willing and able

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Adj.1.willing and able - not reluctantwilling and able - not reluctant        
willing - disposed or inclined toward; "a willing participant"; "willing helpers"
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Courts have held that preparation of a contract of sale by the attorneys for the seller will deem the purchaser to be a ready, willing and able buyer.
Before adding to the list of things that taxpayers can do to make audits quicker and easier for agents, and worrying about how to punish taxpayers who fail, the IRS should show that it is willing and able to conduct an issue-focused audit in a timely manner.
It is not an exaggeration to say that the future of black business depends largely on the degree to which black families are willing and able to run companies for growth and profit.