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Making Retirement Savings A Reality For Millions Of Americans

About this Event

One of the best ways to save for retirement is a 401(k). Yet each year employees leave $50B on the table in unrealized savings because they can’t afford both their monthly expenses and to save for retirement. Lendtable has the solution to that problem.

Lendtable gives cash advances to help employees earn their employer 401(k) match and gets repaid out of a share of the employer match. Lendtable has grown revenue 414% since 2021 and is ready to hockey stick thanks to developing partnerships with large employers and 401(k) providers. Their team includes experienced tech entrepreneurs and financial executives from Facebook, Amazon, Dropbox, Netflix, Nerdwallet, Goldman and Capital One, among others.

Watch the webinar with Lendtable co-founder and CEO, Mitchell Jones, to hear why Lendtable has grown revenue 414% since 2021 and hopes to exceed that thanks to developing partnerships with large employers and 401(k) providers.

Video On Demand

– Recorded

January 8


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