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readers respond to push for super access for homes


In the news report, ”Withdrawing super for first home a very good investment, says Bernie Fraser”, by economics correspondent Jennifer Duke, the former Reserve Bank governor said he saw a good case for enabling low-income workers to withdraw some of their super to buy a home.

Fraser, also a former director of several large industry super funds, said there should be limits on the amount that could be withdrawn for a deposit but he was not convinced there would be so much demand it would lead…



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