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Super not sacred: Rice WarnerBY HARRISON WORLEY | MONDAY, 25 MAY 2020 12:38PM
Rice Warner founder Michael Rice has warned the superannuation industry to prepare for the government using the system as a means of repaying its stimulus debt, saying super won't be as sacred as it has been in the past.
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