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Stop abusers hiding super: AISTBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | FRIDAY, 2 JUL 2021 12:38PM
The Australian Institute of Superannuation TrusteesÂ (AIST) is calling on Parliament to ensure abusive partners cannot hide their super from domestic violence victims.
Read more: AIST, Family Court, Parliament, Retirement Income Review, Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees Â, Eva Scheerlinck, Financial Counselling Australia, Economic Abuse Reference Group, HESTA, Legal Service Victoria, Treasury Laws Amendment
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