Gradifi helps you help your employees pay down their student debt up to 25 percent faster.*

Attract and retain the best talent by offering our new SLP Plan™ (Student Loan Paydown) benefit to your employees.

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Introducing

The SLP Plan™ Benefit
(Student Loan Paydown)

Make direct contributions to your employees’ student loans for an engaged and empowered workforce. Show your employees that the investment they made in their education to work for you is appreciated.

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Gradifi Refi

Your employees have the potential to save even more by refinancing their student loans with one of the leading lenders on our platform.

Calculators & Resources

Student loans can be tricky. We’ll help your employees understand their repayment options.

Gradifi is Gratitude

Today seven out of 10 graduates enter their first jobs with an average of $35,000 in student debt. Their burden of student debt is the largest of any generation.

We like to think that helping your employees become debt free is the most effective and meaningful way your company can say "thank you."

And the great thing about gratitude? It works both ways.

Our Clients

These are a few of the great companies paying down their employees' student loans with Gradifi.

Business Insider

"Eighty percent of our workforce is millennials. They told us that this is a big deal to them."

Michael Fenlon, Global Talent Director

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)

CNN Money

"We decided it was time we put our money where our mouth is, and make sure our own people are on sound financial footing."

Tracey Flaherty, Senior Vice President

Natixis

Campaign US

"Student loan debt is a significant source of stress for our younger employees…and if we can help, we want to."

Steve Connelly, Founder

Connelly Partners

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* Estimated savings are based on a $35,000 average undergraduate student loan balance at 5% APR, under a 10-year repayment plan with $100 monthly employer contributions plus regular monthly payments made by the borrower. Individual savings will vary.