Womens' super shortfall
New research from Suncorp published in the Herald Sun (27 August 2012) has found that women who take as little as two years off work to have a baby can create a $50,000 shortfall compared to men at retirement.
ASFA chief executive officer Pauline Vamos said "for every two years out of the workforce, what you should be doing is putting in an extra one per cent into your super for the rest of your working life."
Read the full article in the the Herald Sun.
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