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: charge using credit cards /. charge using credit cards /

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: the merchant pays a fee for you using your credit card. if you pay your bill on time, there's no interest charge or cost to you
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: Because the Merchant is charged around 2.5% to 3% for the transaction by the Credit card company, and if the profit margin on the goods you are buying is low that comes straight out of the pocket of the merchant selling you the goods.

So if you paid cash he wouldn't have that credit card charge taken from him.

Turnover Vanity, profit is sanity.
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: Consolidate your bills on your credit card and pay it off at the end of the month. You won't pay any interest if you pay your entire bill by the due date. Your credit card is a great budgeting tool when used this way. I also carry rewards cards and rack up gift cards and cash by charging all my routine purchases, like groceries and gasoline.
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