rate for Commercial is 6.27 (set by the Provincial Government)
Sally Sue's Assessment for her property is 163,400.
((163,400/1,000 x 7.10) x 1) +$967.00 = $2,127.14
((163,400/1,000) x 4.12) = $673.21
Total 2017 Taxes for Sally Sue's property is ($2,127.14 + $673.21) $2,800.35.
XYZ Construction Assessment for their property is 163,400.
((163,400/1,000 x 7.10) x 1) + $967.00 = $2,127.14
(163,400/1,000 x 6.27) = $1,024.52
Total 2016 Property Taxes for XYZ Construction is ($2,127.14 + $1,024.52) $3,151.66.