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Synonyms for prepare

make or get ready




get ready


  • get ready
  • plan
  • anticipate
  • make provision
  • lay the groundwork
  • make preparations
  • arrange things
  • get everything set



Synonyms for prepare

to cause to be ready, as for use, consumption, or a special purpose

to plan the details or arrangements of

Synonyms for prepare

make ready or suitable or equip in advance for a particular purpose or for some use, event, etc

to prepare verbally, either for written or spoken delivery

arrange by systematic planning and united effort

educate for a future role or function

lead up to and soften by sounding the dissonant note in it as a consonant note in the preceding chord

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undergo training or instruction in preparation for a particular role, function, or profession

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gov, taxpayers can utilize several options to help them find a tax preparer.
Geiger agreed, citing a recent case where a preparer was essentially defrauding the government out of "principle.
It states that "a preparer is considered to have willfully attempted to understate liability if the preparer disregards, in an attempt wrongfully to reduce the tax liability of the taxpayer, information furnished by the taxpayer or other persons.
The paper cites a state proposal in Ohio, for instance, which would require tax preparers to include a standardized disclosure box listing the cost of services for particular tax forms and any fees.
The directory will not include tax preparers with preparer tax identification numbers who are not members of any of the above-listed groups of preparers.
6694 preparer penalty cases from a population of 2,345 cases with penalties totaling $9.
In addition to state rules, the Internal Revenue Service is now requiring that all paid tax preparers register for a Preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN).
Although this creates an uneven playing field, the professional obligations of the supervising preparer and the threat to their own credentials affords at least some measure of assurance that the supervisor will take the matter seriously, otherwise the supervisor could be vicariously liable for the mistakes of the supervised preparer.
Recommendation: The Commissioner of Internal Revenue should document a strategic framework showing how IRS intends to use the paid preparer requirements to improve taxpayer compliance and assess their effectiveness.
This article will discuss the provisions of the current law governing tax preparer penalties (IRC Section 6694) in the context of unreasonable positions with respect to the completion of real estate appraisal assignments.
The IRS estimates that more than 80 percent of American households use a tax preparer or tax software to help them prepare their taxes.
Following a six-month review of the paid tax preparer industry, the IRS is drawing up regulatory requirements that will have paid preparers register with the IRS and pay a user fee, and make preparer tax identification numbers mandatory.
Originally motivated by Congress' belief in widespread abusive practices by income tax preparers, as well as concerns that significant numbers of fraudulent returns were being prepared by income tax preparers, the tax preparer penalties of [section] 6694 were enacted in 1976.
A registered tax preparer is certificated by the California Tax Education Council.
These rules or rules like these should not be adopted without more information and a demonstrated causal connection between preparer marketed RALs and taxpayer noncompliance.
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