Archaic gender rules mask super benefitsBY JAMIE WILLIAMSON | WEDNESDAY, 14 DEC 2016 11:38AM
Superannuation funds are failing to effectively engage LGBTI members due to antiquated rules on gender identity, and the need for reform is growing.Read more: Australia, Financial Standard, LGBTI, Australian Human Rights Commission, Australian Human Rights Commissioner Edward Santow, Catherine McGregor, Stuart Palmer, Anti-Discrimination Act, Australian Ethical, Australians, Federal Government, FPA Professionals Congress, Perth, Section 38Q of, United Nations
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