You know that old expression, "You can't live with them, you can't live without them?" It's referring to your spouse, but it's fitting for so many other aspects of life.
That includes credit cards. Especially this time of year, it's so easy to open up your wallet and pay for something with a credit card. You might wince if you pay for something you don't need, knowing you'll get socked later with a 20-something percent interest rate on top of its price.
But, used wisely, credit cards can help you to keep your expenses organized. Maybe you pay for all your living expenses with a card, so you have only one bill to pay at the end of the month. Or, maybe you use it for emergencies, like paying to get a flat tire fixed.
Whatever your reason for using credit cards, you should make them as beneficial to you as possible. One way to do that is with Best Credit Cards. It's a site from the financial publisher Bankrate, where you can find credit cards that best match your criteria.