Allowing Australians to use their super to buy homes would most benefit those with the most super. They're the least in need.
Nothing, not even advertising will be permitted unless it is in the 'best financial interests' of members.
Putting more of each pay packet into super would widen the gap between high earners and low earners; between men and women.
The increase will come at the expense of wages, and in the view of two inquiries - a decade apart - is something we don't need.
Most Australians get enough to live on in retirement. Some get more they get while working, but 30% get less, and boosting super won't help them.
A leading-edge study conducted for the Retirement Incomes Review used Tax Office data to examine what happened to wages after firms paid more super.
Only 13 of the 44 economists surveyed want them to proceed as planned.