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Tasmanians slugged $101 million in extra tax under super opt out plan

Published: 14 Nov 2019

Tasmanians earning under $50,000 a year would be slugged more than $100 million in extra personal tax a year if a proposal to allow low income workers to opt-out of compulsory superannuation gets the green light.

Industry Super Australia (ISA) today released new analysis showing the extent of the super tax grab by Tasmanian federal electorates, with Bass workers suffering the brunt of the proposal, followed by workers in Clark (formerly Denison).

You can read the full release below. 

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