IRRSIntegrated Regulatory Review Service (International Atomic Energy Agency)
IRRSIrish Railway Record Society (est. 1946)
IRRSItalian Radio Relay Service
IRRSInternational Regulations Retrieval System (USDA)
IRRSInstitute of Radiation and Remote Sensing (University of California, Los Angeles)
IRRSInternational Rail Road System (British Columbia, Canada)
IRRSIndividual Ready Reserve System
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"IRRs provide financial professionals with a streamlined, top-down approach of assessing retirement savings and income goals without having to calculate and project individual line-item expenses," said Ron Mastrogiovanni, Founder & CEO of HealthView Services.
Financial advisors, plan sponsors, and millions of Americans rely on income replacement ratios (IRRs) to estimate the savings that will be needed to generate a percentage of pre-retirement income sufficient to maintain their desired lifestyles in retirement.
The HealthView Insights paper, "Retirement Health Care Costs and Income Replacement Ratios," highlights assumptions built into IRRs, reveals the shortfall in retirement health care savings when using IRR-based calculators and the additional savings required to close this gap.
The amended IRRs were contained in Board Resolution No.
The weeklong visit of eight nuclear regulators and support staff from European countries examined the NRC's response to recommendations and suggestions from a full IRRS mission in 2010.
b) The conditional IRRs (Salamon, 1985) are conceptually a good proxy of the unobserved real economic rate of return.
Opportunistic investments tend to be growth and development oriented, with high overall returns (IRRs in the high teens and above), with a significant portion of the equity return typically achieved upon sale or refinancing.
The former is 4.07% per annum, and the latter is 5.03%, a tolerable divergence of less than a percentage point (see table 3b).(9) The ranking issue is rendered unimportant by eliminating the IRR/NPV conflict in that the IRRs are identical and, of course, intersect at the X-axis (see tables 4a and 4b and [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 3 OMITTED]).
gateway cities such as New York, Chicago, Boston, Washington and San Francisco all have comparatively lower IRR requirements, while the Latin American markets of Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo and the Caribbean all have the highest IRR requirements given their higher risk profile.
For these reasons, the DCF model and the calculation of internal rate of return (IRR) and financial management rate of return (FMRR) are examined here.