Nearly 50% of woman to suffer under LISC dumpingBY JAMES FERNYHOUGH | THURSDAY, 7 NOV 2013 12:05PM
Industry Super Australia (ISA) has ramped up its campaign to save the low income superannuation concession (LISC), saying scrapping Labor's plan will hurt almost one in two Australian women.Read more: ISA, Superannuation, LISC, David Whiteley, Industry Super Australia, Labor, Arthur Sinodinos, Australian, Government, Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen
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