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General information

MyTax is the electronic platform, set up by the Brussels Regional Public Service Taxation (Brussels Fiscality) to enable you to manage your tax file online.

You can consult various documents relating to your tax file and execute several things (request for reduction, exemption, payment plan, payment of your taxes, lodging a complaint, etc.).
When you use MyTax, Brussels Fiscality may process personal data concerning you.


This privacy statement applies exclusively to MyTax. For a complete overview of the processing of personal data by Brussels Fiscality, please consult our Data Protection Policy concerning the processing of personal data.

Data Controller and Data Protection Officer

The controller is Brussels Regional Public Service Taxation (Brussels Fiscality), located at Place Saint-Lazare 2,1210 Bruxelles, represented by its Director General.  

Like any public authority, Brussels Fiscality has a Data Protection Officer, whose main role is to ensure that Brussels Fiscality complies with the privacy legislation. She/He is also the contact person at the Data Protection Authority. To contact her/him, please send an email to the following address:

Securing access to MyTax

Access and connection to MyTax is made by secure means of identification (electronic identity card, itsme® application, etc.), to ensure that only you or your representatives can access and consult your tax file.

Personal data collected when using MyTax and the purposes of this processing

In addition to the data processed by Brussels Fiscality in the context of its legal missions, some data concerning you may be collected when you use MyTax.
These are essentially identification and contact data, which allow Brussels Fiscality to contact you or your representative:

  • email address;
  • telephone number;
  • correspondence address.
These data allow Brussels Fiscality, depending on the choices you have made, to contact you in order to inform you of the progress of your tax file. You can thus be informed by email about the availability of an official document (assessment notice, decision of payment plan, etc.), which can be consulted directly on MyTax.
This contact data may also be used by Brussels Fiscality for any communication with you or your representative, even outside the use of MyTax, within the limits of its other legal powers which would not be supported by MyTax.
By entering this data on MyTax, you acknowledge that you have explicitly given your consent for this data to be used by Brussels Fiscality for the above-mentioned purposes.

Data storage

The data you enter on MyTax are kept by Brussels Fiscality as long as a tax file is open in your name and as long as you have not decided to delete it.

Addressees and transmission to third parties

The data collected by MyTax are exclusively intended for Brussels Fiscality and its staff in order to contact you, in compliance with the purposes set out above.
They are not passed on to third parties.

Your rights and how to exercise them

You have the right to access, at any time, your personal data contained in MyTax. To do so, all you have to do is identify yourself.
You can change your profile and the data you have entered at any time. You can also delete this data and choose to no longer receive notifications about the availability of documents related to your tax file on MyTax.
Please note, however, that by deleting your contact data, you will no longer receive notifications about the availability of certain documents or the follow-up to your requests; you will then have to consult your profile regularly to be notified or will wait until you receive the document concerned by post. Brussels Fiscality will no longer be able to use your contact data collected in MyTax to contact you in the context of its other missions.

Complaints and appeals

Without prejudice to any other administrative appeal or judicial remedy, if you consider that the processing of your personal data constitutes a breach of the general data protection regulation, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the Data Protection Authority. You may also submit a judicial appeal if you consider that your rights have been violated as a result of the processing of personal data in violation of the general data protection regulation.
To lodge a complaint, please contact the Data Protection Authority directly:

           Autorité de protection des données
           Rue de la Presse, 35
           1000 Bruxelles

Cookie policy

To facilitate the use of MyTax and make it more pleasant, the BRPST uses cookies. They allow its sites to remember your actions and preferences (username, language, font size and other display settings) for a given time, so that you do not have to re-enter this information each time you visit these sites or browse from one page to another.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files, possibly encrypted, saved by a website on your computer or any other technological device (smartphone, tablet, etc.) that you use to view it. The purpose of these cookies is to speed up and personalise your use of the BRPST website as you visit and return to it.
To that end, cookies communicate information between your web browser (Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, etc.) and the server that hosts its website. For example, cookies communicate about your display preferences (language, font size, etc.), your browsing history, your choices among the options offered by a site or registration data.
For example, cookies allow the BRPST to compare new visitors with old ones, to understand how users browse MyTax, to count visitors and to obtain data to improve the browsing experience in the future.
Cookies do not keep track of any personal information about a user and the identifiable data will never be recorded. If you do not wish to use cookies, you must configure your computer settings to delete all cookies from websites and/or receive a notification if cookies are stored.
If you do not wish to change the configuration of cookies, you can simply continue browsing MyTax.

What type of cookies do we use?

Type of cookieEssential/
Storage periodName of the cookiePurpose of the cookie
Cookies strictly necessary for browsingEssentialSessionJSESSIONID
Maintain the user's session
Maintain user's registration
Analytical and performance cookiesEssentialThese cookies are anonymous and can last for up to 12 months
Google Analytics
For example, know the number of visitors, their geographical location, their browsing behaviour on the site (how and by which page they accessed it, the pages that followed in their session and the page by which they left the site), the time of the visit,
These cookies are anonymous and can last for up to 2 years_ga
Functional cookiesEssential
These cookies are anonymous and can last for up to 12 months

Show or hide the cookie bar

Obtain the visitor's consent for non-essential cookies
Targeting cookiesNon-essential
These cookies are anonymous and can last for up to 3 months

1. avoid that the visitor is repeatedly confronted with the same advertisements
2. measure the effectiveness of our various communication actions, or of an advertising campaign
3. personalize advertising on our websites and other communication platforms.
Cookies from third party websitesNon-essential

Cookies stricly necessary for browsing
These cookies are essential in order to browse the site and enjoy its features. They cannot be disabled in our systems. They are deposited on your device in response to actions you take that amount to a request for services, such as setting your privacy preferences, logging in (accessing secure areas of the website) or completing forms.
They allow you to:

  • navigate between the different sections of the website;
  • fill out forms;
  • verify your identity safely before granting access to your personal information when a personal account has been created, including browsing between secure areas of the site that require authentication.

You can configure your browser to block cookies or alert you to the existence of cookies. If you later refuse these cookies, some areas of the website or some of the services will not work properly or not at all.

Analytical and performance cookies
These cookies collect information about how visitors use a website, and in particular how users use and behave on sites.
These cookies allow the BRPST to compile statistics. For example, by counting visits and traffic sources so that the BRPST can measure and improve the performance of its websites and services. They help it to know which pages are the most and least popular, how visitors navigate its sites and how its services are used.
These cookies are also used to check its performance in the sense that they will also indicate whether error messages are issued, how often and on the basis of which actions.
Cookies do not collect data that identifies visitors. Insofar as all the information collected by these cookies is collected, it remains anonymous. These cookies are only intended to improve the functioning of websites.
The information collected by cookies is aggregated. If you delete these cookies, the BRPST will not know when you visited our site or used its services and will not be able to monitor its performance.        
By using a BRPST website, you agree to receive this type of cookie on your technological device.

Functional cookies
Functional cookies, also known as "functionality cookies", provide improved and customizable features. They facilitate and analyze the operation of websites in order to make their use more pleasant and personalized by allowing the site to remember the choices you have made and by providing you with more precise and personal characteristics.
They allow to:

  • customize services by memorizing your preferences (remember your username, language, currency, region where you are, etc.);
  • avoid having to repeat your choices each time you visit the site (remember user changes, such as text size or font size);
  • collect the information provided in the online forms;
  • provide services you have requested (such as watching a video or leaving a comment on a blog);
  • establish statistics (number of unique visitors, etc.);
  • analyze the use of the site and the popularity of our pages.

These cookies are specific to the content management platform (WordPress, Drupal, Liferay, Craft CMS, etc.), which is a form of software that can be described as the "engine" of a site.
The information collected by these cookies is made anonymous and cannot track your browsing activity on other sites. With the exception of the cookie setting your language preference, functional cookies expire when your browser closes. They are therefore deleted from your computer or other technological device when you leave this software.
By using a BRPST website, you agree to receive this type of cookie on your device. If you block these cookies, some or all of these services may not work properly.

Targeting cookies
These cookies collect information about your Internet browsing habits and the use of BRPST services in order to provide you with advertisements that are tailored to you and correspond to your interests. They also limit the number of times you will see an add and help the BRPST evaluate the effectiveness of our advertising campaigns. They are generally installed by advertising networks with the permission of the website operator. They memorize visits to a site and share this information with other companies (advertisers, etc.). Targeting cookies are often linked to the site's features provided by the partner company.
They allow to:

  • avoid that you are repeatedly confronted with the same advertisements;
  • measure the effectiveness of our various communication actions, or of an advertising campaign;
  • personalize advertising on our websites and other communication platforms.

Information is collected and shared with third parties to provide audience targeting and optimization solutions for our administrations, publishers and possibly advertisers. No personal data are collected and an individual cannot be identified via the data collected.
Targeting cookies are based on the unique identification of your browser and technological device on the Internet (IP address). By blocking these cookies, adds will continue to appear. On the other hand, you will experience less targeted advertising.

Cookies issued on our sites by third parties
As a result of third-party applications integrated into our sites or services, cookies issued by third parties may be installed in third-party applications integrated into BRPST websites or services, in advertising content (graphics, animations, videos, etc.) broadcast via advertising spaces integrated into BRPST websites or services. For example with the "Share" and "Like" buttons, which come from social networks such as "Facebook", "Twitter", "LinkedIn", "Viadeo", etc.
The social network providing such button is likely to identify you through this button, even if you have not used this button when visiting a BRPST website or its services. This type of application button may allow the social network to track your browsing on a BRPST website or its services, simply because your account on the social network was activated on your technological device (open session) during your browsing on a BRPST website or its services.
The issuance and use of cookies by third parties is subject to the privacy policies of such third parties. Thus, the BRPST has no control over the process used by social networks to collect information relating to your browsing on its websites or services and associated with the personal data at their disposal.
The BRPST invites you to consult the privacy policies of these social networks in order to learn about the purposes of use, particularly advertising, of the browsing information they may collect through these application buttons. These protection policies must allow you to make your choices on these social networks, in particular by setting up your user accounts for each of these networks.
The BRPST reminds you that you can, at any time, simply and free of charge, choose to refuse the registration of cookies on your technological device in such a way that neither the BRPST nor its partners have any information collected by cookies.

How do I manage cookies on my computer, tablet, etc?

Most Internet browsers are automatically configured to accept cookies. However, you can configure your browser to accept or block cookies or some of them.
More information about cookies: (EN/FR), Wikipedia.
You can delete cookies already installed on your technological device (computer, smartphone, tablet, etc.) at any time and configure most browsers to block them. However, in this case, you may have to indicate certain preferences each time you visit one of the BRPST sites. As a result, some services and features may not be available. In other words, the BRPST cannot guarantee that you will have access to all the services on its websites if you refuse to accept cookies.
If you wish to decline commercial cookies (including Google), you can do so using the website below:
In your browser settings you have the option to refuse the installation of cookies. How to enable or disable cookies and delete them, depends on your device and Internet browser:





Important legal information
My Tax is published under the responsibility of the Brussels Regional Public Service Taxation. Through this platform, the Administration makes several tax and legal information available to the public.
The information on MyTax is the result of a substantial amount of work to develop, verify and present the content.
Some parts of MyTax popularize the tax legislation in force. These sections aim to explain some basic principles in understandable language. These passages are of a purely informative nature and therefore do not allow any rights to be derived from them.
The Administration aims to constantly update all information. If, despite this concern, errors remain, corrections will be made as soon as they are reported.
All the information contained on MyTax is subject, among other things, to legislation on copyright enforcement, database protection, privacy protection or the Ordinance of 27 October 2016 on the establishment of an open data policy (Open Data) and transposing Directive 2013/37/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 June 2013 amending Directive 2003/98/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 November 2003 on the re-use of public sector information.

Mandatory legal notices

Responsible editor:

Name and address of the responsible editor

Dirk De Smedt

Place Saint-Lazare 2,

1210 Brussels

Technical direction:

Bruxelles Fiscalité

Place Saint-Lazare 2,

1210 Brussels


The user of the information in these pages waives the right to lodge any complaint, of any nature whatsoever, concerning the use made of the information made available via the system, whether this complaint is lodged against the Belgian State or against any other body that provided the information.
The user further undertakes to bear all risks inherent in the use of the system, including the risk that computers, software or data may be damaged by any virus that may have been transmitted or activated through the system or by the fact that the user has accessed the system.
Dispute resolution
Any dispute concerning MyTax and/or its content is subject to the rules of Belgian law and falls under the exclusive jurisdiction of the Brussels courts.

It is possible to create a direct link to a content page of the Brussels Fiscality portal, without prior authorisation.
It is prohibited to embed all or part of the Brussels Fiscality portal in a frame (for example, the so-called encapsulation technique) or to use any other technique by deliberately concealing the original address and legal notices.
Indication of data origin and intellectual property.

Mandatory information on the origin of the data
The law of 7 March 2007 deals with the reuse of public information and data for commercial and non-commercial use. The following procedures shall be applied in the context of data reuse.

For non-commercial use only
The user will mention: © SPRB BRUXELLES FISCALITE, link to the website, followed by the year of data reuse.
The link will be associated with the url and made clickable. For example: © SPRB BRUXELLES FISCALITE,

For commercial use
The user will mention: © SPRB BRUXELLES FISCALITE (the date of update of the data) + (the short or long url of the page of the website from which the data originate).
The link will be associated with the url and made clickable. For example: 2013, (example with short url).

Reproduction and reuse of data
Data reuse is free of charge. This free access does not exclude certain restrictions on the extraction and reuse of data from the Brussels Fiscality portal.

Copyright and database protection
The legislation on copyright (Law of 30 June 1994) but also on the legal protection of databases (Law of 31 August 1998), among others, applies to the entire Brussels Fiscality portal and its content. In the case of commercial use, the reuse, extraction, duplication or reproduction of data and computer code is subject to prior request. The person or organisation reusing the data from the Brussels Fiscality portal may not alter them. It will ensure that the integrity and nature of the administrative document or its html/xml code are respected. The modification of the html code is subject to a prior written request.

Any questions should be sent by e-mail to or by post to:
La Direction des Affaires Juridiques 
Place Saint-Lazare 2,
1210 Bruxelles

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