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WOW - Perhaps we could recognise this and get the super funds to pay advisers to offer appropiate advice to clients of the super fund. Or at least subsidise the cost of the advice. OPPS - that was the system and we stopped it. HANG ON - Qsuper states it is "contributing to the cost of adviser fees up to $700". Perhaps there is a way to pay for advice to be subsidised by the super fund to make it affordable to members. Come on super funds - follow the lead of your competitor Qsuper and do the right thing for your members.