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$600b in voting rights wasted, now unions rally on super funds

The local labour movement is becoming increasingly bullish about how its members’ superannuation money is invested. What happens if more unions start putting their money where their mouths are?

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Richard Farmer’s chunky bits: PM’s dignified silence a credit to her

Jones inspired dislike … Warming the planet with your money … Boredom. Why is it so? …

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The Baillieu Dump: when $1m for consultants is a super idea

The Emergency Services and State Super has spent nearly $1 million employing more than 20 consultants to review its management and business strategies, writes Ross Williams.

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Gottliebsen: Murray’s key to a super future

David Murray has the chance tomorrow to again put his stamp on Australian superannuation fund savings and the Australian sharemarket, Robert Gottliebsen.

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Shorten crafts a major reform on compulsory super

Bill Shorten looks like ushering in a major Labor reform to superannuation. And he even has the industry backing him.

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Canning advisor’s commissions would be super start to reform

It’s been a long fall for the retail superannuation industry and financial planners from their glory year of 2005. Now, the financial planning industry is under fire from multiple fronts and the Government is reviewing superannuation.

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The Super disaster lurking for the unwary

In publishing super tables, there is a significant danger that consumers will make decisions that could seem them losing out twice, writes Alan Dixon.

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