Retirement Income Review
After six-years in retirement income helping super funds and policymakers with their positioning, strategy and product in all things decumulation, Amara Haqqani is shifting her focus elsewhere, but not before delivering some home truths to the segment.
Amara HaqqaniMarch 24, 2021
A universal pension scheme could result in “taking some off the top” by essentially removing or tapering tax concessions for higher income earners and redistributing these savings to middle income earners, Mercer's David Knox highlighted.
Matthew SmithFebruary 22, 2021
The minister reiterated the government’s plan to make a call on the SG rise closer to July 1 when the “trade off” with wage growth is clearer, while shadow minister Stephen Jones said the current level “just won’t get us there”.
Tahn SharpeJanuary 29, 2021
The Retirement Income Review is clever for a number of reasons, not least because it managed to simplify complexity and create a structured case for improving retirement outcomes by not increasing the SG, all without without making any recommendations.
David BellNovember 23, 2020
The superannuation industry's ability to build member trust and engagement will rest upon its ability to harness data and use it to enhance the retirement outcomes of members, a panel has heard.
Matthew SmithOctober 19, 2020
While personal and professional agendas make it almost impossible to have a balanced debate about the SG, there are a few key criteria that any analysis - including that of the Retirement Income Review - should acknowledge according to the Conexus Institute's David Bell.
David BellSeptember 28, 2020
While the chair of the decade old Super System Review couldn't shed light on the current Retirement Income Review, he said If the superannuation system is being used for tax-advantaged inter-generational wealth transfers then those tax subsidies should be reviewed.
David BellSeptember 7, 2020