Vault employers are making $50 to $500 monthly contributions to employee loan balances, to reward tenure and help employees overcome one of their greatest financial stressors. Vault Pay allows employers to choose from the most popular contribution plans or design a custom plan that works best for their unique workforce needs. Our admin portal tracks payments and employee adoption and shows you how significant even small-dollar and one-time contributions can be over the life of an employee's student loans. Vault Pay is a win-win for employees and employers. The CARES Act now allows employers to realize a tax advantage when using Pay.
Vault Pay is the brains behind your employees' student loan payoff strategy. Pay allows employers to contribute to employees' student loans and helps employees analyze, optimize, and map their best paths toward a $0 balance. Most importantly, when Vault displays student loan optimization options, they’re always in the order of what’s best for your employees, not what’s best for us. We’re not a bank; we don’t lend to students; and we never accept refinance kickbacks from financial providers.Learn more
Employers who provide monthly student loan payment contributions attract more job applicants and keep their best employees longer.
Vault Pay employers have received tax advantages and increased employee tenure by up to 55%.