Default life insurance reforms ineffective: ResearchBY KARREN VERGARA | WEDNESDAY, 13 JUN 2018 4:46PM
The Federal Government's proposal to ban default life insurance in superannuation for younger members and those with low balances would supress retirement savings and cost the economy $2.46 billion annually, latest research from AIA Australia shows.
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