e-Stamping and Where to e-Stamp Documents

e-Stamping gives users the convenience of stamping documents at home, in office or at Service Bureaus.

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 Jul 2010 so that users could conveniently e-stamp anywhere and anytime. There are no subscription and transaction fees to this service. Today, adhesive stamps are no longer used and all documents chargeable for Stamp Duty have to be stamped through the e-Stamping system.

Methods of e-Stamping

1. e-Stamping Online (from Home)

e-Stamping allows you to stamp your documents at home in a few easy steps:

  1. Key in your document details online
  2. Check the amount of Stamp Duty you need to pay
  3. Click 'proceed to pay' and the full amount will be deducted through eNETS or by cheque / cashier's order if the total amount payable exceeds your NETS limit
  4. Print the Stamp Certificate once full payment is made
  5. If you pay by cheque / cashier's order, the Stamp Certificate will be ready for printing 5 working days after the payment is cleared
  1. Key in your document details online
  2. Check the amount of Stamp Duty you need to pay
  3. Click 'proceed to pay' and the full amount will be deducted through interbank GIRO or by cheque / cashier's order depending on the type of document stamped
  4. Print the Stamp Certificate once full payment is made
  5. If you pay by cheque / cashier's order, the Stamp Certificate will be ready for printing 5 working days after the payment is cleared

1For step-by-step instructions on signing up as a Registered User, please refer to e-Stamping User Guide.

To find out more on the key features and tips between Non-Registered User and Registered User, please click here.

To stamp your document online, go to the e-Stamping website.

2. e-Stamping at Service Bureaus

SingPost has 4 Service Bureaus where you can get assistance to stamp your documents. Please complete the requisition form before being served.

The locations and operating hours of the Service Bureaus are as follows:

BranchAddressOpening Hours

Novena Post Office 

 Revenue House
 55 Newton Road
 #01-02
 Singapore 307987

Mon - Fri 8.30am - 5.30pm 
Sat           8.30am - 1.00pm

Raffles Place Post Office 

Ocean Financial Centre
10 Collyer Quay
#B1-11
Singapore 049315

Mon - Fri 8.30am - 6.00pm

Robinson Road Post Office 

(Last day of operation will be

on 18 Feb 2017)

CPF Building
79 Robinson Road
#01-06
Singapore 068897

Mon - Fri 8.30am - 6.00pm
Sat           8.30am - 1.00pm

 Shenton Way Post Office New!

(With effect from 20 Feb 2017)

 Downtown Gallery

6A Shenton Way

#03-23
Singapore 068815

 Mon - Fri 8.30am - 6.00pm

Chinatown Post Office 

People's Park Centre
101 Upper Cross Street
#B1-17A
Singapore 058357

Mon - Fri 9.30am - 6.00pm
Sat           9.30am - 2.00pm

3. e-Stamping at the IRAS Surf Centre

You can also visit the IRAS Surf Centre to e-Stamp your documents at our e-Terminals.

The location and operating hours are as follows:

  Address Opening Hours

IRAS Surf Centre

Revenue House
55 Newton Road
1st Level
Taxpayer Service Centre
Singapore 307987
(Opposite Novena MRT Station)

Mon - Fri 8.00am - 5.00pm
Sat           8.00am - 1.00pm

(Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays)

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