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Colonial First State cuts fees, closes legacy optionsBY KANIKA SOOD | TUESDAY, 3 MAR 2020 12:30PM
Colonial First State has cut fees for about 200,000 members and will close some legacy options in FirstChoice Employer Super, as it simplifies its product line and phases out grandfathered commissions.
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