With research showing most people won’t have enough superannuation to enjoy a comfortable retirement and meet aged care costs, is it time we made the family home the fourth pillar of the retirement income system? asks Patricia Pascuzzo.
The biggest changes in superannuation in a decade will help address issues of equity and sustainability, but the need for a holistic and flexible system that delivers adequate incomes for all Australians through retirement remains on the table, writes CSRI executive director Patricia Pascuzzo.
MEDIA RELEASE Oct 20, 2015 The federal government’s decision to back the Murray recommendation to enshrine an objective for superannuation has been welcomed by an independent committee of experts set up to push for a holistic package of retirement incomes reform. But it says much more work will be needed. The Committee for Sustainable Retirement… Read More