Yesterday afternoon I gave an interview on Radio 2GB’s Drive program talking compulsory superannuation. The interview starts from around the 44 minute mark and runs for around 12 minutes.
In particular, I rip into Labor’s, the union’s, and Paul Keating’s call to raise the rate of compulsory superannuation to 12% or 15%, arguing that it would wreck the federal Budget, lower take home wages, heighten inequities, and fatten the rent-seeking super industry.
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