Influence of Financial Literacy and Use of Financial Technology on Financial Satisfaction through Financial Behavior

Mamik Nur Farida, Yoyok Soesatyo, Tony Seno Aji

Abstract


Financial behavior is a means by which a person treats, manages, and uses available financial resources. This research aims to determine the effect of financial literacy and the use of financial technology on financial satisfaction through financial behavior as an intervening factor. Data were collected from 112 economics teachers using purposive proportional random sampling technique. Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) with AMOS 26 software was used to analyze the data. The results of this research indicate that financial literacy has no effect on financial behavior, but the use of financial technology has an effect on financial behavior, financial literacy and the use of financial technology has an effect on satisfaction finance. It was also found that financial literacy and the use of financial technology were mediated by financial behavior. Finally, use of financial technology had no effect on financial satisfaction through financial behavior as an intervening variable. These results have useful practical and theoretical implications.

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Financial Literacy, Use of Financial Technology, Financial Behavior, Financial Satisfaction

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