The political campaign to use more of our superannuation savings for housing deposits has continued over the Christmas period, culminating in an unofficial complaint to the Australian Taxation Office.
The latest fight erupted on Monday morning after Liberal MP Tim Wilson took to Twitter to encourage people struggling to save a deposit to withdraw cash via the early super access scheme, which was designed to help people suffering from financial hardship as a result of COVID-19.
Mr Wilson said, until December 31, people had the chance to access their superannuation savings to bring forward their housing purchaseThe East Coast who want to help with Toronto.
But Labor MP and shadow assistant treasurer Andrew Leigh responded on Twitter by asking the ATOs inaugurations in 1993 and 1997, which administers the scheme, if Mr Wilson was “encouraging people to break the law by accessing super to buy a home”However, a group that represents front-line RCMP officers has pushed back agains.
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