Peanut Butter Insights: Employee Eligibility Criteria to Avoid

Peanut Butter Insights: Employee Eligibility Criteria to Avoid

Working with nearly a thousand clients nationwide, we’ve grown as experts in eligibility criteria employers most commonly use when offering Student Loan Assistance to employees. On the flip side, we’ve also observed eligibility criteria employers should avoid.  We...
Peanut Butter Feature to Know: Employer Responsibilities

Peanut Butter Feature to Know: Employer Responsibilities

When offering Student Loan Assistance, it’s important for employers to understand their responsibilities for success. Benefit maintenance is simple, and one of the core reasons our services stand out is ease of use. With Peanut Butter’s SaaS solution, employers...
Peanut Butter Feature to Know: Employee Loan Verification

Peanut Butter Feature to Know: Employee Loan Verification

When thinking about Student Loan Repayment for employees, companies are commonly curious about the criteria considered when Peanut Butter verifies individuals student loan information during their enrollment process. As an employee links or provides their student loan...
Student loans blocking your retirement savings? A change to federal law MIGHT help [The Boston Globe]

Student loans blocking your retirement savings? A change to federal law MIGHT help [The Boston Globe]

Since 2015, employers have been contributing modest monthly amounts (e.g., $50) toward employee student loans and achieving profound results: 13% faster hiring timelines, 36% longer employee tenure, and Greater gender and cultural diversity. This year, more companies...
Ensuring a successful launch for your Student Loan Assistance program

Ensuring a successful launch for your Student Loan Assistance program

Conceptually, there’s many ideas surrounding the right route for a successful Student Loan Assistance program launch. When considering this new benefit, it’s important for employers to understand what works. In a recent article from Indeed, three key requirements were...