Discussion in 'Superannuation' started by Emanance, Oct 20, 2012.
There's been a lot of interest in superannuation of late.
Particulalrly the Self Managed Super funds and those of accounts of baby boombers close to retirement which are heavily biased in cash. Both Government and the 'investment heavyweights' want to get their hands on that cash!
Superannuation funds deducting huge fees on millions of lost super accounts
As the federal government prepares to gradually increase (steal from employers) the rate of compulsory superannuation from 9 per cent to 12 per cent, beginning next July, the superannuation minister, Bill Shorten, is understood to be looking at ways to safeguard (weasle word for more theft) the money in these lost accounts.
The Treasury analysis, obtained by News Limited, reveals a person aged 30 who has lost track of an account containing just $1000 is having an average of $169 a year deducted in insurance premiums alone. At that pace, the lost account would be drained dry in less than six years.
In one instance, Treasury found a fund deducting as much as $312 a year in insurance premiums.
Our hard labour mates and pink treasury officials are upset because their view is only they are entitled to steal the sheeples money
altruism is the gospel of enslavement
Elective altruism has it's place I believe. Not that it's got anything to do with Super :lol:
I read something yesterday that the government is going to be "looking after" peoples lost super and holding it all in one big account for them. Looks like theyve come up with a way to solve the budget deficit it seems.
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