Having spent the last 40 years of my career trying to convince editors to publish my articles, it is a real pleasure to switch over to the role of being a co-editor... Walt Woerheide, Ph.D.
Middletown, OH (PRWEB) February 26, 2016
Initiated in 2002, the Journal of Personal Finance has grown in scope, acceptance and recognition among practitioners and academicians. 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.
“Our latest issue continues to address topics that are pressing on the minds of the public,” explains H. Stephen Bailey, RFC® and Chairman of the Association. “These academic papers, with a more in depth approach, give our financial professionals additional perspectives on courses of action and recommendations for their clients. The IARFC is fortunate to have an outstanding editorial board with dedicated contributors.”
Six articles are included in Volume 15, Issue 1. Topics explored are America’s Retirement Income Planning Literacy; Reverse Mortgages, Annuities and Investments; Roth Conversion and the Financial Consequences of IRA to Roth IRA Conversion; Tax Refunds to Debt Reduction; and Measuring Risk Tolerance. Contributors to this edition include: Jamie Hopkins, JD, MBA, LLM, CLU®, RICP®; David A. Littell, J.D., ChFC®; Joseph Tomlinson, FSA, CFPTM; Shaun Pfeiffer, Ph.D., CFPTM; John Salter, Ph.D., CFPTM, AIFA®; V. Sivarama Krishnan; Julie Cumbie; James S. Welch, Jr.; Norma B. Coe; Timothy Clegg; Michael S. Finke; and Michael A. Guillemette.
Co-editor Wade Pfau, Ph.D., CFA, RFC® is a Professor of Retirement Income in the new Ph.D. program for Financial and Retirement Planning at The American College in Bryn Mawr, PA. Walt Woerheide, Ph.D. ChFC®, CFPTM, RFC®, has been at the American College for 14 years and served as VP of Academics and Dean for 12 of those years. This will be his first issue as co-editor for the Journal.
“Having spent the last 40 years of my career trying to convince editors to publish my articles, it is a real pleasure to switch over to the role of being a co-editor,” relates Dr. Woerheide. “If each and every member can say there was at least one article in every issue that was worth reading, then I will feel we have been successful.”
The Journal of Personal Finance is a member benefit of the IARFC. To order a hard copy or electronic version of the Journal, to find out more information or to review article submission guidelines, go to http://www.journalofpersonalfinance.com or contact the editors.