Fixing our 'not so super' system (Part 2)

Last week we discussed some possible fixes for our current superannuation regime. But what if we had a blank canvas? Could we design a better system?The possibilities are endless, so I will just focus on some of the high level points to kick-start discussion. Let’s start with the problems:Government. The number one problem is that our system is managed by a Government that is not committed to saving. There might be some slight differences in philosophy, but both our major parties are more interested in unemployment, CPI and GDP statistics than future proofing. This shows up in the RBA’s manipulation...

Last week we discussed some possible fixes for our current superannuation regime. But what if we had a blank canvas? Could we design a better system?

The possibilities are endless, so I will just focus on some of the high level points to kick-start discussion. Let’s start with the problems:

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