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Super fund CEO says not only high income earners affected by super changes MP3

The chief executive officer of the Vision Super fund, Stephen Rowe, says it is definitely not just high income earners who are affected by the changes. Mr Rowe says he knows of a member with only $200,000 in his super fund and who earns $54,000 a year, who will now have to pay the 15 per cent tax. Source: abc.net.au

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