Policy experts from UNSW are available to give analysis of the 2017 Federal Budget when it is handed down on Tuesday 9 May 2017.
If we want superannuation to be more of a substitute for, rather than a supplement to, the pension, then big, structural changes need to be made, writes Richard Holden.
The long game is what counts in superannuation tax reform, writes John Piggott.
Smaller super funds are just as efficient as some of the very largest, bucking industry belief that biggest is best, writes Rob Nicholls.
Enshrining the objective of superannuation in legislation could have unintended consequences, writes Anthony Asher.
There is a "naïve belief" that independent superannuation directors, good governance and superior fund performance are interlinked, new research shows.
Research from UNSW's Business School suggests many people may be misreading information from their superannuation fund, leading to confusion about investment risk.
Super still leads but researchers are considering the alternatives.
Many retirees can and should use their financial assets to bolster their standard of living, write Rafal Chomik and Susan Thorp.
In announcing it would change the way superannuation is taxed if elected, Labor has grasped the superannuation reform nettle by the hand, writes Gordon Mackenzie.