This follows calls for super tax concessions for the wealthy to be targeted in the federal Budget, set to be released in May.
BDO Superannuation partner Paul Rafton said the delay by the government in providing a strong position had been sending “panic waves through the market”.
“Since Christmas there has been misinformation and conflicting comments about whether there would or wouldn’t be changes to superannuation and that caused alarm for many people,” said Mr Rafton.
He added, however, that the prime minister's comments last Thursday have helped “allay people’s fears”.
The months of uncertainty demonstrated the importance of superannuation to the future of Australia, Mr Rafton said, noting that while there is always increased interest in superannuation queries at this time of year, leading up to the Budget, the volume of concern this year has been unprecedented.
“Superannuation is an investment that’s made over decades and it needs to be treated accordingly,” he said.
“While uncertainty about changes to superannuation is disconcerting, it doesn’t warrant drastic actions, at least not without proper consideration of an individual’s complete financial circumstances.”
The best way to handle periods of uncertainty is to continue to follow the current rules and regulations surrounding superannuation, he added.