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The next tax raid in the super wars

<em>The bigger the super pot, the more vulnerable it is to tax raids</em>

12 September 2022

12:00 PM

12 September 2022

12:00 PM

One predictable consequence of the change of government in May was that it would take about five minutes for the taxation of superannuation to come back onto the policy agenda.

This is not because the Labor campaign platform foreshadowed any changes in this area, but because the new government is seen by the advocates of increased superannuation taxation as being more likely to make such changes — particularly in a difficult budgetary context.

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