|Super Regs II Fourteenth Report of the Senate Select Committee on Superannuation||1|
|Super Regs II Fourteenth Report of the Senate Select Committee on Superannuation||3|
|CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION||9|
|CHAPTER 2: MEMBER CHOICE||13|
|CHAPTER 3: THE SOLE PURPOSE TEST AND CHARGES OVER ASSETS||41|
|CHAPTER 4: THE REMAINING REGULATIONS||53|
|CHAPTER 5: AWU-FIME||69|
|APPENDIX A: TERMS OF REFERENCE||73|
|APPENDIX B: LIST OF COMMITTEE REPORTS AND PAPERS||75|
|APPENDIX C: LIST OF WRITTEN SUBMISSIONS||77|
|APPENDIX D: LIST OF WITNESSES AT PUBLIC HEARINGS||79|
|APPENDIX E: ASSET PORTFOLIOS FOR BIC||81|
|APPENDIX F: SELECTED RESULTS OF SURVEY ON BENEFICIARY INVESTMENT CHOICE 119||83|
|APPENDIX G: ARTICLE IN ’THE AUSTRALIAN’ OF 13 JULY 1994||85|
|APPENDIX H: LETTER FROM HON. PAUL ELLIOTT, MP||87|
Australia. Parliament. Senate. Select Committee on Superannuation & Watson, John. (1994). Super regs II Retrieved May 7, 2021, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-1665682103
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| author1=Australia. Parliament. Senate. Select Committee on Superannuation.
| author2=Watson, John.
| title=Super regs II
| section=iii, 80 pages ; 25 cm.
| series=Statutory rules 1994 (Australia) ;
| issue=PP no. 225 of 1994, Report no. 14
| publisher=Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia
| access-date=7 May 2021
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