Promoting Applied Research in Personal Finance
The purpose of this chapter is to briefly summarize the role that a national professional association plays in bringing quality research to professional financial counselors and educators. This chapter also includes a brief, non-exhaustive review of personal finance research. A research agenda from the perspective offinancial counselors and educators is proffered.
KeywordsCredit Card Risk Tolerance Personal Finance Psychological Type Financial Counseling
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