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NSW Government - Women's Economic Opportunities Review

  Published: 04 Mar 2022

The gender gap in super balances continues to be a persistent problem in every state and territory in Australia. In NSW, this has resulted in women approaching retirement with 27 per cent less super than men.

While ISA acknowledges that many of the relevant policy settings (such as super and industrial relations policy settings) are largely the responsibility of the Federal Government, there are several policy levers that the NSW Government could use to improve economic security and retirement outcomes for women in NSW.

*The above material, whilst correct at the time of publication may include references or statements which are no longer current.

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