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Fifty Things About Public Finance in Kenya

Fifty Things About Public Finance in Kenya

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The Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution and the International Budget Partnership made a publication that responds to various issues that have been raised by the…

Own Source County Government Revenue Collection

Own Source County Government Revenue Collection

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The Controller of Budget provides quarterly and annual budget implementation review reports by the county governments. This article presents the data on the annual Own Source…

Types of Funds Managed by County Governments

Types of Funds Managed by County Governments

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There are different types of funds managed by county governments. The types of funds managed by county governments are the County Revenue Fund, County Emergency Fund and the Ward…

Trends of Public Debt in Kenya

Trends of Public Debt in Kenya

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Public debt refers to the money the government owes to lenders. It consists of internal or domestic debt and external debt. The lenders include individuals, businesses, financial…

The Budget Process in Kenya

The Budget Process in Kenya

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The budget process in Kenya is important for government planning and decision-making. The budget-making process in Kenya begins from August of the current financial year. The…

What is the Judiciary Fund in Kenya?

What is the Judiciary Fund in Kenya?

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The objective of the Judiciary Fund in Kenya is to finance the administrative expenses of the Judiciary and for other purposes necessary for the Judiciary to discharge its…

Vertical Process of Sharing National Revenue in Kenya

Vertical Process of Sharing National Revenue in Kenya

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Article 202 of the Constitution of Kenya provides for the vertical process of sharing national revenue in Kenya. Vertical sharing refers to the process of sharing revenue raised…

Role of County Assembly in Public Finance Management in Kenya

Role of County Assembly in Public Finance Management in Kenya

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The role of the County Assembly in public finance management in Kenya is very important at the county government level. The County Assembly is one of the arms of the county…

Difference Between Treasury Bills And Bonds in Kenya

Difference Between Treasury Bills And Bonds in Kenya

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The major difference between Treasury Bills and Treasury Bonds in Kenya is the length of maturity. Treasury Bills (T-Bills) are a secure, short-term investment of one year or less…

Budgeting Process for the National Government in Kenya

Budgeting Process for the National Government in Kenya

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The budgeting process for the national government in Kenya is a continuous process. It begins on 30th August of the current year. The process should end on 30th December of the…