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Purchase Tax Receipt

This service allows you to purchase a tax receipt for your property. Each receipt costs $25.00 CDN. A tax receipt confirms payments received on an account. You will be required to create a login profile to use this online service.

A tax receipt provides confirmation of payments received on an account. This document is NOT a Tax Statement for the purposes of the Municipal Act, 2001.  Should you wish to purchase a Tax Statement (also referred to as a Tax Certificate), go to Purchase Tax Certificate.

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To purchase a tax receipt, a Personal Identification Number (Tax PIN) is required. A Tax PIN may be obtained under the Manage Tax PIN feature. To obtain a Tax PIN, you will need your Customer Number which can be found in the upper-right corner of your most recent Mississauga Tax Bill.

 View Sample Tax Bill

Tax receipts are generated once a day on an overnight basis. Tax receipts ordered by 4:30 pm today will appear in your Digital Downloads tomorrow (i.e. next business day) after 9 a.m.

For inquiries and comments about this service, send us an email at Should you require immediate assitance, contact the Customer Service Centre at 3-1-1 or 905-615-4311 if calling outside City limits.


Find - Property Tax Account
Step 1: Enter Your Tax PIN  (case sensitive)

Step 2: Identify Your Property
Enter either your property location OR roll number. Only enter one or the other and not both. These can be found in the upper right-hand corner of your latest tax bill.

Enter Property Location
Roll Number:
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Step 3: Terms of Service
I understand that the following information is considered complete and up-to-date to the best knowledge of the City, however the City does not warrant against errors, omissions, and/or discrepancies with other sources. I understand that I may contact the Tax Department to discuss any concerns with my account.

Step 4: Captcha Verification