Journal of personal finance
The first issue for 2016 of the Journal of Personal Finance is now available from the International Association of Registered Financial Consultants (IARFC). This practitioner oriented distinctive publication promotes research to examine the impact of financial issues on households as well as research on the practice and profession of financial planning.
Journal of Personal Finance Released - Initiated in 2002, the Journal has grown in scope, acceptance and recognition among practitioners and academicians. Additionally, the Journal welcomes articles from practicing financial professionals and consultants about financial products and services, client relationships, retirement planning, long term care, practice management, and firm operational efficiencies.
The International Association of Registered Financial Consultants (IARFC), in conjunction with co-editors Wade Pfau and Joseph Tomlinson, has released a new issue of the Journal of Personal Finance. The Journal is distinctive in that it is practitioner oriented and a refereed academic journal that promotes research to examine the impact of financial issues on households as well as research on the practice and profession of financial planning. read more...
"We've attempted to cover a variety of financial planning topics in this issue including some shorter articles. They range from traditional survey research studies to articles in newer groundbreaking areas such as optimization techniques for financial planning and neuroscience applications." - co-editor, Joseph Tomlinson
Fall Issue of Journal of Personal Finance Available
The Fall 2016 Issue of the Journal of Personal Finance is available. Members can access the full online version by logging into their membership account or by joining the IARFC (a great member benefit). Hard and PDF copies are available to members and non members alike at the IARFC store.
The IARFC has just released the fourth issue of the Journal of Personal Finance by Co-Editors Wade Pfau and Joe Tomlinson.
The Spring 2015 issue of the Journal of Personal Finance has been released. I am the co-editor with Joseph Tomlinson for this research journal sponsored by the IARFC. The issue has five articles, and the issue’s theme evolved rather organically into retirement taxation topics. The cover article by Professors Tom Potts and William Reichenstein is called, “Which Assets to Leave to Heirs and Related Issues.” This post about about the cover article. If you are not a subscriber to the journal, you can still most of this article up to the conclusion section by selecting the “Preview Current Issue” option. - co-editor, Wade Phau
Retirement Income Research in the new issue of the Journal of Personal Finance
The Fall 2014 issue of the Journal of Personal Finance is available. It's the first issue in which Joseph Tomlinson and I have served as co-editors. A more complete announcement about the Journal and its articles is included below, but first I'd like to highlight the two articles in the issue that are of more direct relevance to retirement income research. - co-editor, Wade Pfau
This Fall brings a new issue of the Journal of Personal Finance. It is the first Journal produced by our new co-editors Wade D. Pfau, Ph.D., CFA, RFC® and Joseph A. Tomlinson, FSA, CFP™, RFC®.