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Who is compulsory super benefitting: ordinary Australians or the top end of town?

14 December 2020

1:32 PM

14 December 2020

1:32 PM

Mainstream Australians are being failed by the political class as the gap between two Australias continues to widen. This failure is exemplified by a superannuation system that siphons money to the financial sector and political class and actively prevents mainstream Australians from achieving the Australian way of life.   

The legislated increase of forced super contributions from the current rate of 9.5%

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