Finance

Unpaid super costs workers dearly, new research finds

Workers on the verge of retirement who are short changed on their superannuation entitlements have nest eggs worth tens of thousands of dollars less than those who are paid correctly, new research shows.

Using the latest 2013-14 data from the Australian Tax Office (ATO), Industry Super Australia found that people aged 60 to 64 earning between $50,000 and $75,000 whose employers did not correctly pay their Super Guarantee (SG), had overall super balances $35,089 or almost 40 per cent less than those who were.

ACT Budget Submission 2017-18

National Seniors submission to the Australian Capital Territory Budget 2017-18 outlines a number of key recommendations for consideration as part of the Budget development process. Recommendations cover areas related to concessions, housing, health, transport, elder abuse and more.

Submission to the Northern Territory Budget 2017-2018

National Seniors submission to the Northern Territory Budget 2017-18 outlines a number of key recommendations for consideration as part of the Budget development process. Recommendations cover areas related to concessions, housing, health, transport, elder abuse and more.

Submission to the Western Australian State Budget 2017-18

National Seniors submission to the Western Australia State Budget 2017-18 outlines a number of key recommendations for consideration as part of the Budget development process. Recommendations cover areas related to concessions, housing, health, transport, elder abuse and more.

Submission to the Tasmanian Budget 2017-18

National Seniors submission to the Tasmania State Budget 2017-18 outlines a number of key recommendations for consideration as part of the Budget development process. Recommendations cover areas related to concessions, housing, health, transport, elder abuse and more.

Submission to the Victorian State Budget 2017-2018

National Seniors submission to the Victorian State Budget 2017-18 outlines a number of key recommendations for consideration as part of the Budget development process. Recommendations cover areas related to concessions, housing, health, transport, elder abuse and more.

Submission to the Queensland State Budget 2017-18

National Seniors submission to the Queensland State Budget 2017-18 outlines a number of key recommendations for consideration as part of the Budget development process. Recommendations cover areas related to concessions, housing, health, transport, elder abuse and more.

Submission to the South Australian State Budget 2017-18

National Seniors submission to the State Budget 2017-18 outlines a number of key recommendations for consideration as part of the Budget development process. Recommendations cover areas related to concessions, housing, health, transport, elder abuse and more.

 

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