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Journal of FSP - Call for Articles

The Journal of Financial Service Professionals invites all NAIFA members and other financial service professionals to consider submitting an article for possible publication. Your article can help to broaden the knowledge base in our dynamic industry. Research, insights, analysis, and synthesis of concepts can emanate from your experiences and can be shared with your professional colleagues to better serve the profession and ultimately its consumers.

Each submitted article is sent to several expert reviewers who evaluate the article for suitability, technical accuracy, originality, readability, and other pertinent factors. The reviewers send their comments to the Editor who in turn may accept or reject the article based on the reviewers' recommendations or who may ask the author to revise the article in accordance with the reviewers' comments. Please note that although your ideas, time, and effort are very important to us, a certain percentage of articles will be rejected because of the rigorous review process. To guarantee the integrity of the process, the reviews are done blindly; that is, the reviewers do not know the identity of the author and vice versa.

All articles published in the Journal are copyrighted by the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors.

If you have any questions or would like to discuss an idea for an article, please do not hesitate to contact Kenn B. Tacchino, Editor, at 610-499-4328 or  kbtacchino@widener.edu.