I was not happy with your answer to Rebecca a few weeks ago. You disagreed with her husband, who told her it was “better for us to have control of our money rather than a superannuation company”. If that company was such as AMP, with poor growth, ongoing fees and other rip-offs (as exposed by the Royal Commission), then her husband’s suggestion may have been the better way to go.
That’s like saying:
“You drive a Holden Barina. It’s a terrible car. So instead, you should sell it and ride a horse.”
Who says you have to drive a Barina?
Most people have the ability to choose a good super fund with low fees.
My view is that if you don’t like your super fund you should be looking to move to a better fund rather than flogging a dead horse.