It added that by June this year, just 33,000 people had taken up Personal Retirement Savings Accounts since their introduction in February 2003.
What does PRSA stand for?
PRSA stands for Personal Retirement Savings Account
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of PRSA
We have 29 other meanings of PRSA in our Acronym Attic
- Prudential Referral Services (insurance)
- Pseudo-Random Sequence
- Public Radio System (various locations)
- Public Regulated Service (Galileo)
- Puerto Rican Syndrome (psychiatric condition)
- Pull Rope Switch
- Parent Rating Scale of the Behavior Assessment Scale for Children
- Parent Rating Scales for Children
- Papers of the Regional Science Association
- Park and Recreation Service Area
- Power Reactant Storage Assembly (Space Shuttle)
- President of the Royal Scottish Academy
- Proportional Representation Society of Australia
- Public Relations Society of America
- Puerto Rican Student Association
- Puerto Rican Studies Association
- Peacekeeping Russian Separate Airborne Brigade
- Public Retirement Systems' Actuarial Committee (Louisiana)
- Poverty Reduction Strategy and Action Plan (Swaziland)
- Pre-Release Substance Abuse Program (Texas Department of Criminal Justice; Austin, TX)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Welfare inspectors will be empowered to carry out checks on thousands of businesses to ensure they are providing a pension scheme or helping with a Personal Retirement Savings Account.
The BoI Life survey showed misconceptions around pension products and complex requirements in selling Personal Retirement Savings Accounts (PRSAs) were key contributors to the problem.
CAPTION(S): TAKING IT EASY: Retirement can be enjoyed with the benfits of a Personal Retirement Savings Account
Byline: Andrew Penman, Michael Greenwood & Guy Dennis THE deadline for bosses to tell their workers about the virtues of the Government's Personal Retirement Savings Accounts came and went yesterday with failure to come up with the goods, leaving employers open to prosecution and fines.
The Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association claimed the issue needed clearing up because insurance companies were now pushing their own, non-standard new Personal Retirement Savings Account schemes in an effort to attract fees from potential clients.