If you learn to manage your credit cards correctly, they offer a number of advantages and can save you a lot of money (I know that sounds strange, but it’s true). Having no credit history is nearly as bad as having a bad credit history and with so many financial instruments tied to your credit score in some way (mortgages, insurance…even possibly your job), using a credit card to build credit and up your credit score is a wise decision (again, if you can manage them correctly). Here are ten reasons spelled out in my latest TheStreet.com article:
1. Boost Your Credit History and Score
2. Internet Purchases
3. Emergency Money
5. History of Purchases
6. No Fear of Loss or...