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Clarifying 'bring forward' and 'catch-up' super rules

Brisbane Times Saturday, 19 September 2020
Clarifying 'bring forward' and 'catch-up' super rulesThe law is expected to change to allow people to use "bring-forward" rules up to the age of 67 without meeting the work test of 40 hours in 30 days.
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