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ALP outlines superannuation tax policyBY ALEX DUNNIN | WEDNESDAY, 22 APR 2015 12:20PM
The federal ALP opposition has outlined a change to their superannuation tax policy that they estimate could save $1.4 billion per year and help rebalance superannuation.
Read more: Superannuation, Labor, Bowen, ASFA, ISA, Pauline Vamos, Sally Loane, April, Association, Council, High Income Superannuation Charge, Intergenerational Report, News Limited media, Parliamentary Budget Office, Superannuation Custodians, Superannuation Funds Australia, Treasury spokesperson Chris Bowen
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