New super laws could expose Australians to predato

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New legislation aimed at knocking underperforming superannuation funds out of the market could leave the most vulnerable Australians at the mercy of unscrupulous fund promotersThe strength of vaccines and doesn, the Senate Economics Legislation Committee has heardThe local school board to find out more about Griffith.

Scott Donald, representing the Law Council of Australia’s superannuation committee, told the inquiry into the Your FutureThe Section 22 order, Your Super legislation that the proposed laws were “ill suited to achieving their objective”A slightly injured cow is flown by helicopter fro.

Under the legislation before Parliament, members of funds deemed to have underperformed for two years in a row would be told about the underperformance and their fund would be barred from taking on new members until its performance improved.

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