Are you GST READY?


Transition to GST with ease in 3 quick steps:


Step 1: Enter GSTIN 

  • Click on Settings and select Tax
  • Click on the tax registration tick box stating 'Is your business registered for GST?'
  • Enter your GST Identification Number (GSTIN) in the box below
  • Click on ‘Save’
  • Enabling GST will auto-activate GST on the 1st of July 2018 and before 1 July tax will continue to work the same way as it does today. 




Step 2: Enter the HSN/SAC number ‘Product Type’ /Additional Payment Type wise

  • Click on product and select 'Edit Product' to add the HSN/SAC code to an existing product or 'Create Product' in order to create a new product and add the HSN/SAC code for the same
  • Add the HSN/SAC code applicable for each product 
  • Click on ‘Save’



  • Click on Settings and select 'Additional Payment Master'
  • Click on 'Select' to add the HSN/SAC code to an existing additional payment product or click on 'New' in order to create a new product and add the HSN/SAC code for the same
  • Add the HSN/SAC code applicable for each additional payment product /service
  • Click on ‘Save’



Step 3: Change to bill level computation

  • GST is a Bill level Tax computation, for all customers who were using previously using the receipt level tax computation will now have to change to bill level tax computation in order to enable GST calculations.
  • Important: If your tax computation is currently at 'receipt level', then the product/service prices at your gym are inclusive of taxes as the tax settings for your gym is at 'Receipt Level'. If the current price of your product is configured as Rs.1000/- it implies that it is inclusive of 15% service tax i.e. Rs.850/- is the product price & 150/- is towards the tax. Thus going forward with GST you will have to reverse your gym prices to be exclusive of taxes.
  • If you would like FitnessForce to reverse the product prices for you, click on  Yes, I want FitnessForce to reverse (reduce) the prices of my products/services in the software by 15% & make them exclusive of taxes on the enable GST page.