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About Kashable

  • Kashable is a financial wellness benefit that offers employees affordable loans to help tackle costly debt and unexpected expenses. By working with employers, Kashable can provide employees across the credit spectrum a low-cost alternative to 401(k) loans, credit cards, and predatory lenders. We only lend what employees can afford to borrow, with loans that are repaid automatically through payroll.

    Kashable's basic program comes at no cost to employers with 500+ benefit eligible employees. Employers with 300-500 benefit eligible employees can offer Kashable for a minimal fee. Each loan agreement is between Kashable and the employee, so the employer bears no risk if an employee leaves the company.

    Kashable is Socially Responsible Credit™ For Employees.
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Products by Kashable

  • Basic Plan

    The Kashable program is offered at no cost to employers with 500+ benefit-eligible employees. Standard Kashable loan eligibility and approvals apply. Read more
  • Premium Plan

    The Premium Plan is offered at a small fee to employers with 300-500 benefit-eligible employees. A small fee may also apply to employers who wish to expand eligibility and approval limits. Read more