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Companies help employees chip away at student debt

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Companies help employees chip away at student debt

Companies help employees chip away at student debt

Student loan debt has soared to the highest it's ever been.

44 million borrowers owe $1.5 trillion collectively.

But one employer is stepping up to help their employees chip away at their debt.

13 Action News Reporter Kelsey McFarland explains how the program works.

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