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Fiducius embodies a commitment of creating real financial value for employers and their employees. It is a responsibility we take seriously. Our knowledge and comprehensive set of benefits create results that support recruiting and retention objectives.

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As an employer, you’re always seeking to acquire the best talent and then protect the investment in your people. At Fiducius, we understand how important recruiting and retention are to your HR goals. We help you hire and keep happy, motivated employees. We offer the most complete set of student loan and education assistance benefits, both voluntary and employer sponsored, to cover your employees. Our years of experience with benefit administration means we’re easy to work with, whether it’s customizing your program or maximizing participation with worksite enrollment.


Fiducius is not a bank or lender. That means we can focus on making sure you get the solution that is best for your personal situation.

Student Loan Financial Planning℠ with Fiducius is a high touch, high tech approach. Yes, you’ll work with a real student loan Advisor who has years of experience helping people just like you. We’ll hold your hand every step of the way, from education to digitalizing complex paperwork.

Fiducius makes it possible for you to advance your career or simply put your student loan in the rear view mirror.


As a broker, you’re always on the lookout for solutions to complement an employer’s core benefits and compensation offering. Enter student loan benefits from Fiducius. Our complete range of benefits covers more of the employee population than other providers. And our unique financial planning approach frees up significant income that each employee can invest in other benefits, including insurance, retirement plans and FSAs. We call it the “student loan multiplier effect.” Our student loan benefits support employee needs and align with key employer objectives of recruiting, retention and productivity.

Help employers take advantage of the student loan multiplier effect