Credit cards have many benefits to those who use them.
Credit cards can be used to pay for items when someone doesn’t have the money available there and then, either because they didn’t withdraw any money, or because they have yet to be paid for their month’s work.
Credit cards also are insurable – whilst you cannot get back cash money that has been stolen from you, if your credit card is stolen you are able to cancel it, meaning the thief cannot buy any more things, and have the items that the thief bought written off.
Fraud protection is also available under credit cards, so if you buy something defective, you will be able to get a refund on some or all of the credit you spent on that product.
Credit cards also offer incentives to those who use them. These include things like Airmiles, free coverage for items purchased on the credit card, or points that can be used to claim prizes.
Credit cards also allow the owner to improve their credit, so long as they ensure that they pay off their credit card debts on time. This proves that they are able to deal with debt well.