Ministry of Finance
The Ministry of Finance plays a key role in establishing, implementing and reviewing government’s economic, fiscal, financial management and taxation policies. Read more... (PDF)
- Second Quarterly Report
An overview of British Columbia's fiscal forecast for the current fiscal year.
- BC Budget
Reader-friendly, plain-language overview of the provincial Budget including tax changes.
- Public Accounts
The Province of British Columbia’s audited financial statements and other key financial information for the past fiscal year.
- Carbon Tax
Learn more about how Carbon Tax is applied when you purchase or use fuel such as gasoline, diesel and propane in B.C.
- Economic Indicators
Statistics on labour force, economy, sales, tourism, and population in B.C.
- Taxpayer Accountability Principles
Public sector organizations are accountable to taxpayers in addition to their traditional fiduciary duty to their organization, including executive compensation.
- Division & Branches
Learn more about the Divisions and Branches at the Ministry of Finance.
- Public Sector Bargaining
Learn more about bargaining in B.C. with public sector employers.
- Open Information
Access publicly available government facts and figures.
- Freedom of Information (FOI)
Learn about the FOI process and how to submit a request.
- Provincial Sales Tax Exemptions
Provincial sales tax (PST) is a retail sales tax that applies when a taxable good or service is purchased, acquired or brought into B.C., unless a specific exemption applies.
- Home Owner Grant
Learn more on how to apply for a grant reduces the amount of property tax you pay for your principal residence.
- Pay or Defer Your Property Tax
Learn more on how you can apply to defer a portion or all of your residential or residential and farm property taxes after the home owner grant is deducted.
- Apply for Personal or Corporate Tax Credits
Find credits that apply to your corporation and read about how and where you can file the tax credit.
- Natural Resource Taxes
When you extract natural resources, harvest timber or own mineral rights in B.C. you're charged taxes, royalties and fees.