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We have a bigscreen TV (5K) and a computer (3K) with no payments/no interest until March 04 and June 04, respectively.

One thing I'd do is plan to pay these off at least 30 days before the interest free period ends. Read the fine print on these agreements--typically if you don't pay them off before the interest free period is over, they go back and apply hefty interest charges retroactive to the day you took them home. You want to make sure those payments are posted with ample time before the grace period expires.

• Jeff
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