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What, retire? Not now—maybe not ever.

Subjects: *Occupations; *Retirement; *Working Women

  • Source: Older women who work: Resilience, choice, and change. Cole, Ellen, (Ed); Hollis-Sawyer, Lisa, (Ed); pp. 153-159; Washington, DC, US: American Psychological Association; 2021. xvi, 282 pp.

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Economic strain and job loss.

Subjects: *Economics; *Family Relations; *Family

  • Source: APA handbook of contemporary family psychology: Applications and broad impact of family psychology., Vol. 2. Fiese, Barbara H., (Ed); Celano, Marianne, (Ed); Deater-Deckard, Kirby, (Ed);

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Assessment of financial exploitation.

Subjects: *Aging; *Decision Making; *Elder Abuse

  • Source: Assessing capacities of older adults: A casebook to guide difficult decisions. Moye, Jennifer, (Ed); pp. 123-145; Washington, DC, US: American Psychological Association; 2020. xii, 337

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Business issues.

Subjects: *Professional Ethics; *Psychologists; *Business Ethics

  • Source: Practical ethics for psychologists: A positive approach., 3rd ed. Knapp, Samuel J.; VandeCreek, Leon D.; Fingerhut, Randy; pp. 223-237; Washington, DC, US: American Psychological

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Consulting with financial planners.

Subjects: *Economics; *Financial Services; *Financial Strain

  • Source: Earning a living outside of managed mental health care: 50 ways to expand your practice. Walfish, Steven, (Ed); pp. 141-144; Washington, DC, US: American Psychological Association; 2010.

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The effects of age, financial strain, and vocational expectancies on the stress-related affect of adult job losers.

Subjects: *Age Differences; *Financial Strain; *Personnel Termination

  • Source: Job stress in a changing workforce: Investigating gender, diversity, and family issues. Keita, Gwendolyn Puryear, (Ed); Hurrell, Joseph J. Jr., (Ed); pp. 165-180; Washington, DC, US:

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Business issues.

Subjects: *Money; *Professional Ethics; *Professional Fees

  • Source: Practical ethics for psychologists: A positive approach. Knapp, Samuel J.; VandeCreek, Leon D.; pp. 147-160; Washington, DC, US: American Psychological Association; 2006. xi, 289 pp.

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Public debts and indirect taxation.

Subjects: *Financial Strain; *Government; *Social Issues

  • Source: Social problems. George, Henry; pp. 221-233; Chicago, IL, US: Belford, Clarke & Company; 1883. 367 pp.

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Amelioration of economic conditions.

Subjects: *Economics; *Financial Strain; *Human Trafficking

  • Source: A new conscience and an ancient evil. Addams, Jane; pp. 55-94; New York, NY, US: MacMillan Co; 1912, reprinted 1914. xi, 219 pp.

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The perpetuity of national debt--A suppressed chapter of political economy, read before the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, in March, 1868.

Subjects: *Finance; *Financial Strain; *Government

  • Source: Gleanings from a literary life, 1838-1880. Bowen, Francis; pp. 71-92; New York, NY: Charles Scribner's Sons; 1880. x, 513 pp.

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