Guest Editors’ Introduction to the Special Issue on Ethics of Debt
Debt is often central to financial decision making, and it plays a key role in financial counseling and planning. It also raises important ethical questions for individuals and families, small businesses, and lawmakers. Which forms of debt,...
Financial Literacy and the Use of Interest-Only Mortgages
Ethical Behaviors and Wealth: Generation Y’s Experience
Poverty Levels and Debt Indicators Among Low-Income Households Before and After the Great Recession
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It’s that time of year again: Symposium planning is in high-gear! We hope you will join us in sunny San Diego for another symposium of exceptional education sessions, cutting-edge field research, and tools you can use in your everyday practice.
Our program theme is “Bridging the Gap,” building off our 2015 focus on...
Another year has come and is almost gone. The years seem to fly by and resolutions that were made on January 1 seem so far away. I hope the year has brought you happiness and success, whatever that is to you. I have no doubt each of you has helped someone become more financially stable. Whether they saved a little more money or spent just a...
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