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|... income and allow for some reforms to the Age Pension when the system matures." The researcher also took on the Grattan Institute's campaign for the SG to be cemented at 9.5% on the basis "higher compulsory super contributions are ultimately funded by ...|
|The Actuaries Institute's annual summit has seen a fiery debate between the chief executive of the Grattan Institute and Mercer's David Knox over ideal retirement incomes. Grattan Institute chief executive John Daley and Mercer senior partner ...|
|... Willis Towers Watson. Such schemes are also popular in Japan (96%), Canada (95%) and the Netherlands (94%). The Grattan Institute believes Australians can expect to live 82.5 years on average - a life expectancy longer than most countries like Sweden ...|
|... workers not taking into account the 46.3% of women working part-time.There is disagreement on this figure. Grattan Institute research from April this year said the average wage for all workers is $67,243, for all taxpayers that number drops to $58,528. ...|
|Grattan Institute has renewed calls to scrap the Superannuation Guarantee increase as its updated projections show most Australian workers will only cop - at worst - an 11% fall in their income after retiring. The think tank updated its retirement income ...|
|... plan to increase superannuation guarantee to 12% from the current 9.5% which has contested been contested by Grattan Institute in the past. He reiterated that industry funds were beating retail funds in performance, as published in the Productivity Commission ...|
|Grattan Institute has called Labor's plan to end refunds of excess franking credits a "fair way" to improve the Federal Budget but it is still "second-best" as there are better solutions. Grattan's budget policy director Danielle Wood and fellow ...|
|... recommence advocacy for increasing the superannuation guarantee to 12%. In doing so, Easson hit back at the Grattan Institute's recent claims that an increase is unnecessary. "We need to put 12% back on the agenda ... These misinterpretations, the ...|
|Australians are retiring with more than enough, according to new research from Grattan Institute but ISA and ASFA don't agree. Grattan Institute modelling found that most workers can expect retirement income of at least 91% of their pre-retirement ...|
|... years experience in the industry. She is currently a non-executive director at HSBC Bank Australia and the Grattan Institute. She chairs the ACT Government's investment advisory board and is a member of the General Sir John Monash Foundation's ...|
AustralianSuper will introduce a new fee for MySuper members from April 2020 to offset the impact of the Protecting Your Super changes.
The alternatives assets data juggernaut is opening an office in Sydney, as it looks to expand its local client base and build its research coverage.
New Industry Super Australia research claims to show plans to make superannuation optional for low-income workers is nothing more than a tax grab.
A Brisbane boutique is winding up an Aussie equities fund, after an investor decided to redeem their money, representing roughly 60% of the fund's assets, just before Christmas.
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