Leave Super Alone – Financial Services Council

Leave Super alone – Financial Services Council

Leave Super Alone
Financial Services Council

All Australian political parties have been told to leave Superannuation Laws alone by the Financial Services Council, which said that the industry has ‘had enough’.  Financial Services Council Chief Executive, John Brogden, this morning hit out at politicians, saying: “We want both sides to leave super alone.”

Since Prime Minister Julia Gillard set a Federal Election date last week, speculation has abounded over the respective policy changes that either the Federal Government or the opposition would make, which include revisions of tax concessions.

“Continued speculation about changes to tax rates and super arrangements is killing confidence by the day.” writes Ben Collins of Financial Standard on 7 February 2013, READ MORE

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