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Step 3 - Saskatchewan Assured Income for Disability

Have you provided all the necessary financial information?

You answered "no".

Here is the information you will need to provide all the necessary financial information.

During your intake appointment, you will provide your Income Assistance Worker or an Assured Income Specialist with information about your financial needs and your disability. This information will help fill out all of the necessary documentation for your application. Make sure to provide all sources of income and assets you possess.


If you have any of the following assets, you will need to provide documentation.

  • Bank statement for your savings, personal chequing, or business accounts that have a current balance of $50 or more
  • Registered savings plans, bonds, trust funds, annuities
  • Mortgage and title documents if you own your home and/or any other properties
  • Prepaid funeral statement
  • Notes receivable, mortgage receivable, and agreements for sale


You must provide cheque stubs or proof of income from all financial sources. This includes:

  • Wages
  • Pensions
  • Maintenance/child support payments
  • If you are a farmer, the information on your income and expenses

Cost of Basic Living Expenses

You must provide all of the following information about the cost of your basic living expenses:

  • Current or last month’s receipts for rent and utility bills
  • Mortgage payment statement, property insurance documents, tax notice
  • Babysitting receipts
  • Any court orders or legal documents such as divorce documents or maintenance orders

Please note that if you are currently receiving other benefits, you may not need to complete this step.

Your Income Assistance Worker, or an Assured Income Specialist will assist you with your Application for Benefits. This application will be used to determine if you are eligible for SAID benefits. You may also select a box to indicate that you want to apply for the Saskatchewan Income Support (SIS) program if it is determined that you are not eligible for SAID benefits.

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Important information about benefits for Indigenous Peoples

If you are Indigenous there are many things that affect the benefits you can get and the dollar amounts you can get from them. These include the agreements your band or governing body has with provincial, territorial, and federal governments. Before applying to any benefits, you should speak with your governing body, if applicable.

AFOA Canada and Prosper Canada are currently seeking funding to develop an online tool that serves the needs of Indigenous people living in Canada.