Peanut Butter is the benefit administrator for Student Loan Assistance

Build affinity with Student Loan Repayment

Professional administration for company-sponsored loan contributions

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    Benchmarking, plan design, and analysis

    We help design the program to achieve your talent goals. Upfront and ongoing.

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    Enrollment, loan verification, and support

    Our team and technology handle enrollment and support so you can focus on growing your business.

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    Payment management and reporting

    Don’t sweat the transactions. We facilitate your contributions to each employee’s loan servicer.

Enhance engagement with Student Loan Resources

The tools your employees need to tackle their student debt

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    Curated advice and insights

    The resources employees need to make informed decisions and get themselves out of debt faster.

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    Refinancing marketplace

    Never count on just one lender. Employees can get prequalified in under 2 minutes with multiple options.

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    Debt counseling options

    Extra help when it’s needed, available from qualified experts 24/7.

$5 per participant per month

Medix

“There has been virtually zero turnover of those participating in [our Student Loan Assistance program].”

Mike Ceretto, VP of People
Medix
ProService-Hawaii

“The implementation and administration of this benefit has been both intuitive and painless - we couldn't be happier with our choice to work with Peanut Butter!”

Trisha Nomura, Chief People Officer
ProService-Hawaii
Rise Interactive

“[Student Loan Assistance] is a huge recruiting tool for us...it's been a boon for us finding talent.”

Scott Conine, COO
Rise Interactive
Upright law

“Partnering with Peanut Butter has made the administration and roll out of the benefit a realistic thing for us to do without creating an administrative burden on our HR team”

Ed Scanlan, CEO
1871

“Peanut Butter is a straightforward tool for companies large and small, as well as a powerful resource for employers to recruit and retain top talent”

Howard Tullman, CEO
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