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Student loan debt is creating financial stress across the nation. This burden could be stopping your customers from achieving their goals. By providing specialized repayment support you can help them reach their goals while building brand and product loyalty.

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Nearly 73% of Millenials who have had a student loan debt have delayed at least one major life event or financial milestone as a result. Source: Bankrate

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17%
Getting married
31%
Home buying
38%
Savings for retirement
28%
Paying off other debt (e.g. credit card)
38%
Having children
38%
Savings for emergencies
28%
Buying or leasing a car
4%
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“Now more than ever our student customers are worried about finances and how to manage them. We partnered with Ascendium so we could ensure these young borrowers get high-quality information in an easy-to-understand format regarding not just their loans but the entire picture of financial health.”

Jeannie Tarkenton

Founder/CEO | Funding University

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    One out of three student loan borrowers have been contacted by an organization to “help” manage their loans for a fee or promised loan savings or forgiveness. Check out Jordan’s story to learn how she narrowly escaped paying costly fees for help that is available to her for free.

     

    Many federal student loan borrowers struggle to make payments. They’ve likely heard about income-driven repayment (IDR) plan options but may not know where to start. Download our step-by-step guide that walks borrowers through the free process of applying for IDR through the U.S. Department of Education’s Federal Student Aid website.

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