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Super industry welcomes Age Pension backflipBY HARRISON WORLEY | THURSDAY, 6 SEP 2018 12:16PM
Key superannuation industry bodies have welcomed the Federal Government's decision to abandon its longstanding proposal to increase the Age Pension threshold to 70.
Read more: Age Pension, ASFA, ISA, AIST, Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia, Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees, Eva Scheerlinck, Martin Fahy, Matt Linden
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