Superannuation reforms

The Government says structural flaws in the superannuation system are letting too many Australians down:

  • Unnecessary fees and insurance premiums are paid on unintended multiple accounts which are created when people change jobs and do not nominate a super fund. This results in a reduction in retirement savings.
  • Australians are paying too much for their super with the fees amongst the highest in the OECD. Australians pay $30 billion a year in super fees which is more than what they pay for electricity and gas combined.
  • There are too many underperforming products in the market and this is costing members millions in lost retirement savings.
  • Funds lack accountability to their members for their conduct and the outcomes they deliver and there is inadequate transparency on how funds are spending members’ money.

The Government has already introduced several reforms that have helped Australians reduce the amount of unnecessary fees and unwanted insurance premiums they pay — all of which have increased their retirement savings.

Infrastructure to boost growth and jobs

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic the Government has committed to invest an additional $14 billion in new and…

JobMaker Hiring Credit

The JobMaker Hiring Credit will give businesses incentives to take on additional young job seekers. This will help young people…

Follow Us