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Superannuation is facing a grim financial year as markets flatten.
Reduced returns for twice the cost – the problem with bank-owned super products.
Regulators give the super industry until 30 June to clean up – or else.
Contributions of 9.5 per cent not enough to become a self-funded retiree: ex-treasurer.
Retirees won’t benefit much from this Budget, but those still saving for retirement may.
Raising super contributions could lead to a pension increase.
‘Sustainable’ investment funds are exposed to the same challenges as traditional funds.
Funds have emerged from the recent market downturn in top shape.
An under-performing super fund can cost you about 13 years’ pay over a working lifetime.
APRA will begin publishing ‘heat maps’ of the performance of pension funds next year.
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