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US News & World Report

How the New IRS Rules Affect Student Loan Benefits

By Farran Powell

More companies are rolling out different types of student loan repayment perks to recruit millennial and Gen Z employees who are saddled with debt.

“Over the last couple of years in general, as the labor market has tightened, there’s been more competition for talent. One of the ways for companies to differentiate themselves is to provide additional fringe benefits – one of those is student loan repayment,” says Eric Bronnenkant, head of tax for the online financial advisor firm Betterment.

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This article originally published October 9th, 2018 on US News & World Report

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