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Grattan calls for lower super feesBY HARRISON WORLEY | MONDAY, 2 MAR 2020 12:26PM
Grattan Institute's submission to the Retirement Income Review has kicked off a war of words after it said a reduction in fees charged to super members would be more impactful than an uplift in the superannuation guarantee, and that ASFA's comfortable retirement standard was not suitable for most Australians.
Read more: ASFA, Superannuation, Grattan Institute, Retirement Income Review, Age Pension, Martin Fahy, Productivity Commission
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