Instead of all that boring stuff about will the Senate or won’t it, this is the story that should be on page one this morning:
Australian Super chief executive Ian Silk raises an issue of importance to all Australians forced to contribute to compulsory superannuation schemes. Too many people working in financial services, Mr Silk points out, are using the compulsory retirement savings system to enrich themselves rather than look after members’ money.
This is an issue that Labor should be making central to its re-election policies.
NOTE: Find an assortment of other ticket clipping stories about the finance industry HERE.