Last week, to keep his national insurance records intact, he signed on the dole for the first time in years.
What does I/R stand for?
I/R stands for Insurance Records (insurance)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 68 other meanings of I/R in our Acronym Attic
- Input/Output Control Element
- Input/Output Multiplexer
- Current to Pneumatic Transducer
- Identification of Position
- Instrument Panel (vehicles)
- Insurance/Pension Specialist
- Inphase and Quadrature
- Internment/Resettlement (US DoD)
- Ischemia/Reperfusion (trauma)
- Income Statement
- Information Systems
- Immature to Total (protein ratio)
- Inner Tank
- Item/Test Analysis Program (ACT, Inc.)
- Installation/Table of Distribution and Allowance
- Insert/Update/Delete (databases)
- Industry/University Cooperative Research Center (NSF program for partnership between universities and industry)
Samples in periodicals archive:
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Security experts say health and insurance records have become a target for hackers because personal information, such as that stored by the Utah's Department of Health, fetch a higher price on the black market than a single credit card record.
A: The government has not lost the National Insurance records of nine million people.
Blaydon Labour MP Dave Anderson, pictured, is backing the proposals which mean thousands of people with serious industrial diseases who miss out because they cannot trace their employers' insurance records should be able to claim compensation.
The Clinic's growing volumes of data generated by patient accounts, insurance records, patient episodes, drug interaction information and laboratory results prompted the search for an alternative to its previous strategic data warehouse platform.
This Institute for Research and Poverty study uses a unique dataset, created by matching administrative data from public assistance records, unemployment insurance records, and federal tax returns for a sample of California residents, to study the employment effects of the earned income tax credit (EITC).