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Stamp duty

What is e-Stamping?

IRAS was the first in the world to introduce subscription based electronic stamping or e-Stamping in 1999. The e-Stamping system was further enhanced in July 2010 to give you the convenience of stamping your documents at home, in office or from anywhere. There is no need to pay any subscription or transaction fee.

With e-Stamping, all you need to do is to key in your document details online and the system will automatically calculate the amount of Stamp Duty you need to pay.

If you agree to pay, the full amount will be deducted through eNETS for Non-Registered User (general public) or through interbank GIRO for Registered User. Once the full payment is made, you may print the Certificate of Stamp Certificate immediately.

To stamp your document online, click here.

With the introduction of e-Stamping, adhesive stamps are no longer in use. Please refer to the Stamp Duties (Amendment) Act 1999 and the Stamp Duties (Amendment) Act (Commencement) Notification 2012.

All documents liable to Stamp Duty will have to be stamped through the e-Stamping system.

Last Updated on 12 March 2014

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