ISA needs to be banned from providing ANY advice, as vertically integrated and conflicted.
Let the fund stand on its own merits and if it is worth it, external planners will recommend, if not then it shouldn't be artificially propped up by restricted product advice - just like AMP and banks couldn't any longer.
I question why unions are even in superannuation, given their publicly available information on links to criminal activity?
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