By Emily Neubauer
Cash seems to quickly becoming a thing of the past. More and more people swipe their cards for every day purchases. But experts say, pretty soon, even those could look different.
John Cokl is a busy person. From traveling, to buying food, to filling up, his payment method of choice is credit cards.
"It's extra protection. If my wallet gets stolen I can just cancel my credit cards instead of canceling cash," explained Cokl.
Experts say that extra protection is a big plus.
"It makes it faster, it makes it more competitive. You can't rely on the old way of doing business," said UW-Stevens Point Associate Dean, Gary Mullins (School of Business & Economics).