UniSuper a defined disadvantage for young
Unis continue to use the scheme despite the in-built bias in favour of older members
Younger members of the UniSuper defined benefit fund may be disadvantaged by a large cross-subsidy to older fund members built into a new formula adopted by trustees this year, wealth adviser Daryl Dixon has warned.
Mr Dixon, a former economics lecturer at ANU in Canberra, has written a series of columns in this newspaper warning of the complications following the UniSuper trustees' admission in 2006 that the universities whose staffers were in the defined benefit division (DBD) fund would no longer fund any shortfall in assets required to fund retirement benefits.
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