MSME/ SSI/ Udyog Aadhar Registration

MSME stands for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises. MSME plays a pivotal role in the growth of Indian economy which is majorly dependent upon agriculture and small business. MSME being the backbone of the economy is highly supported by the government. The government of India provides various subsidies, schemes & incentives to MSME’s through Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises Development (MSMED) Act.

To avail various benefits, incentives, schemes, and subsidies granted by the government to MSME, entrepreneurs need to register themselves as MSME under MSMED Act. The registration is called MSME/SSI/Udyog Aadhar Registration.

MSME are classified into 2 classes- Manufacturing and Service Enterprises. The limit for investment in plant and machinery / equipment for manufacturing / service enterprises are as under:

Type of Enterprise Manufacturing Enterprises Service Enterprises
Investment in Plant & Machinery
Micro Enterprises Does not exceed 25 lakhs Does not exceed 10 lakhs
Small Enterprises More than 25 lakhs but does not exceed 5 crores More than 10 lakhs but does not exceed 2 crores
Medium Enterprises More than 5 crores but does not exceed 10 crores More than 2 crores but does not exceed 5 crores

Benefits of MSME Registration

  • Easy access to credit
  • Cheaper bank loans
  • Tax Exemptions
  • Opportunities to participate in exhibitions abroad
  • Capital Investment subsidies
  • Power tariff subsidies
  • Priority sector lending

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30 Nov 21 Last date to hold AGM for FY 20-21. (Extended from 30 Sep)
30 Nov 21 Statement of foreign remittances by authorized dealers for June quarter.
30 Nov 21 Uploading declarations received in Form. 15G/15H during quarter ending June.
30 Nov 21 Filing of pending GST-3B Returns from July 2017 to April 2021 with reduced late fee under Amnesty scheme.
31 Dec 21 GST Annual Return for 20-21. Mandatory if Turnover > 2 cr.
31 Dec 21 Self certified GST Audit Report for 20-21. Mandatory if Turnover > 5 cr.
31 Dec 21 Efiling of Annual Statement of Equalisation Levy for 2020-21. (Google Tax/Tax on Digital Ads by service recipient on payments above 1 lac to a foreign service provider)
31 Dec 21 Application for exercise of option of New Scheme of income tax in ITR
31 Dec 21 Filing ITR for AY 2021-22 for non-audit cases. (extended due date)
31 Dec 21 Statement of foreign remittances by authorized dealers for Sep quarter.
31 Dec 21 Uploading declarations received in Form. 15G/15H during quarter ending June.
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