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Retirement review goes off the railsBY HARRISON WORLEY | FRIDAY, 28 FEB 2020 3:54PM
Superannuation experts are concerned the retirement income review may be getting out of hand, evidenced by numerous stakeholder submissions straying from the consultation guidelines by proposing a complete transformation of the super system. At the same time, others are asking, 'If not now, when?'.
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