GIRO (General Interbank Recurring Order) is the preferred method of payment.


Majority of taxpayers use GIRO for tax payment.

Enjoy up to 12 interest-free monthly instalments or opt for a one-time yearly deduction.

Benefits of GIRO

Easy Ways to apply for GIRO

Apply now via:

GIRO Application Form
(Recommended) Master GIRO Application Form & Return Envelope (PDF, 1.29MB)

A Master GIRO allows you to pay your Income Tax, Goods & Services Tax and/or Property Tax by completing one application form.

You need to use your own bank account when signing up for Master GIRO.

Individual Income Tax GIRO Application Form & Return Envelope (PDF, 2.32MB)

(For taxpayers not using own bank account to sign up for GIRO)   

Reactivate GIRO v2
 Re-activate now via myTaxPortal

Use a Different Bank Account for my Existing GIRO Arrangement

  • Submit a new GIRO application
  • Revised payment plan will be sent once application is processed
  • Log in to myTax Portal to view payment plan details (Select "Account" > "View Payment Plan")

Terminate my GIRO Arrangement

  • Terminate via internet banking or contact your bank directly
  • Settle any outstanding tax immediately to avoid late payment penalty

Change my Plan Type (e.g. monthly instalment to one-time deduction)

Request to Extend Payment Plan

Electronic Payment Modes

Credit Card

Check with your credit card issuing bank if they offer any payment scheme to pay income tax via credit card. You can also use MasterCard (Credit or Debit cards) to pay tax on AXS e-Station over the internet or AXS m-Station mobile app. Credit card payments are not offered by IRAS directly because of the high transaction costs charged by the credit card service providers. This is to keep the cost of collection low to preserve public funds.

Telegraphic Transfer

Telegraphic Transfer is only for payments from overseas and the payment modes listed above are not applicable.