from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who prepares.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who, or that which, prepares, fits, or makes ready.
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- noun One who, or that which,
prepares, fits, or makes ready.
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"The preparer is a member of a recognized religious group that is conscientiously opposed to filing electronically."
But the idea of preparing the living being which produces the phenomenon would not enter his mind; and yet, if merely to observe a cell, a living microbe, the scientist needs a "preparer," how much greater must be the necessity for such an assistant when the subject to be observed is man!
Such a laboratory can only be the most perfect school, organized according to scientific methods, where the teacher is a person answering to the "preparer" graduate.
HRB. N), the largest U.S. tax preparer, which is struggling to maintain market share amid increasing competition from online players such as larger rival Intuit Inc (
The "alternative" tax would allow them to avoid paying a preparer and still provide the peace of mind that the calculations were correct and no nasty letters from the IRS would arrive.
I mean, seriously, just because I can fill out a 1040 form doesn't make me a professional accountant or professional tax preparer for that matter.
WASHINGTON—The Department of Justice filed a civil antitrust lawsuit on Monday to stop the biggest U.S. tax preparer, H&R Block Inc. from buying the maker of a rival, do-it-yourself tax preparation product called TaxAct.
In fact, last year, taxpayers who filed a 1040A or 1040 EZ paid an estimated $2.5 billion in preparer fees.
Their tax preparer suggested that a financial adviser might be able to help them arrange a 1031 exchange.
The evidence undercut H&R Block's argument at trial that its acquisition target, a low-cost tax preparer, wasn't a rival and that the combination wouldn't hurt consumers.