A Nadi, a channel of energy starting from the left nostril, then moving to the crown of the head and then descending to the base of the spine. In its course it conveys lunar energy and so is called Chandra Nadi (channel of the lunar energy).
Stands for Individual Development Account, IDAs are a matched savings account available to help income-eligible participant achieve goals such as starting a business, higher education, and home ownership. IDAs are sponsored by community development, faith-based, and other non-profit organizations and generally provide financial education training as well as matched savings.
Individual Development Account. Savings accounts in which low income families deposit money that is then matched (often in a ratio greater than one to one) by a nonprofit organization or financial institution. Often depositors must save towards a financial goal such as home ownership or education.
Individual Development Account. Similar to 401(k)s, IDAs help low-income families build the financial assetsâ€”homes, businesses, educationâ€”that they need to achieve the American Dream. Small investments in matched savings and personal finance education can yield big returns for families, financial institutions, communities and the nation.
Individual Development Account. An IDA is a matched savings account. When an account is matched it means that another organization, such as a foundation, corporation, or government entity, agrees to add money to your account.
Individual Development Account. Exempt resource allowed for TANF/SFA recipients. Savings account that is held in trust by a community based organization which has agreed to provide some level of matching funds. Resource is intended for: post-secondary education, first home purchase, or business capitalization. See: Resources
Individual Development Account. A special type of savings program organized by nonprofit organizations. Borrowers keep their money in a bank, and the amount of money that is put in the IDA savings account is matched by the nonprofit organization. These accounts are usually reserved for buying a home, paying for education job training expenses, starting a small business, or saving for retirement.
Ida is an American indie rock band from New York City. The group formed in Brooklyn in 1992 as the duo of Daniel Littleton and Elizabeth Mitchell. Later Karla Schickele and Michael Littleton (Daniel's brother, nicknamed "Miggy") joined the group.
Installation Design Authority: an MoD term applied to a named individual responsible for the design integrity of a facility or system. IDAs work together with CIDA to ensure the overall integrity of the facilities (particularly IT-based) in the Met Office, both at Exeter and at frontline units.
Initial Denial Authority. An official who has been granted authority by the head of a DoD Component to withhold records requested under the FOIA for one or more of the nine categories of records exempt from mandatory disclosure. IDA's may also deny a fee category claim by a requester and/or deny a request for expedited processing due to demonstrated compelling need.
The Ida is a kind of sword used by the Yoruba people of West Africa. It is a long sword with a narrow to wide blade and sheathe. The sword is sharp, and cuts on contact but begins to dull if not sharpened regularly.
Investment Dealers Association. Formed in 1916, the IDA is the national self-regulatory organization of the securities industry. It monitors and regulates the activities of investment dealers, and promotes the interests of the securities industry. The IDA is one of the founding members of the Financial Services OmbudsNetwork.
Initial Damage Assessment. The IDA is conducted immediately during the early and critical stages of the disaster, as soon as the conditions allow survey personnel to operate in the affected area(s). The purpose of the IDA is to determine the most urgent relief needs, the immediate response requirements and identify the need for State and/or Federal assistance. It is broad in scope and focuses on overall patterns and trends.