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Tuesday 3 May 2016

not superwomen: how government and employers can help close the superannuation gender divide

Helen Machalias
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With a gender superannuation gap of 46.6%, women often receive advice on how to improve our super balances. However, the fact that the average 60-year-old Australian woman would have to work an extra 25 years to retire with the same superannuation balance as her male equivalent suggests that women will have difficulty achieving financial security…
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Friday 4 December 2015
Featured Life Politics

proposed tax reforms: how will they affect you?

Eliza Graves-Browne
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  The Turnbull Government has made it clear that ‘all options are on the table’ when it comes to tax reform. With a constant re-assurance that fairness is the most important element, is this really achievable? There has been recent media hype surrounding the proposal by South Australia Premier Jay Weatherill, regarding his proposal to…
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Tuesday 26 November 2013
News World

in brief: superannuation changes to affect working women

Matilda Mornane
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  The Coalition Government plans to axe a rebate for low-income workers, which is set to affect up to half of all working women and will also hit rural workers. The plan is to scrap a $500 Low-income Super contribution for people earning less than $37,000 a year, as part of the bill to abolish…
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