The one-time $500 Saskatchewan Affordability Tax Credit (SATC) has been mailed out to all eligible Saskatchewan residents. 

Except some residents have yet to receive their cheque.

The SATC Administration Centre advised that those who have moved and/or had a change of address in the last few months should contact the administration centre, in order to update their personal information and receive their cheque. 

The $500 SATC cheques were mailed to the listed address on residents' 2021 tax return for all Saskatchewan residents who filed by October 31st of this year.

Eligible Saskatchewan residents are also required to be 18 years of age or older as of December 31st of this year. 

It's important to take note that the $500 SATC cheques are not being forwarded to new addresses, and residents should contact the administration centre to update their personal information.

From there, it should take about eight weeks for residents to receive their cheque. If residents do not receive their cheque within that timeframe, they are asked to contact the administration centre again in February of 2023, in order for a new cheque to be re-issued.

The Saskatchewan government website advises to have the following information available to complete your address update when you contact their office:

  • Your full legal name;
  • Your date of birth;
  • Your Social Insurance Number (SIN); and
  • Your address as it appears on your 2021 tax return.

You can contact the SATC administration centre by email at or by phone at 1-800-667-6102 in order to update your address, or for more information.