Allowing first homebuyers to cash out their super to buy a home is a seductive idea with a long history.
In the six months since the Financial System Inquiry found Australia's A$16 billion superannuation industry needed to improve efficiency
Reserve Bank Governor notes retirement has become more expensive
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Carrying high levels of debt at this stage of life can leave you very financially vulnerable.
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If bond investors are correct, the flattening of the US yield curve implies the world is heading towards a deflationary trap of lower prices and stagnant economic growth over many years.
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