Get your tax refund up to 5 days faster with Current
The end of the holiday season and the start of the new year can often be a financial burden with that extra spend from the holidays and setting budget-goals for the new year. While January marks a fresh start, it is also the unofficial kickoff to tax season, with April 18 being the last day to file your taxes with the IRS. You can file anytime after you’ve received all deposits from 2021 and your respective tax documents.
With Current, you can get your tax refund up to five days faster with direct deposit to your Current Premium Account. With our partnership with TurboTax, simply login to your Current account, click on the “Go to TurboTax” button to set up your e-file account, and have your Current routing and account numbers handy when filing.
Here are a few easy steps to help you get your money faster:
1. Become a Current Premium Member—sign up in 2 minutes. It’s easy!
*Already a Current member? Great! We’re happy to have you. Make sure you’ve upgraded to Premium.
2. Open your app and tap the banner at the top offering to help file your taxes.
3. Tap the ‘Go to TurboTax’ button to set up your e-file account.
4. When setting up your direct deposit on Turbotax to receive your refund, make sure you use the easily accessible routing and account numbers shown on your screen to connect your Current account.
5. Get your refund and have it in your Current account up to 5 days faster.
While taxes can be overwhelming, Current wants to make filing your taxes easier and faster than ever before. There is no need to wait until April 18 to file your tax returns—the earlier you file, the faster the returns will hit your account, meaning money in your pocket sooner. Might as well check off that ‘new year, new you’ box early by getting ahead, filing early with TurboTax, and receiving your tax return up to five days faster.
*Early access to tax refund depends on the timing of the submission of the payment file from the payer. We generally make these funds available on the day the payment file is received, which may be up to 5 days earlier than the scheduled payment date. Current Premium accounts only.
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