Want a Super debate? Just do it…

Parties, groups and individuals have been calling for a discussion on the future of NZ Super. And calling for it. And calling for it.

It’s time for getting on with it and just do it. A blog has been set up to do exactly that.

All parties have been asked to submit their positions on Super. Any group or individual can submit a topic to be discussed.

The blog is party independent and open to anyone to discuss the future of NZ Super.

Just do it.

Blog: NZ Super Discussion

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NZ Super Discussion is an open forum to discuss the future of NZ Super.

Many parties, organisations and individuals have been calling for a discussion on the future affordability and age availability of NZ Super. This blog is a means of doing that.

Positive input welcome.

This is a cross-party non-partisan forum, so please don’t use it for political criticism or pointscoring.

Please keep the discussion on topic and abuse free.

Anyone can submit discussion topics for posting to nzsuperdiscussion@gmail.com

Just do it.

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2 Comments

  1. I have an agenda for discussion:

    1. Why change the age legibility now?
    2. Why is there concern over “costs” related to the Super?
    3. Why is there a strong public reaction to age legibility for the Super?
    This must be answered first I believe.
    4. How much will future generations have to contribute to the Super?
    5. Would a “Affordability Mechanism” help pin-down options?
    6. The UnitedFuture option is desired by a number of people,
    if we applied a Affordability Mechanism approach to this option – how will it stack up?
    7.

    Reply
    • OOPpS pushed the wrong button – here’s what should have been posted:

      1. Why change the age legibility now?
      2. Why is there concern over “costs” related to the Super?
      3. Why is there a strong public reaction to age legibility for the Super?
      This must be answered first I believe.
      4. How much will future generations have to contribute to the Super?
      5. Would a “Affordability Mechanism” help pin-down options? A designed matrix whereby a checklist type workplan
      will enhance and speed progress in decision-making.
      6. The UnitedFuture option is desired by a number of people,
      if we applied a Affordability Mechanism approach to this option – how will it stack up?
      7. When say, two best options are finalized, should there be a national referendum?

      Reply

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