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'Retiree group' lobbying against Labor unmasked as Liberal Party and trucking industry operation
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Liberal Party

'Retiree group' lobbying against Labor unmasked as Liberal Party and trucking industry operation

Liberal Senate candidate Robert Gunning runs the so-called retirees' group alongside several other mates from the trucking lobby.

  • by Michael Koziol

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Labor is exploiting misunderstandings about franking credits
Opinion
Opinion

Labor is exploiting misunderstandings about franking credits

The problem the electorate has with the Labor Party policy proposal is unraveling the terminology.

  • by Tony Dillon
What do the superannuation changes mean for you?
Superannuation

What do the superannuation changes mean for you?

Australian workers will be better off in retirement under the royal commission’s recommendations designed to overhaul the $2.6 trillion superannuation sector. But what will this mean for you? We break it down.

  • by Sumeyya Ilanbey
Can past returns help beat the super lottery?

Can past returns help beat the super lottery?

In some of the recent debate, the old adage that past performance is no guarantee of future returns seems to have been downplayed.

  • by Clancy Yeates
'Nothing will come out of it': Many sceptical system will change
Superannuation

'Nothing will come out of it': Many sceptical system will change

In the "greedy 80s" Elsa Glynn went to a financial planner but “ended up losing a lot of money". Her story echoes the many voices heard in the banking royal commission.

  • by Sumeyya Ilanbey
The super funds set to win out of the royal commission

The super funds set to win out of the royal commission

Super funds that employees begin their working lives with, particularly in the hospitality and retail sector, are set for a multi-billion dollar bonanza.

  • by Eryk Bagshaw
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Super diagnosis over-egged, but prescription has merit
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Opinion

Super diagnosis over-egged, but prescription has merit

Our system has become so expensive and complicated that a government-run fund is warranted.

  • by Andrew Podger
Private certification of buildings no win-win for the poor buyers
Opinion
Opinion

Private certification of buildings no win-win for the poor buyers

Home owners are constantly being lumped with bills to rectify faults in construction.

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We need generational change on retirement incomes
Opinion
Opinion

We need generational change on retirement incomes

Most retirees are better off than we previously thought. Public policy should reflect this.

  • by John Daley & Brendan Coates
Massive shake-up on the cards for superannuation
Superannuation

Massive shake-up on the cards for superannuation

Executives in the $2.8 trillion superannuation sector will be subject to the same oversight as bank chiefs, millions of dollars in fees will be abolished, and workers will only be able to be defaulted into an account once.

  • by Eryk Bagshaw
Crimes, radical changes to super, home lending from Hayne final report
Kenneth Hayne

Crimes, radical changes to super, home lending from Hayne final report

The royal commission maps a blueprint to overhaul financial services in Australia

  • by Sarah Danckert, Clancy Yeates and Eryk Bagshaw