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|... years so it's pleasing the Government has taken this long overdue step as it will help improve financial security for women and the lower paid," HESTA chief executive Debby Blakey said. "However, the fact that super continues not to be paid on parental ...|
|Among several other initiatives aimed at boosting women's economic security, the government has confirmed it will not proceed with plans to extend the early release of superannuation to family and domestic violence survivors. Scrapping the plan will ...|
|... paid the superannuation guarantee has been axed. It's expected to improve the financial situation of around 200,000 women. It's a move that is sure to be welcomed by the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees, the Association of Superannuation ...|
|... a month to be entitled to the superannuation guarantee has been scrapped. In a move that would benefit more than 200,000 women, the need for Aussies to earn more than $450 a month in order to qualify for SG payments is being abolished from 1 July 2022. ...|
|... and continuously strengthens the foundations for performance and decision making. Some 60% of Rest's membership are women. Superannuation Guarantee contributions has been a key feature of Rest's parental leave offering since July 2016, Doyle ...|
|Women living in New South Wales will retire with $60,000 less superannuation than men. This is according to Industry Super Australia, which found that median balance for women in NSW sits at $48,700, falling behind the national median of $49,300 for ...|
|... in the workforce. Its recently published paper Towards a more equal sharing of work says since the 1970s, the increase in women's workforce participation has been almost entirely in part-time work. The gap between male and female workforce participation ...|
|... officer. Phil Cussen has also joined as chief technology officer. Sparks is the former chief executive of Chief Executive Women and sits on the boards of Sydney Living Museums, Australian Institute of Company Directors, Knight Frank Australia, Holmart ...|
|... should not be under the impression that an unsupplemented super balance alone will be enough for a comfortable retirement. "Women (25%) are less likely than men (43%) to make additional contributions," she said. The findings coincide with the Association ...|
|... another setback and the labour market remains difficult for many Canadians, especially low-wage workers, young people and women. As vaccines roll out and the economy reopens, consumption is expected to rebound strongly in the second half of this year ...|
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The $62 billion industry super fund Rest has strengthened its internal investment team with two key appointments.
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Superannuation funds welcomed the budget's move to dump the $450 threshold, but called out a lack of measures to close the super gap.
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The latest Morrow Sodali institutional investor survey has revealed what some of the largest institutional investors in the world want from fund managers and companies.
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The March FASEA exam results show that January's lower pass rate may become a trend in 2021.
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