Nate Matherson

Nate Matherson is a Co-Founder at CEO at LendEDU.

LendEDU is a marketplace for student loans and the student loan refinance. See a list of LendEDU's partners here. With one application, we allow borrowers to get up to 9 quotes from leading student loan providers in real-time. LendEDU is a free service for borrowers and does not affect borrower credit. LendEDU is paid by its lender partners including SoFi, DRB, LendKey, cuStudentLoans, Education Success Loans, iHelp Student Loans, U-fi by NelNet, CommonBond, and Upstart.


LendEDU was founded by Nate Matherson and Matt Lenhard in August 2014. LendEDU was born out of the Iowa Startup Accelerator. 

In Nate's spare time he is an active reader and writer of financial news. Over the next few months Nate is looking to start writing again!

Recent Articles By The Author

Starbucks, L Brands and Williams-Sonoma Tailor Themselves to the Holidays

Starbucks, L Brands and Williams-Sonoma Tailor Themselves to the Holidays

Starbucks, L Brands and Williams-Sonoma have tailored their products to the holiday season.

[video] Tiffany Indicates Higher-End Strength

[video] Tiffany Indicates Higher-End Strength

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Buffett Reports Exxon Stake, Shares Rise

Buffett Reports Exxon Stake, Shares Rise

Warren Buffett's new $3.75B stake in Exxon makes Berkshire Hathaway its sixth largest shareholder.

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Starbucks Beats Competition in Building Customer Loyalty

A look at three steps Starbucks has taken to ensure its revenues in the competitive coffee space.

Visa, MasterCard and the Power of Plastic

Visa, MasterCard and the Power of Plastic

Increasing corporate and consumer spending will help American Express, Discover, Visa and MasterCard.

Green Dot Gains on Growth Plans

Green Dot Gains on Growth Plans

Green Dot shares soared on strong second-quarter results and distribution point gains.

Dunkin' Brands Missing the Mark

Dunkin' Brands Missing the Mark

Dunkin' should expand its frozen-foods menu offerings into supermarkets.