WASHINGTON -- The Retirement Savings Project, a leading policy research group backed by The Brookings Institution, The Heritage Foundation and Georgetown University, and affiliated with FINRA and the AARP, is advocating new approaches for defined contribution plans, Social Security and tax policies to insure Americans' retirement future.

David C. John, deputy director of The Retirement Security Project and a frequent Congressional witness, sat down with Money Management Executive Editor Lee Barney to discuss new laws and regulations that will reshape 401(k) plans and offer new challenges and opportunities for the mutual fund industry-most notably reaching the 78 million Americans who have no workplace retirement savings at all.

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