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A progressive approach to the non-concessional contribution caps could alleviate many of the issues relating to divorce and poor investments that have arisen from the proposed $500,000 cap, says one big four firm.
Deloitte Private partner John Randall says a model under which there are certain caps available to super members incrementally throughout their lifetime could ease some of the issues around significant life events resulting from the proposed $500,000 non-concessional cap.
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