Mandatory Retirement Saving in Australia

@inproceedings{Bateman1998MandatoryRS,
  title={Mandatory Retirement Saving in Australia},
  author={Hazel Bateman and John M Piggott},
  year={1998}
}
* This paper was prepared at the request of Estelle James, to whom we are grateful for detailed comments on an earlier draft. Geoffrey Kingston also offered valuable insights. 1. Introduction This paper focuses on the Superannuation Guarantee, as Australia's mandatory retirement saving plan is called. We begin by laying out its essential features, and offer an account of its genesis. We then critically assess its current and likely future efficacy. So far as possible, we try to relate the… CONTINUE READING

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