The Saskatchewan Government began mailing out $500 affordability cheques in mid-November; however, many residents are still checking their mailboxes daily, waiting for theirs to arrive. 

The Saskatchewan Affordability Tax Credit is a one-time payment being distributed to all eligible residents in the province. 

It was initially announced back in August, with Premier Scott Moe stating at the time that it was meant to help Saskatchewan residents with the rising cost of inflation. 

To be eligible for the credit, you must be 18 years old by December 31, 2022, who filed a 2021 income tax return as a Saskatchewan resident by October 31, 2022. 

The government states on its website that the cheques are being mailed to the addresses people provided on their 2021 tax forms. 

Fill out the poll below to let us know if you have received your check yet, and if you have any plans for how to spend it.