I use a credit card for nearly every purchase I make. Over the last several years, I’ve appreciated not having to provide a signature for smaller purchases. It appears that in the near future though, signatures will often be unnecessary even for larger purchases.
- Credit Card Signatures Are About to Become Extinct in the U.S. from Stacy Cowley
Other Recommended Reading
- 5 Steps to Investing Your Health Savings Account from Christine Benz
- Doing Good, Better with Your Money from Darrow Kirkpatrick
- Socially Responsible Investing Doesn’t Make Sense – Except When It Does from Bob French
- What It Was Like to Finally Write My Will from John Schwartz
- Pascal’s Wager and Your Investment Portfolio from Steve Nelson
Thanks for reading!
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