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Less than 15% meet ASFA standard of retirement savingsBY LAURA MILLAN | MONDAY, 31 MAR 2014 11:50AM
Less than 15% of Australians aged 40 to 64 meet the standard set by Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia (ASFA) for retirement savings, according to a survey by Towers Watson and the University of Melbourne.
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