Is It Time To Move To A Zero Per Cent Balance Transfer Credit Card?
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Published: 16 January 2012 By Peter Thompson
Updated: 16 January 2012

As many look to consolidate debts, there’s the opportunity to save hundreds of pounds by moving to the best zero per cent credit card deal.

With Christmas and other debts proving impossible to clear for some, spreading the repayment costs over a period of time using a new zero per cent balance transfer credit card is attractive and can save hundreds of pounds in interest.

For example, by moving an existing £3,000 debt to the market leading 24 month balance transfer card from Barclaycard and repaying £125 per month over the interest free period, a huge £702 can be saved in interest compared to sticking to an existing card with a market average rate of 18.41 per cent APR and paying the same £125 a month.

As Tim Moss, head of loans and debt at comments: “Moving onto a zero per cent interest product is a no brainer – it allows you to pay off your existing balance over time without accruing additional interest.

“It is important to think about how you plan to pay off the debt and budget accordingly otherwise you could find yourself still paying off your debts when the promotional offer comes to an end. Also make sure you set up a direct debit for at le…………… continues on Money High Street

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