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K-State Today

April 7, 2022

Student loan debt benefit webinar is today

Submitted by Jason Talbert

Did you know that since K-State is a public employer, you may qualify to have student loan debt reduced or even forgiven through the Public Service Loan Forgiveness, or PSLF, Program? Have you attempted to start the PSLF process but found it filled with bureaucracy and confusion? Do you have loans in repayment and are looking for help managing them or creating an income-driven repayment plan? 

K-State employees now have access to a benefit that could reduce your student loan payments and/or smooth the path to secure loan forgiveness. Brought to you by Savi, this benefit can help find the best federal repayment and forgiveness programs for your individual financial situation. With many types of payments poised to resume, now is a perfect time to explore this new tool. Whether you are looking to strengthen your financial footing, position yourself for student loan forgiveness, or seek significant student debt savings, Savi may be able to help. This new benefit also may help cap your payment based on income and family size, free up money for other financial goals, and can remove the complexities of forgiveness and put the PSLF process on autopilot for a small fee.

Interested in learning more? Join your Human Capital Services Benefits Team and attend a 30-minute webinar and you’ll see how easy it is to use Savi, how it works to reduce your monthly payment, and how to get started. Register for the following webinars:

To get started, visit TIAA.org/kbor/student today to calculate your savings or visit the Human Capital Services website for additional details. Reach out to your Benefits Team at benefits@k-state.edu for any assistance or support.

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