Royal Commission into Aged Care begins, reports of neglect, abuse, and drugs pour in — Catholic Leader — Failure of care: Submissions opened on January 18 for the Aged Care Royal Commission and thousands of submissions have already been made.
Aged care royal commission: Younger patient stories set for inquiry attention / Lucas Baird — The Australian Financial Review
How will the aged care royal commission impact the market? / Kylie Purcell – Your Money
Is it time for the Government to get more involved in protecting retirement savings of workers? / Andrew Robertson — ABC News — However the superannuation industry wants to gloss over it, the Productivity Commission’s inquiry into the sector is a damning indictment. A $3.8 billion-a-year indictment. That’s how much Australians are missing out on because of a superannuation industry that appears to be more interested in its own wellbeing, rather than the retirements of the Australian workers it’s meant to be providing for.
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