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APTA members now have access to discounts that make it easy to join more than 11,000 PTs who manage over $1.6 billion of assets and debts with FitBUX, the innovative platform for financial planning and guidance with student loan debt. And with COVID-19-related loan repayment relief set to end Jan. 31, the timing couldn't be better.

FitBUX provides free, highly customized financial coaching from student loan experts who customize strategies to fit with your broader financial picture. FitBUX coaches can answer questions about retirement savings, insurance needs, mortgages, credit card refinancing, and other topics, and tell you how it all fits together.

Access to the basic FitBUX platform and coaching is free, but FitBUX also offers a paid plan that provides additional online functionality and access to a designated coach. That paid plan is now available to APTA members at a 57% discount, with payments as low as $12.99 a month.

Want to get prepared for the return of your student loan payments? Don't miss this webinar from FitBUX, "How To Make Student Loans Complement Your Life, Not Dictate It," offered on Dec. 14 or Jan. 11 at 7 p.m. CT. The program, normally priced at $50 per attendee, is offered free to APTA members, with recordings available up to seven days after each program.

The FitBUX program is the latest addition to members-only offers, but these offers aren't the only benefit of APTA membership: Check out how becoming a part of APTA can open up access to professional resources, help you build pathways for career advancement, save you money through member discounts and special offers, and more.


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