Daryl Dixon: Xenophon's fight for fairer super

By Daryl Dixon
Updated April 23 2018 - 11:14pm, first published August 8 2014 - 11:02am

Senator Nick Xenophon’s proposal for Australia to follow Canada’s lead and allow first home buyers to access part of their super as a home deposit highlights a serious flaw in our compulsory super arrangements. The compulsory 9.5 per cent of salary diverted into super increases the difficulty of achieving home ownership, especially in the middle income range.

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