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|... earnings, because wages are taxed at a higher rate than super contributions." Industry Super Australia deputy chief Matthew Linden said dumping the legislated increase in the SG will leave Australians with less private savings at retirement and more ...|
|... Australia, there were some concerns of a gap forming. However, Industry Super Australia's (ISA) deputy chief executive Matthew Linden said funds are prepared to inject large amounts of money into Australian infrastructure. "Industry funds are poised ...|
|... recipe for higher taxes, lower lifetime incomes, and a red tape nightmare for business," ISA deputy chief executive Matthew Linden said. "The government should follow through on the legislated increase to 12% and not be exploring underhanded ways to ...|
|... drain of underperformance needs to be dealt with - wherever it occurs in the system," ISA deputy chief executive Matthew Linden said. "APRA's heatmaps are a vital tool to shine a light on this underperformance and get trustees to lift their game ...|
|... the funds are at risk of being further eroded by fees. However, Industry Super Australia deputy chief executive Matthew Linden told the committee returns earned on money in the ERF outweighed the fees.|
|... for what it is - an undermining of Australians' quality of life at retirement," ISA deputy chief executive Matthew Linden said. ISA's comments come after The Australian reported up to seven Liberal MPs were urging the Government to stop the SG ...|
|... claims to be roughly $4 billion more than could be achieved through account stapling. ISA acting chief executive Matthew Linden said the move to automatically rollover worker's funds would see Australians connect with higher performing funds sooner. ...|
|... and taxation "and assumes women, low-income and self-employed workers don't exist." ISA acting chief executive Matthew Linden said Grattan's arguments were obsolete in light of their contradictions. "One week they're claiming an increase in super won't ...|
|... would be some justification to focus benefits to those with inadequate super savings," ISA deputy chief executive Matthew Linden said. "Sadly, the Budget again misses an opportunity to take action on the millions of Australians missing out on super entitlements ...|
|... available to identify individual taxpayers at risk of underpayment," Industry Super Australia public affairs director Matthew Linden said. Linden made calls for new laws to require employers to pay super more frequently, and for the Government to green ...|
The Australian Taxation Office yesterday couldn't answer exactly how many stapling-triggered employer checks it expects, but maintained its readiness for a July 1 go-live.
The asset manager is partnering with a start-up to build a new platform for institutional investors to trade digital currencies.
Australia's largest superannuation fund is taking issue with the proposed stapling regulations, arguing that the model is backwards and will not protect members from being stuck in dud funds.
The prudential regulator has commenced industry consultation on revisions to the prudential standards for life insurers to protect life insurance policy holders against the use of offshore reinsurers.
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