Cash is not always king: why some shops accept cards only
Many stores are going cashless—meaning, they only accept cards and mobile payments. Retailers say it lowers costs, improves speed at the counter, and helps with employee safety. But others say it discriminates against those who don’t have access to credit. In Sweden, the world’s most cashless society, even the banks don’t take cash. Plus, learn the phrase “point to” when describing an argument.