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Super in Retirement – new discussion paper

SuperUpdate, January 2024

January 29, 2024

Explore the future of retirement in Australia with the government's latest discussion paper.

Our January Super Update provides a snapshot of key developments, along with updates on APRA's data transformation project, proposed access to offenders' super for victims of child sexual abuse, and two APRA Insight articles. Here is what you need to know:

New Government Discussion Paper:

  • Treasury has released a wide-ranging discussion paper seeking views on how the superannuation system can best provide income and security to retirees. The paper aims to create pathways to assist retirees to find better solutions to improve their retirement outcomes.
  • We welcome the paper as an opportunity for funds to provide detailed feedback to the government on the challenges they face in assisting their retiree members.

News in brief:

Our news in brief section includes details of: 

  • APRA's Data Transformation Project: details on the next phase of APRA's ongoing data transformation project.
  • Access to offenders' super: government’s proposal allowing victims of child sexual abuse to access offenders’ super in certain circumstances.
  • 2023 performance test results and data quality as an asset: two new APRA Insight articles and the latest superannuation statistical publications.

Legislative update:

  • Stay informed about the latest legislative changes in the superannuation landscape, along with a guide to key changes and their effective dates.

For an in-depth understanding, stay informed and help your members navigate their retirement journey with confidence, download our comprehensive update prepared by our specialists.

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