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ISA

(1) (Instruction Set Architecture) See instruction set.

(2) (Industry Standard Architecture) An earlier bus system used in PCs. See ISA bus.

(3) (Interactive Services Association) See Internet Alliance.

(4) See internal security assessor.

(5) (International Society of Automation, RTP, NC, www.isa.org) A trade association founded in 1945 that is dedicated to industrial control systems which includes measurement and instrumentation, robotics, motion control and process control. ISA supports ISA EXPO, the industry's premier trade show for more than 50 years as well as the Directory of Instrumentation.
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Up to pounds 3,000 in a cash ISA - instant access deposit accounts offered by most banks and building societies.
Radware, Microsoft and enterprise customers will benefit from this interoperability," said Nevet Basker, Director of Business Development for ISA Server, Microsoft.
In fact, most financial institutions will need to receive all 2011/12 ISA funds by the deadline of April 5 so you will need to ensure that you leave adequate time to post cheques or allow for bank transfers if you are unable to use the faster payment method.
Savers with a maturing Tessa can already re-invest up to pounds 9,000 tax-free in a Tessa-only ISA (TOISA) in contrast with the normal maximum investment allowed in a mini cash ISA of pounds 3,000.
A stocks and shares ISA, on the other hand, works in the same way as a Cash ISA but instead of cash the investment is based on stocks, shares and other types of investment permitted by the ISA rules.
Don't forget that married couples can each put up to pounds 3,000 into a cash ISA this year.