Christine Leaves (R), 69, is pictured with citrus fruit picked from a backyard tree owned by her friend Beverly Marsden (L) in Glenorie on the rural northern outskirts of Sydney, May 21, 2014. ... more 
Christine Leaves (R), 69, is pictured with citrus fruit picked from a backyard tree owned by her friend Beverly Marsden (L) in Glenorie on the rural northern outskirts of Sydney, May 21, 2014. Australia's pioneering A$1.7 trillion ($1.5 trillion) 'super industry' - bigger than the country's annual economic output - provides more than A$72 billion a year in retirement funds and it's held up as a model for other developed countries. But the industry is plagued by high fees and a narrow range of products for retirees to invest their savings in. Coupled with poor spending decisions by retirees - who often cash in their 'super' and splash out on holidays and cars - it has meant more Australians are outliving their investments. Picture taken May 21, 2014. To match AUSTRALIA-RETIREMENT REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY) less 
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