Form 3800 financial definition of Form 3800
A form that a company files with the IRS
to claim any general business credit. Examples of general business credits include the Indian employment credit and the welfare-to-work credit.
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Those taxpayers can claim the credit directly on Form 3800
, General Business Credit (see Form 8881 instructions).
For example, if a vehicle is purchased by a business, the credit is part of the general business credit and is subject to the general business credit limitation (see instructions to Form 3800
, General Business Credit).
This schedule should be expanded to include all information related to the tax calculation (including that currently reported on Form 3800
and on Lines 30-36 of page 1).