How to check outstanding property tax and payment details via myTax Portal.

Steps to Check Outstanding Property Tax

How to check your outstanding property tax:

  • Use the IRAS bot by clicking 'IRAS Bot' at the bottom right of the webpage.
  • Use the 'Check Property Tax Balance' digital service without having to log in to
    • Click 'Proceed with search'.
    • Search using your property address and your tax reference number (i.e. NRIC / FIN number) or your property tax reference number.
    • Type in the verification code shown in the image.
    • Select 'Search for property'.

Use the property tax reference number to pay your outstanding tax via the various payment options available.

Alternatively, if you wish to check the details of your past payment transactions, you will need to:

  1. Log in to
  2. Select 'Account'. 
  3. Select 'View Account Summary',
IRAS issues the property tax bill yearly in advance and it is due 31 Jan of every year.
Payment for all other notices issued within the year is due 1 month from the date of notice.

Other Account and Payment Services

Once logged in, under 'Account' > 'View Account Summary', you can also:

  1. View tax account details (tax balance);
  2. View/ print a statement of account;
  3. Apply for GIRO; or
  4. Pay property tax via Internet Banking.

For more details, please refer to the User Guide on View Account Summary.


How do I find out my property tax reference number?

The property tax reference number is reflected in your property tax bill. Alternatively, you can use our 'View Property Dashboard' digital service to obtain your reference number.

I paid my property tax via AXS / internet banking. Why isn't it reflected in myTax Portal?

Your payment will only be reflected in myTax Portal after 3 working days. Please log in again after 3 working days to view your tax balance.

My husband and I are co-owners of a property. Why do we see two amounts when we log in to myTax Portal? Are both owners required to pay?

Property tax is a tax levied on property ownership. The payment arrangement on the property tax payable is a private matter to be settled among the property owners. If one of the owners has made payment, the co-owner is not required to make another payment for the same property.

Both owners will be able to view the same amount in myTax Portal as it is tied to the same property.