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The Center for Financial Planning is pleased to share the latest edition of Financial Planning Review, the academic research journal focused on the disciplines related to financial planning, published by Wiley. Volume 2, issues 3-4 includes the following papers:

Financial Planning Review readership report
Charles Chaffin, CFP Board Center for Financial Planning

Human interaction with automated aids; implications for robo-advisors
Megan L. Bartlett, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia
Jason S. McCarley, Oregon State University, Corvallis

Bequest expectations among the U.S. older adults: The roles of generational differences and personality traits
Lu Fan, University of Missouri
Swarn Chatterjee, University of Georgia

Two-factor risk preference for investment market and credit card risk
Sarah D. Asebedo, CFP® Texas Tech University
Patrick Payne, Western Carolina University

Estate planning among older Americans: The moderating role of race and ethnicity
Shinae L. Choi, The University of Alabama
Ian M. McDonough, The University of Alabama
Minjung Kim, The Ohio State University
Giyeon Kim, Chung‐Ang University, South Korea

Examining the gender pay gap among financial planning professionals: A blinder-Oaxaca decomposition
Derek T. Tharp, University of Southern Maine
Meghaan Lurtz, Kansas State University
Katherine Mielitz, Oklahoma State University
Michael Kitces
David Allen Ammerman, West Texas A&M University

Read the latest edition of Financial Planning Review