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FINANCIAL PREPAREDNESS AND LOAN REPAYMENT AMONG CREDIT BENEFICIARIES FROM LENDING FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN KENYA
(IARA – International Journal of Humanities, Social Science, Business Management and Commerce, 2021-11-11)
Borrowers benefit from various loans offered by different lending institutions. However, repaying the credit has been a challenge for some credit beneficiaries. The study aimed at examining the relationship between ...
THE INFLUENCE OF FINANCIAL LITERACY ON RESOURCEFUL PREPAREDNESS FOR RETIREMENT AMONG EMPLOYEES OF WEST KENYA UNION CONFERENCE ORGANIZATIONS AND INSTITUTIONS
(Journal of African Interdisciplinary Studies (JAIS), 2021-09)
Enhancing financial literacy is the greatest need linked to employee resourceful preparedness for retirement. This is because, as the individuals become financially literate, they develop the skills and competence required ...
ANALYSIS OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MANAGEMENT REMUNERATION AND FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF SELECTED PUBLIC LISTED COMPANIES IN THE NAIROBI SECURITIES EXCHANGE
(International Journal of Research and Innovation in Social Science (IJRISS), 2021-08)
This study aimed at evaluating the relationship between management remuneration and financial performance of selected listed companies in Nairobi Securities exchange and adopted quantitative research method while utilising ...
DETERMINANTS OF FINANCIAL INCLUSION: A LITERATURE REVIEW
(International Journal of Social Sciences and Information Technology, 2019-06)
Financial inclusion is the key to economic growth of countries. This is because access to finance enables individuals be able to participate in inclusive growth. The access to financial inclusion is important for financial ...