There are 3 practical solutions for policy changes we should implement so millions of people can get a handle on the student debt crisis.
Due to the overwhelming burden of student loan debt, employees aren’t able to contribute to 401(k) plans, leaving billions in 401(k) dollars on the table.
Paying for college today means taking out an extreme amount of student loans, and the impact from the student loan debt crisis is not being felt equally.
Now that we’re 10 years into the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program, it’s time to assess if PSLF is actually living up to its hype.
Employers in smaller cities with stagnant rates of population and job growth can lean on a student loan assistance benefit to help their workforce.
To reduce turnover and avoid the benefits mismatch, employers need to align what benefits they provide with what employees actually want.
Here are five reasons you shouldn’t simply “just pay” your student loans and tips on how to save hundreds of dollars and shave years off of your repayment.
Companies have perk fever, and too often benefits employer benefits miss the mark on what employees need to solve financial hurdles.
The student loan problem is that rising debt is causing short-term decisions and results in financial crisis for employees and growing costs for employers.
Attend this HR meetup to learn how innovative job perks, including student loan benefits can fuel recruiting, culture, and, ultimately, productivity.
According to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, borrowers between the ages of 30 and 49 hold at least 50 percent of today’s student debt.
Before you decide to refinance, you should know these 3 facts that tell the truth that student loan refinancing isn’t always the best plan.
With 70 percent of today’s graduates and new workforce candidates facing the issue, here’s how Vault helps employees and impacts financial wellness.
Watch our video on “How Big is the Student Loan Problem for Employees?” to hear first hand how the student loan crisis affects employees today.
So, which employee groups need the most help getting ahead of interest? Here are five that are easy to spot using your company’s data.
Which employees are having the toughest time with student loans? Find out so your HR team can start helping with a student loan benefit today.
When it comes to disparities in student loan debt, unfortunately the gender gap is one of the largest and women need the most help.
Student loan stress: here are the top three most debt-stressed employee groups who need student loan and other financial help today.
Student loan debt is thought to be a Millennial problem by most employers, but recent data shows this notion simply isn’t true.
What is the future of 401(k) and student loan repayment? Find out at Finovate as Vault discusses a 401(k) student loan benefit platform.
Prudential Retirement has partnered with Vault (formerly Student Loan Genius) to offer the new 401(k) contribution feature to clients.
With the new Vault (formerly Student Loan Genius) 401(k) contribution feature, employees can contribute to their 401(k) while paying down student loan debt.
New Vault (formerly Student Loan Genius) 401(k) feature offers employees pre-tax contributions to their 401(k), triggered by student loan payments.
Backed by some of the country’s top financial entities including Prudential and John Hancock, Vault (Student Loan Genius) offers student loan benefits.
Struggling with student loan repayment? Here are 3 ways to request student loan benefits for repayment help through Vault.