Indiana Economic Development for a Growing Economy Credit
Extracted from PDF file 2021-indiana-form-in-edge.pdf, last modified February 2020
Economic Development for a Growing Economy CreditSchedule IN-EDGE State Form 55327 (R8 / 9-21) Economic Development for a Growing Economy Credit This schedule must be enclosed when claiming this credit. 2021 Enclosure Sequence No. 18 Name shown on Form IT-40/IT-40PNR Your Social Security Number Name shown on IT-20/IT-20NP/IT-65/IT-20S/FIT-20 Federal Employer Identification Number Column A IT-20S/IT65 Enter FEIN if EDGE Credit is from IN K-1 Column B Column C Column D Column E Certification Year Project Number Project PIN Amount Claimed 1. .00 2. .00 3. .00 4. .00 5. .00 6. .00 7. .00 8. .00 9. .00 10. .00 11. .00 12. .00 13. .00 14. .00 15. .00 16. .00 17. .00 18. .00 19. Add amounts from Column E, lines 1 - 18, and enter total here. Carry to the appropriate line on: Schedule 5; Schedule F; Form IT-20; Form IT-65; Form IT-20S; Form IT-20NP; or Form FIT-20. Total EDGE Credit .00 *18621111694* 18621111694 Instructions for Schedule IN-EDGE Economic Development for a Growing Economy (EDGE) Credit If you are claiming the EDGE credit, you must complete this schedule and enclose it with your tax return. Otherwise, this credit will not be allowed. For eligibility requirements, please contact the Indiana Economic Development Corporation at One North Capitol, Suite 700, Indianapolis, IN 46204, or by calling 317-232-8800. You can also visit www.in.gov/iedc for additional information. Line-by-line Instructions Enter the name of the individual, corporation, or nonprofit organization claiming the credit. Enter your Social Security number or federal employer identification number. The following information details how to complete Columns A - E. If you are claiming more than one credit, please enter each one separately. Column B. Enter the tax year for which the credit has been certified. You can find this 4-digit number in the certification letter you received from the IEDC or on your IN K-1. Column C. Enter the project number you received from the IEDC. You can find this 6-digit number in the certification letter you received from the IEDC or on your IN K-1. Column D. Enter the project PIN you received from the IEDC. You can find this 5- or 8-digit number in the certification letter you received from the IEDC or on your IN K-1. If you are claiming a credit for a year prior to 2014 and therefore do not have a PIN, please leave this column blank. Column E. Enter the amount of credit you are claiming. Line 19. Add the amounts in Column E, lines 1 – 18, and enter the total here. This is your total EDGE credit. Enter this amount on the appropriate line on: Schedule 5; Schedule F; Form IT-20; Form IT-65; Form IT-20S; Form IT-20NP; or Form FIT-20. Column A. If you are a shareholder in an S corporation or a partner in a partnership and are claiming the EDGE credit from your IN K-1, enter the federal employer identification number of the S corporation or partnership in this column. Enter the first two digits of the federal employer identification number in the first box, and enter the remaining seven digits in the second box. If you are not a shareholder in an S corporation or a partner in a partnership, please leave this column blank. *24100000000* 24100000000
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