A recent OECD report claims Australia’s superannuation system has some of the lowest fees of any pension system in the world. But the report is based on flawed data that misses much of the story.
A recent McKell Institute report makes unsupportable claims about how superannuation interacts with wages to justify higher compulsory super contributions. McKell’s analysis doesn’t stand up to scrutiny. Here’s why.
A case study on why you shouldn’t use the Melbourne Institute’s HILDA survey to analyse household spending in Australia. It’s missing half of all household expenditure!