The article starts off by explaining how credit cards is actually one of the top financial problems of Americans. And this is more of a problem for consumers who are about to reach retiring age. No one wants to retire with debt payments eating up on the retirement fund. But be that as it may, there are also good things that can result from owning a credit card.
The article explains that in reality, the credit card is not to blame for the financial difficulties. It is the habits that have led to financial problems that must be closely looked at. Being a "charge happy nation," is where most of the problems start from. What usually happens is that after charging items on the card, the payments are not done in full and carries over to the next month with interest and fees.
With this scenario, one of the advantages of using a credit card is being able to practice proper credit management. The article explains that a consumer can learn that using lender's money to purchase items has a steep price in the form of interest payments. A consumer can also learn the value of making on-time payments to prevent additional charges.
The article explains that another benefit of using a credit card is being able to improve the credit score. As a consumer charges and pays on time, this reflects positively on the credit report of the lender and in turn, increases the credit score of the consumer. This can open a lot of financial opportunities in the future starting off with the possibility of low interest rates in loan instruments.
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