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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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IRAIRA noun  1 the IRA2 [countable] (individual retirement account) /ˈaɪrə/ a special bank account in which people living in the US can save money for their retirement without paying tax on it until later
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IRABoth have endorsed expanding the IRA because it is a proven winner in increasing personal and national savings.The IRA drove the inspectors to the first dump in the Republic of Ireland.The IRA is believed to be ready to invite the two inspectors to examine the first cache of weapons on May 21.Some one else made sure all your taxes were taken out and your IRA was growing properly.
From Longman Business DictionaryIRAIRA /ˈaɪrə/ noun [countable] American EnglishFINANCE individual retirement account; a savings account which a SELF-EMPLOYED person or someone working for a company can open if their employer does not offer a PENSION PLANA 35-year-old with $15,000 in IRA accounts would be eligible to withdraw about $453 a year.IRA investors
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