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Reform implementation timeframe too short: AustralianSuperBY HARRISON WORLEY | WEDNESDAY, 17 JUL 2019 12:24PM
The Government's move to require superannuation trustees to stop providing opt-out insurance to new members under-25 or with low balance accounts by October 1 has riled Australia's largest fund.
Read more: Mine Super, AustralianSuper, Government, Australian Bureau of Statistics, House of Representatives, Members Interests First Bill, Parliament, Richard Land, Senate Economics Legislation Committee, Treasury Laws Amendment
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