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Guest Editor's Introduction to the Special Issue on Financial Counseling, Coaching, and Education: Linking Research to Practice

Guest Editor's Introduction to the Special Issue on Financial Counseling, Coaching, and... Guest Editor’s Introduction to the Special Issue on Financial Counseling, Coaching, and Education: Linking Research to Practice Yoon G. Lee Process. The submission period was from September 20 to support the importance of financial education programs December 20, 2019.A total of 35 manuscripts were submit- in school, specifically in younger grade levels. Financial ted to this special issue by the deadline. After the thorough education remains important as individuals age and join peer-review and revision processes, 13 manuscripts were the workforce. Horwitz et al. employed a pre-test post-test selected and considered for publication in this special issue. quasi-experimental research design to assess the impact of a comprehensive workplace financial education program Overview. This JFCP special issue was designed and planned on changes in financial knowledge. They found a positive, to publish manuscripts that can provide important practi- significant increase in financial knowledge levels among cal implications for practitioners working in the field of the participants compared to those who did not participate. financial counseling and education. To accomplish the goal Another study conducted by Despard et al. examined how of this special issue, linking research to practice, research financial counseling could improve consumer credit health topics were focused on http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning Springer Publishing

Guest Editor's Introduction to the Special Issue on Financial Counseling, Coaching, and Education: Linking Research to Practice

Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning , Volume 32 (3): 3 – Dec 21, 2021

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Springer Publishing
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© 2021 Springer Publishing Company
ISSN
1052-3073
eISSN
1947-7910
DOI
10.1891/jfcp-2021-0013
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Abstract

Guest Editor’s Introduction to the Special Issue on Financial Counseling, Coaching, and Education: Linking Research to Practice Yoon G. Lee Process. The submission period was from September 20 to support the importance of financial education programs December 20, 2019.A total of 35 manuscripts were submit- in school, specifically in younger grade levels. Financial ted to this special issue by the deadline. After the thorough education remains important as individuals age and join peer-review and revision processes, 13 manuscripts were the workforce. Horwitz et al. employed a pre-test post-test selected and considered for publication in this special issue. quasi-experimental research design to assess the impact of a comprehensive workplace financial education program Overview. This JFCP special issue was designed and planned on changes in financial knowledge. They found a positive, to publish manuscripts that can provide important practi- significant increase in financial knowledge levels among cal implications for practitioners working in the field of the participants compared to those who did not participate. financial counseling and education. To accomplish the goal Another study conducted by Despard et al. examined how of this special issue, linking research to practice, research financial counseling could improve consumer credit health topics were focused on

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Journal of Financial Counseling and PlanningSpringer Publishing

Published: Dec 21, 2021

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