Australian Federal government releases draft of pension portability law after CER report

Tue, 18 Sep 2012

By Paul McBeth Sept. 18 (BusinessDesk) - The Australian Federal Government is calling for public submissions on legislation to let superannuation schemes cross the Tasman, just one day after a joint Productivity Commissions' report into Closer Economic Relations called for the changes to be made. Australian Financial Services and Superannuation Minister Bill Shorten today released draft legislation that would let Australians and kiwis take their pensions with them when the cross the Tasman, and expects to table the bill in the Federal Parlia...

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