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Reminder: Student loan holiday ending December 31st

On August 24, 2022, the White House announced President Biden’s Student Loan Relief Plan. Click here to learn what the three-part plan includes and what this could mean for you. Starting in January of 2023 student loan servicers are expected to resume the monthly...

Peanut Butter Earns 1 G2 Badge for Summer 2022

We at Peanut Butter are proud to have been recognized by G2 as a High Performer in the Financial Wellness category. The peer-to-peer software review site has awarded Peanut Butter a badge as a High Performer for the Summer 2022 season, based on positive reviews from a...

Human Resources Companies Rate Peanut Butter 5.0 stars

Users overall have rated Peanut Butter 4.9 out of five stars, and those from human resources companies have awarded Peanut Butter a perfect 5.0. Click the badge below to see why users in the human resources sector love Peanut Butter. To get started with one of our...

The student debt gender gap: Women burdened more by debt call for systemic changes [Whio]

The bulk of student loan debt in the U.S. has fallen on women, who today hold nearly two-thirds of all outstanding student debt, an amount that totals more than $900 billion, according to the American Association of University Women. Upon college graduation, a female...

Why Your Company Should Offer Student Loan Repayment

Americans hold nearly $1.75 trillion in student debt. In today’s workforce, employers are reconsidering how they approach employee benefits. In the efforts to attract and retain top talent, companies are aiming to create more appealing benefit programs. They’re...

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Reminder: Student loan holiday ending December 31st

Reminder: Student loan holiday ending December 31st

On August 24, 2022, the White House announced President Biden’s Student Loan Relief Plan. Click here to learn what the three-part plan includes and what this could mean for you. Starting in January of 2023 student loan servicers are expected to resume the monthly...

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The student debt gender gap: Women burdened more by debt call for systemic changes [Whio]

The student debt gender gap: Women burdened more by debt call for systemic changes [Whio]

The bulk of student loan debt in the U.S. has fallen on women, who today hold nearly two-thirds of all outstanding student debt, an amount that totals more than $900 billion, according to the American Association of University Women. Upon college graduation, a female...

read more
Why Your Company Should Offer Student Loan Repayment

Why Your Company Should Offer Student Loan Repayment

Americans hold nearly $1.75 trillion in student debt. In today’s workforce, employers are reconsidering how they approach employee benefits. In the efforts to attract and retain top talent, companies are aiming to create more appealing benefit programs. They’re...

read more
Student Loan Assistance Programs With Peanut Butter

Student Loan Assistance Programs With Peanut Butter

With the average student debt borrower holding $31.4K in student loans, it’s no surprise that it’s a leading cause of financial stress for employees. The good news is that employers can help by offering one of Peanut Butter’s Student Loan Assistance programs. Below is...

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Indiana the latest state to confirm it will tax student loan forgiveness [Axois]

Indiana the latest state to confirm it will tax student loan forgiveness [Axois]

As the Biden administration sets out to implement its student loan forgiveness plan, Indiana became the latest state Tuesday to confirm that it will tax student loan forgiveness. Several states have indicated that residents could face a state tax on the balances...

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How Biden’s Student-Debt Relief Plan Could Make Colleges More Expensive [Fortune]

How Biden’s Student-Debt Relief Plan Could Make Colleges More Expensive [Fortune]

After Biden announced his student loan relief plan, an economist explains how the new Income Driven Repayment (IDR) system plan will incentivize universities to increase tuition. Read the full article by Fortune here. Employers who help will reap the benefits of...

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President Biden’s Student Loan Relief Plan: What Does It Mean For You?

President Biden’s Student Loan Relief Plan: What Does It Mean For You?

On Wednesday, August 24, 2022, the White House announced President Biden’s Student Loan Relief Plan. The three-part plan includes: $10,000 of potential debt reduction for federal loan borrowers and the payment holiday’s end on 12/31/2022 (hereafter referred to as...

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