Difference between Current and Available Balance?

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There is a significant difference between your current and available balance. The current balance is the total amount in your account at the end of previous business day. Although the name will lead you to believe that it is up-to-date, any purchases, deposits, holds, fees, or other charges made on the account will not post or appear until the next business day. The available balance is the amount that is accessible immediately. In most cases, exceeding this balance causes overdraft.
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