Financial Planning Review
Financial Planning Review, housed in the CFP Board Center for Financial Planning and published by Wiley, is a double-blind, peer-reviewed academic journal that features research within financial planning, as well as disciplines that directly or indirectly relate to the financial planning body of knowledge or financial planning practice. Research from the journal is also included in the Financial Planning Research Network on SSRN, a collection of cutting-edge research in all areas of financial planning.
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In addition to Financial Planning, topics covered include, but are not limited to:
- Portfolio Choice
- Behavioral Finance
- Household Finance
- Psychology and human decision-making
- Financial therapy literacy and wellness
- Consumer financial decision-making
- Consumer protection, policy, and regulation
- Human sciences
Accepted papers span the broad spectrum of research methodologies and data analyses.
Financial Planning Review is available electronically from the Wiley Online Library and the CFP Board Center for Financial Planning. Each edition of the Review is also distributed to over 97,000 CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professionals throughout the United States.
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Acceptance rate: under 40%
Each edition is distributed to over 97,000 CFP® professionals, in addition to being distributed on Wiley
Editions & Recent Additions
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Volume 6, Issue 3 is now available via the Wiley Online Library and contains the following papers:
From the Executive Editor
Stephen M. Horan
Exploring the relationship between investors' financial literacy and advisor use with securities-based loans
Matthew Sommer, Timothy M. Todd, HanNa Lim
Exploring the relationship between personality and money scripts while controlling for demography, ideology, and self-esteem
Adrian Furnham, Stephen Cuppello
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Submitted papers must be in accordance with the requirements of Financial Planning Review and are reviewed by an editorial board led by Executive Editor Stephen M. Horan, Ph.D.
Included in the Financial Planning Research Network
Papers from our Financial Planning Review journal are included in the Financial Planning Research Network on SSRN (FinPlanRN), a collection of cutting-edge research from various authors and publications in all areas of financial planning.
CFP Board's Center for Financial Planning sponsors the Financial Planning Research Network. Topics include client psychology; household finance; portfolio choice; financial therapy, literacy and wellness; consumer protection, policy and regulation; consumer financial decision-making; and more. The Network contains more than 7,000 papers involving nearly 10,000 authors.