INTEREST CREDIT CARDs
You know the trick. Find a credit card offering an introductory zero rate of interest demand on spending and transactions and move your own balance to it. Then six, nine or twelve months down the line, when the normal interest rate is about to kick in, do it again. That may be, again find another zero per cent interest credit card and again move your balance into it.
The logic behind this is that you never ending up paying interest on the debt because you always have a absolutely no interest credit card. Therefore, a smart way to beat the banks. Or is it?