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The Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning is the biennial official peer-reviewed research journal of the Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education. The mission of the journal is to disseminate scientific research related to: financial decision-making by individuals and families; financial education and financial consulting methods; and training for professional finance educators, consultants and planners. Research relevant to all audiences, both American and foreign, is encouraged.
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Let`s look to the latest work of the researchers published in the Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning.
“Navigating Risky Higher Education Investments: Implications for Practitioners and Consumers” written by Heckman, Stuart J., Letkiewicz, Jodi C. The scope of the study, exploration of the academic and labor market risks associated with investing in higher education by synthesizing the literature on higher education risky choices and expanding the study using the 2014 National Student Financial Well-being Survey, a national sample of college students.
According to 2018 the impact factor (IF) of Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning is equal 0.25. It was computed in 2019 as per its definition.
The Impact Factor of Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning has decreased by 0.55 % and it is approximately change by -68.75%, comparing to previous 2017. The impact factor also called as Journal impact factor, a measure of the annual average number of citations of the latest articles published in that journal.
“Financial Debt and Mental Health of Young Adults” written by Kim, Jinhee. The aim of this study is to examine the debt burden, perceived abilities and mental health of young people. This study uses panel data built on the 2009–2013 waves of the Panel Income Dynamics Survey (PSID) and its addendum Transition to Adulthood (TA).
The h-index is a way of measuring publications productivity and citation impact. The h-index is defined as the maximum value of h such that the given journal/author has published h papers that have each been cited at least h number of times. H-index of Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning is equal to 31. İt is interpreted as 31 articles of this journal have more that 31 number of citations.
International Standard Serial Number also denoted as ISSN is a unique code which consist of 8 digits. By using ISSN code the journals, newspapers, periodicals, magazines and other kinds of printed or electronic forms of media can be recognized.
Springer Publishing company is Publisher of Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning. Their publishing house is located in USA.
The history of the magazine coverage is as follows: 1990-1991, 1993 – up to the present. The organization or individual that prints and distributes print or digital publications is called the Publisher.
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