Kelly O’Dwyer responds that the government ‘is not letting anybody off the hook’

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Labor has targeted the government’s plan to drop penalties for employers who dob themselves in for failing to pay employees’ superannuation.

After a landmark Productivity Commission report called for reforms to combat unnecessary superannuation fees and the proliferation of unwanted multiple accounts, Labor used question time on Tuesday to switch focus to the $2.85bn that employers have failed to pay into employees’ retirement accounts.

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