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How to Set & Achieve Short-Term Financial Goals This Year

Achieving your financial goals in the short term can be life-changing. Learn how it can help you to move closer to your long-term financial goals and how you can begin the process this year.

Ward Spangenberg  |  June 30, 2022

Learn to Live Below Your Means With These 5 Tips

Living below your means is key to keeping as much room in the budget as possible, so you have extra money each month to pay off debt, save, or stock for emergencies. Read 5 tips to live below your means here.

Ward Spangenberg  |  June 30, 2022

Credit Card Advantages & Disadvantages: Top 17 Pros & Cons

When it comes to credit cards, there are a number of advantages and disadvantages to consider each and every time you consider opening a new card. Learn the top 17 pros and cons here.

Ward Spangenberg  |  June 30, 2022

8 High-Paying Seasonal Jobs for Any Skillset

Seasonal jobs present unique opportunities to make extra money for a set period of time. Learn about 8 high-paying seasonal jobs for any skillset here.

Ward Spangenberg  |  June 30, 2022

What Are Some Small Ways to Make or Save Money?

Small changes can make a big difference when it comes to saving money. Learn about small ways to make or save money.

Ward Spangenberg  |  June 23, 2022

How to Save Money if You Make Minimum Wage

Even if you make minimum wage, you can save money by making some changes. Learn how to save money if you make minimum wage here.

Ward Spangenberg  |  June 23, 2022

How to Make a Free Monthly Bill Tracker & Stick to Your Budget

A free monthly bill tracker can help you to get your finances in order and keep them in order over the long-term. Learn how this can help you to hit your financial goals more quickly and efficiently.

Ward Spangenberg  |  June 22, 2022

Are Emergency Funds and Savings the Same Thing?

Emergency funds and savings both allow you to save money, but they have different purposes. Learn more here.

Ward Spangenberg  |  June 22, 2022

Does Cord-cutting Actually Save Money?

You can save a lot of money if you cut the cord, or do away with cable TV. Learn why here.

Ward Spangenberg  |  June 8, 2022

Credit Card Trap: Top 6 Red Flags to Look For

Credit cards can be a great tool for simplifying bill pay and getting what you need, but it’s important to watch out for scams and red flags that could cost you money. Learn the top red flags to look for with credit cards here.

Ward Spangenberg  |  May 31, 2022

What Are Some Lifestyle Changes That Save Money?

Lifestyle changes enable you to save a lot of money over time. Learn about which lifestyle changes can result in the most savings here.

Ward Spangenberg  |  May 31, 2022

How to Spend Less Money on Food: 6 Ways to Save on Groceries

Weekly grocery bills can really add up. Learn six ways to save on groceries here.

Ward Spangenberg  |  May 31, 2022

Should I Keep Money in My Savings Account?

Money invested in a savings account will benefit from interest rates. Learn how it offers you an emergency and a long-term goal fund.

Ward Spangenberg  |  May 31, 2022

How Often You Should Get a Credit Report to Improve Your Score

Check your credit report regularly to make sure your credit score is on the rise and that you have not been the victim of fraud. Learn more here.

Ward Spangenberg  |  May 31, 2022

How to Save When You Live Paycheck to Paycheck

If you find yourself living paycheck to paycheck, you can still save money by creating a budget, evaluating your bills and insurance policies, and being patient. Learn how to save when you live paycheck to paycheck.

Ward Spangenberg  |  May 31, 2022

Which Is Better: Buying a Car With Cash or a Loan?

There are benefits to both buying a car with cash and buying one with a loan. Learn which is better here.

Ward Spangenberg  |  May 23, 2022

Gas Station Charges: How Long They Take

Gas station charges can take between three to five days to show up on your account. Learn more about how they work here.

Ward Spangenberg  |  May 18, 2022

How Much Money Should I Be Saving in My 20s?

Learn about what your saving goals should be if you’re in your 20s.

Ward Spangenberg  |  May 17, 2022

Save Money By Paying Off Your Car Loan Early

It is possible to save money by paying off your car loan early, but be sure you can afford to do so and that it will be worth the short-term expense. Learn more here.

Ward Spangenberg  |  May 17, 2022

Current launches platform API, with Plaid being the first partner

Integration gives Current’s nearly four million members access to more than 6,000 apps powered by Plaid

Ward Spangenberg  |  May 11, 2022

What Is an NFT?

An NFT is a non-fungible token typically associated with a piece of digital art which lives on a blockchain and verifies authenticity and ownership of the token.

Ward Spangenberg  |  April 29, 2022

Should I Save Up Money or Pay Off My Debt?

There are benefits to both saving money and paying off your debt. Learn which might be right to prioritize for your situation.

Ward Spangenberg  |  April 29, 2022

Current + FaZe Clan Announce Exclusive, Long-term Partnership

Current to provide tools, resources for leaders of internet culture to engage fans, starting with content integration and giveaways for ‘Road to FaZe1’

Ward Spangenberg  |  April 28, 2022

5 Money Saving Tips

There are various ways to save money on a day-to-day basis. We’ve outlined five money-saving tips that can put more money in your pocket.

Ward Spangenberg  |  April 26, 2022

How Much Should I Spend on a Car?

A car is a big purchase for most people. Learn what factors into how much you should spend on a car.

Ward Spangenberg  |  April 25, 2022

Why Are Interest Rates on Savings Accounts So Low?

Interest ratings on savings accounts are currently very low. Learn why here.

Ward Spangenberg  |  April 13, 2022

How to Save Money Even With Debt

Saving money even with debt sounds counterproductive, but it is an essential way of building toward your financial future and eventually getting out of debt. Learn how to save money even if you’re in debt.

Ward Spangenberg  |  March 30, 2022

Should I Lease or Finance a Car?

The decision to lease or finance a car is a big financial decision. Learn the pros and cons here.

Ward Spangenberg  |  March 29, 2022

How to Save Money on a Weekly Paycheck

There are many ways to save money on a weekly paycheck. Learn about them here.

Ward Spangenberg  |  March 23, 2022

How to Get a Bitcoin Wallet

Bitcoin wallets come in a few different types: desktop, mobile, web, and hardware. Learn which Bitcoin wallet is best for you.

Ward Spangenberg  |  March 23, 2022

How to Build an Emergency Fund

Ideally, an emergency fund will cover three to six months of expenses. Learn how to begin building an emergency fund.

Ward Spangenberg  |  March 18, 2022

How to Open a Free Checking Account With No Deposit

You can open a free checking account with no deposit by going to an online bank, a credit union, or some other nontraditional bank. Learn more here.

Ward Spangenberg  |  March 10, 2022

Did the Gas Pump Take More Than You Paid For?

If you notice an extra charge on your account after you get gas, it’s a temporary amount held by the gas company until they know you can pay for what you actually pumped. Learn how the process works here.

Ward Spangenberg  |  March 10, 2022

7 Reasons People Overspend & How to Overcome Them

Overspending is a common issue. Read about the seven main reasons why people overspend and how to avoid doing it yourself.

Ward Spangenberg  |  March 9, 2022

Credit Card vs. Debit Card: What's the Difference?

Credit cards and debit cards work differently, offering varying levels of protection. Learn more about the differences between a credit card and a debit card here.

Ward Spangenberg  |  February 28, 2022

How to Get Out of a Lease Early

Getting out of an apartment lease is not always easy, so make sure you do all your research and have a lot of evidence to back your case for breaking the lease. Learn more here.

Ward Spangenberg  |  February 25, 2022

Get your tax refund up to 5 days faster with Current

Current is partnering with TurboTax to make filing your taxes easier and faster than ever before

Ward Spangenberg  |  January 18, 2022

Introducing Current Interest: making it easier to grow your money

Current launches Interest of 4.00% APY to make growing money more accessible

Ward Spangenberg  |  January 13, 2022

Current presents 'No Wish Declined'

This holiday season, Current is proud to present ‘No Wish Declined’, as we bring the joy of holiday movies and the joy of commercials making fun of the joy of holiday movies to talk about things like why we don’t believe in overdraft fees.

Ward Spangenberg  |  December 14, 2021

MrBeast debuts largest-scale giveaway to date on Current

MrBeast gives away $150k to over 100,000 fans on Current in a new collaboration in his most recent video ‘I Got Hunted by the Military’

Ward Spangenberg  |  December 10, 2021

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