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Research Update: Financial Stress and Self-Efficacy
Using data from the Financial Planning Standards Council's Value of Financial Planning longitudinal survey, this project has studied how financial stress and self-efficacy predict a person's likelihood to seek professional financial help. A brochure outlining the results of this study can be found here.