Habitual policy tinkering, in place of systematic and holistic policy formation, is exacerbating the difficulties Australians face in planning for their retirement and is undermining public confidence in the system, writes Patricia Pascuzzo in arguing for a holistic approach.
The CSRI was founded to encourage the sharing of ideas toward building a more sustainable, efficient, equitable and adequate retirement incomes system. We’re lucky to have attracted some high-profile and highly knowledgeable sponsors to contribute to our work and help shape the debate. Joining us today for the discussion are these six experts: In this… Read More
Short-term budgetary and political positioning over superannuation threaten putting off even further an effective long-term reform plan for Australia’s retirement income system, an independent body of experts has warned. Ongoing politicking over superannuation tax concessions risks resulting in yet another narrowly framed attempt to tackle a much wider problem. “Debate over policy reform is a good… Read More