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IRAS

Integrated Research Application System. A system in the UK which is meant to streamline some aspects of performing research on human patients by automatically completing all forms required for a particular study, including those for ethics committees, governance departments, and the Medicine and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency. The forms are then processed by the relevant bodies. Once global permission is granted, IRAS generates a list of documents needed by local departments—e.g., CVs of local researchers, local versions of patient information and study documentation.
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As of July 1 this year, 252,985 individual retirement accounts were opened for this category of investors.
Personal retirement products, including individual retirement accounts and Roth IRAs provide an additional 36 percent of income.
Individual retirement accounts (IRAs) are said to hold more assets than any other type of retirement vehicle, yet barriers exist that may discourage employers from offering payroll-deduction IRAs to their employees.
There are two types of regular individual retirement arrangements, individual retirement accounts and individual retirement annuities.
(2) Individual retirement arrangements (IRAs), including both individual retirement accounts and individual retirement annuities, can be established by many taxpayers.
The guidance, given in IRS Notice 2009-75, answers one question about rollovers from 401(a) plans, 403(a) annuity plans, 403(b) retirement plans or governmental 457(b) retirement plans into Roth individual retirement accounts.
To help increase workers' savings rates, AARP and other groups that advocate for older Americans are promoting legislation to establish so-called "automatic IRAs" (individual retirement accounts).
Congress created individual retirement accounts (IRAs) with two goals: (1) to provide a retirement savings vehicle for workers without employer-sponsored retirement plans, and (2) to preserve individuals' savings in employer-sponsored retirement plans.
Taxpayers who inherit individual retirement accounts (IRAs) pay no income tax if they directly roll over the funds into IRAs in their own names.
The American Jobs Creation Act of 2004 (AJCA) enacted various provisions dealing with individual retirement accounts (IRAs) and banks.
Funded non-ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act) pension plans that are tax-exempt under the Internal Revenue Code such as public-sector retirement programs, Section 457 plans, [section]403(b) arrangements--as well as individual retirement accounts (IRAs)--are now protected from creditors in bankruptcy.
Multimedia templates for "bump-up" certificates and individual retirement accounts (IRA) have been offered by PSB of Lake Forest, Calif.

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