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
Name and address of the responsible editor
Dirk De Smedt
Place Saint-Lazare 2,
Place Saint-Lazare 2,
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.
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 fiscalite.brussels link will be associated with the fiscalite.brussels url and made clickable. For example: © SPRB BRUXELLES FISCALITE, fiscalite.brussels
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 fiscalite.brussels link will be associated with the fiscalite.brussels url and made clickable. For example: 2013, fiscalite.brussels (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 email@example.com or by post to:
La Direction des Affaires Juridiques
Place Saint-Lazare 2,