Originally Posted by magnek
At first I was like
, and then I was
, and finally I had to
Really if you have to finance a GPU, you seriously
need to straighten out your priorities.
I disagree. If you can find financing for 0% and you are good with your own money (investing and saving wisely) then you should almost always take advantage. Especially on something like a car purchase. If you can put your money to work while slowly paying off a large purchase then that will net you money in the long-term.
However, on something smaller with shorter financing terms the potential to earn can be negligible.
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