Impact of cashless society on emotional value and significance of money, a case study of the Nigerian economy

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This project is based on the Impact of cashless society on emotional value and significance of money, a case study of the Nigerian economy. The main aim of the study was to determine the cashless policy affect the Nigerian economy. Primary sources of data were adopted which involves the administration of questionnaires designed in Likert scale format. The design adopted for the study was survey research design and data administered were analyzed percentages and t-test with the aid of Spss. The study finds out there is a significant relationship between values of cash transfer from Automated Teller Machine on Gross Domestic Product and Value of point of sale has a significant relationship on Gross Domestic Product. It was recommended that there is a need for an increase in the installation of more automated teller machines in the country and particularly Bida, Niger State. This will, in turn, increase the gross domestic product and the cost associated with transacting with the point of sale terminals should be reduced so as to encourage e-banking policies thereby increasing the gross domestic product. 
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