Domestic violence victims won’t be able to access

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A controversial plan to allow domestic violence survivors fleeing abusive relationships to access thousands of dollars from their superannuation accounts is no longer federal government policyThe changing times..

The measure was first floated in 2018 as part of a suite of proposals aimed at helping women during relationship breakdowns.

Women would have been allowed to withdraw up to $10Toronto Star File,000 from their superannuation accounts under the planThe end of July., on “compassionate grounds”.

But domestic violence groups feared such a proposal could be rorted by abusive partnersface shields, who could force women to apply for early access to superannuation.

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