Get Published: Journal of Financial Counseling & Planning (JFCP)
The JFCP is a peer-reviewed journal published two times a year by the Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education®. JFCP features original research and descriptions of effective approaches to education and practice concerning all aspects of financial counseling and planning. Readers expect to find detailed recommendations for education and practice in journal articles. JFCP also publishes book reviews.
Topics: Papers can be research reports, theories and tools, literature reviews, policy reviews, and case studies. Preferred topics should be relevant to household finance, consumer finance, personal finance, and behavioral finance. Specifically, topics of interest include but are not limited to:
- Consumer financial well-being
- Consumer financial literacy
- Consumer financial capability
- Consumer financial education
- Consumer financial behavior
- Consumer borrowing behavior
- Consumer saving and investing behavior
- Retirement planning
- Financial counseling and coaching
- Financial planning
- Health and financial issues
- Consumer financial protection
- Financial issues of low income consumers
- Cross-cultural comparisons of consumer financial issues
- International issues of consumer finance
For more information on the Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning visit Springer Publishing Company.
Get Published: The Standard
Whether you are a seasoned writer or want to be published for the first time, we can work with you to formulate an interesting topic and guide you through the publishing process. We believe you are the expert at what you do. Topics of interest include (but are not limited to): working with clients; crisis counseling; budgeting; debt management; repairing a credit report; credit management; getting back on your feet; taxes; saving and investing; startingover; and, motivating clients.
About The Standard
The Standard is published quarterly in the months of January, April, July and October.
We endeavor to provide information which is timely, thought provoking and that assists the financial counselor to perform their job better. The newsletter is also a forum for informing members of AFCPE happenings.
January | November 15
April | February 15
July | May 15
October | August 15
Potential authors should contact Stephanie Yates, editor.
Get Published: AFCPE's Blog
AFCPE’s blog is designed to provide new and insightful personal finance information for financial professionals – information that can be shared with both clients and consumers and provides new insights into education and practice.
Article submissions should be original, thought-provoking and well-researched and they should spark conversation among peers and colleagues! Please email submissions to email@example.com.
- Article length: Generally, AFCPE blog articles are between 500-700 words.
- Post titles: Be creative. Give your article a title!
- Subheads: Subheads and numbered or bulleted lists, while not required, often provide a positive user experience and enhance readability.
- Sourcing: Give credit where credit is due! If you reference a study or quote research, please either include links to attribution or source the information at the end of your post.
- Pictures: Images generate interest. If you’d like to submit a photo with your article, please submit as .jpg or .png.
We encourage our authors to share their articles through social media and email by linking back to AFCPE®’s blog. If you’d like to re-use the article on your own blog, please provide a link to the original source.
While we prefer original content on our blog, we will occasionally repost an article. If submitting a repost, please indicate the original source when submitting for consideration.
If your article or topic is approved, time from submission to posting is usually 7-10 business days. Articles are edited by AFCPE staff and all edits are confirmed by author before posting.
Once approved, CEU credit is available for AFCPE Certified professionals. Approved articles must be posted within the current reporting period to be considered for CEU credit.