When Benjamin Franklin, in a letter to Jean-Baptiste Leroy in 1789 uttered the words “Our new Constitution is now established, and has an appearance that promises permanency; but in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes”, no one ever anticipated that this f…

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October was the Taxpayers Month of 2016. During the month, Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) held a number of activities that were aimed at meeting taxpayers, educating them, answering their questions and assisting them on various matters so that they are encouraged to pay taxes in compliance with the law.

It is obvious that KRA has noted that continued focus on the current tax payers will not get them to achieve their tax collection targets and thus the drive to broaden the tax base by netting more income generating citizens and businesses.…

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In agro-ecological terms, Kenya is a highly diverse country. Only about 20 per cent of the country’s land is classed as medium to high potential and this supports high population densities. The remainder is mainly arid or semi-arid and supports only a small proportion of the country’s population.…

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Over the past two decades, the word budget has become common in managerial discourse. Most establishments find it necessary to prepare budgets and institute budgetary control for the purpose of translating policies, coordinating activities, as well as ensuring financial controls in order to achieve their objectives.

Entrepreneurship is the manifest ability and willingness of individuals on their own, in terms, within and outside existing organization to perceive and create new economic opportunities and also to introduce their ideas in the market, in the pace of uncertainty and other obstacles by making decisions on locations, forms and the use of resources and institutions.…

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Insurance is defined as a practice or arrangement by which a company or government agency provides a guarantee of compensation for specified loss, damage, illness, or death in return for payment of a premium. It is also defined as something that provides protection against a possible eventuality. In…

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Kenya has faced trying moments in the recent past. The state of insecurity as amplified by recurring terrorist attacks has created an environment of fear and uncertainty. While we keep faith that good will triumph over evil, it is incumbent we consider how to manage uncertainties.

While security uncertainties abound in the nation there are several other uncertainties in our money matters that we need to manage at a personal as well as a business level.…

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Ask most people and you will learn that they are in the business of making money. Bankers know this only too well. But henceforth other motives of doing business may need to be explored.…

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Today’s business development and marketing battles are based more on an organization’s intellectual capital more than any other resources. They are about how much information an organization has over its competitors. In fact, a company’s biggest competitive advantage could be its information content.…

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I have stated in the past and I state now, the words of John C. Maxwell, that all things rise and fall on leadership. Nothing moves and nothing stops until the leader decides. If the leader moves everything moves, if he stops everything stops.…

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Despite the weather fragilities which are related to the impact of global warming, the agricultural sector remains one of the key drivers of Kenya’s economy and contributes almost 23 per cent of gross domestic product. Based on government statistics of 2013, the sector fetches over Sh11 billion from the export market.…

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Once upon a time, a monkey lived on a tree. The monkey chose this tree as the branches were considered to be strong. The monkey jumped on the branches and swung from one branch to the next without any of the branches giving way. Then one day, the branches started to break. The monkey was hysterical, casting blame on the wind, rain and the sun. What the monkey did not know was that the tree was sick inside, something that he could not see.…

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