When it comes to making certain purchases, credit cards can seriously come in handy. This is especially the case if you go out to dinner, are a frequent flyer or make another type of frequent purchase. The history of the credit card dates all the way back to the late 1880s – it was mentioned in a book that described a utopian future where people used plastic cards that had borrowed money on them to make purchases for basic sundries. Today, that utopian future is our present and many people are reaping the rewards and benefits of credit cards. Here are five benefits of making purchases with a credit card. [click to continue…]

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When you use credit cards responsibly, there are a lot of benefits that they bring. Credit cards make it possible to book reservations and travel arrangements. Credit cards can help you to purchase expensive items. Credit cards are also an awesome way to establish credit. And when you happen to have a card that offers rewards for things like travel, credit cards can also help you to obtain certain items at a discounted rate.

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