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Subscribe to this list via RSS Blog posts tagged in Superannuation Scams Posted by Unconventional Economist in Superannuation July 22, 2014 By Leith van Onselen Business Spectator’s Alan Kohler has written a stinging critique of Australia’s superannuation system, slamming the high level of fees due in part to compulsory contributions and the lack of price regulation: A chart in the Financial System Inquiry’s interim report shows that since 2009 the average super fund has increased in size from $1.5 billion to $3.5bn, while the average fee has fallen from 1.3 to 1.2 per cent.  That means the average fees received by each fund have doubled from $20 million a year to $40m.What better business can there be? Contributions are mandated by law so that about $100bn a year pours in; there are few variable costs (costs are mostly fixed); and there is no regulation of prices, so they are determined by competition alone.  Superannuation is the only utility that you are required by...
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Continue reading   'Tax leakage': Multimillionaires exploiting superannuation Banking and Finance May 22, 2014    Agnes King Accountants and tax advisers have blown the whistle on multimillionaire clients exploiting tax concessions in self-managed superannuation funds, urging the federal government to act against "tax leakage".  Analysis by Fairfax Media of Australian Taxation Office statistics shows almost 9200 self-managed super funds have a balance of more than $5 million, a rise of 76 per cent in the past three years, and the number of funds with over $10 million has doubled.  Treasury Secretary Martin ­Parkinson said on Tuesday that there should be a debate about whether the super system was creating incentives for people to ­manage their retirement incomes or whether it was being used as a wealth creation tool.  "The issue is whether the existing super system actually is a retirement incomes system . . . or is it a wealth creation tool? If it's...
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