Another Student Loan Payment Pause

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Fiducius Assists With Recruiting and Retention Objectives

Fiducius leverages artificial intelligence to maximize engagement while offering a first-in-class employee benefit experience.

Fiducius Helps Employees Advance Careers and Tackle Student Loan Debt

Grady Health, one of the largest safety net health systems in the U.S., has selected Fiducius as its provider of education assistance and student loan benefits for its more than 8,000 employees.

Fiducius Creates Immediate Financial Wellness

Methodist Hospitals, a not-for-profit, community-based healthcare system in Northwest Indiana, has selected Fiducius – a leading provider of student loan benefits – as its preferred partner of student loan benefits for its 3,500 employees and their family members.

Fiducius Reduces Employer Spend While Increasing Employee Financial Wellness

Ochsner Health, Louisiana’s largest nonprofit, academic, multispecialty healthcare system, has selected Fiducius -- leading provider of student loan benefits -- as its preferred provider of student loan benefits for its 30,000 employees.

In The News

Ohio Health Rolls Out Innovative Benefit In Partnership With Fiducius

In partnership with Fiducius, Ohio Health rolled out an innovative new benefit to help alleviate the student loan burden for all of our associates and providers. All of our associates now have access to a service, at no cost to them, that will work with them to help reduce their student/parent loan debt and in some cases receive loan forgiveness.


Debt Cancellation Overruled, What Now?

The one-time relief provided by the U.S. Department of Education as part of the Biden-Harris Administration student debt relief plan is blocked. This ruling leaves over 26 million people in complete limbo with their federal student loan debt. They expected $10,000 to $20,000 to be canceled from their student loan balance, and this dramatic change adds more stress to borrowers. Student loan payments will resume in January for the first time in almost three years. What now?