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Offer your employees an actionable benefit that helps them pay off college debt faster. Through the end of 2025, contribute up to $5,250 annually toward an employee's student loan debt, free of federal income taxes.
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Make direct monthly contributions to employees' college debt or savings plans through a fully automated, secure process.
Your employees may be able to reduce costs and simplify repayment on existing student loan debt with these competitively priced loans.
Current college students, or parents or family members who want to help with college costs, can choose from multiple loan options with competitive rates.
With our partner, Scholarship America, we provide comprehensive administrative support for your tuition assistance program.
Help employees navigate the complexities of college financing.
Our College Finance Benefits support analysts offer expert guidance to employees with existing student loans and parents of college-bound children exploring college funding solutions.
Our College Finance Benefits program allows you to choose one or more student loan benefits to help your employees, no matter what stage they're at.
Contribute Directly to Employees' Student Debt
Start with employer contributions to help employees pay down existing student loan debt.
Help Employees Save for Future College Expenses
Contribute directly to employees' 529 accounts or make designated payments through 401(k) match options.
Nearly 4 out 5 employees would exchange vision, dental, vacation days/paid holidays or 401(k) match benefits for student loan repayment assistance.
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Make an Impact on Your Employees' Student Loan Debt
You can help Kim save $11,341 and 2 years and 10 months off her student loan.
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1 Assumes the borrower made the first two payments
2 $30,000 is the Iowa average debt upon graduation for the class of 2015, according to the Project on Student Debt.
3 Assumes a $100/month contribution in addition to the regular payment applied to principal each month
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