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18 Apr 2018
Super reform not enough to close retirement gap: Grattan
Plans to cut the retirement gender gap are too focused on superannuation reform and should include rental assistance and tax reform, the Grattan Insti...
18 Apr 2018
This just made superannuation better
While changes to superannuation are often considered a threat to the system’s stability, one change could help savers save. Write comment (...
17 Apr 2018
Royal commission: Poor advice is ‘dramatically’ eroding savers’ superannuation
Clients led to set up SMSFs in inappropriate circumstances, or to switch to different life insurance products are the “most prevalent” instances o...
16 Apr 2018
What Facebook’s headache means for the future of super
Facebook’s struggle with allegations of improper use of users’ data presents a key lesson for the superannuation sector, and its members. ...
11 Apr 2018
‘We are only beginning’ to navigate superannuation and dementia: report
Australia has only scratched the surface on the ramifications of dementia on superannuation’s choice-based structure, a new report argues. W...
11 Apr 2018
Industry funds favoured by top end members: poll
Industry super members with at least $250,000 in super are more satisfied with their fund than both their retail and SMSF counterparts, new figures re...
10 Apr 2018
Super fund cops penalty for misleading customers
An Australian superannuation trustee and its promoter have been hit with financial penalties after pledges to “fight” for clients’ best interest...
9 Apr 2018
We’re living longer, but that’s not necessarily good news
The number of Aussie centenarians has topped 4,000 for the first time in history and this is a “wake-up call” for pre-retirees, a property investm...
9 Apr 2018
The four rules on superannuation’s cheat-sheet
Topping $2.5 trillion, Australia’s pool of superannuation money is larger than what the economy makes in a year. Savvy savers know how to make the m...
5 Apr 2018
‘No evidence’ increasing super will hurt wages
An Australian superannuation group has urged Financial Services Minister Kelly O’Dwyer to reconsider her claims that lifting the super guarantee wil...
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Bill Shorten’s proposal to reform dividend imputation has ruffled a few feathers. Is the pitch:
An attack on self-funded retirees
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An attack on self-funded retirees ( 50.8% )
A necessary reform of Australia’s tax system ( 18.5% )
A politically-fuelled manoeuvre ( 25.2% )
Not enough to repair the budget ( 5.5% )