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Australia has just joined an exclusive club - one of only four nations whose citizens will live past 80. How should you plan for such a future?

Did you know Australia has membership to a new group more exclusive than the G-20?  Recent data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) confirms that Australia has joined only three other countries in the world, namely, Switzerland, Japan and Iceland, where both women and men now have a life expectancy of over 80 years.  Let’s call this group the ‘Longevity-4’, a group of countries where maximising the potential of all citizens, regardless of their age, is essential to future prosperity.  This trend is not just about longer lifespans, there are some challenges we face with increased longevity, including whether folks who live these extra years do so in good health?  What quality of life will we have across the domains of social, mental and physical activity?

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