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Our Promise: Experience. Service. Convenience.

VBA is “The Broker’s Broker.”  For more than 20 years we have introduced industry leading products and services to the market, giving our brokers a unique and valuable product line to service their customers. We provide an unmatched level of expertise in ACA Compliant benefit plans and have created the ANSR℠ to successfully keeping employers and employees compliant.

The Secret Sauce

What does it take to effectively take care of companies and their employee benefit needs? One full service employee benefits company explains how VBA has “the secret sauce.”

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Transamerica Presents – 2016 Health Solutions Panel Discussions

Transamerica is excited to announce our summer roadshow Health Solutions Panel Discussion. During this summer series, we are teaming up with insurance industry leaders to discuss unique products and strategies brokers can use to help their clients comply with the Affordable Care Act (ACA).

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VBA Golf Outing

The annual VBA Lunch & Learn and golf outing will be held on Friday, August 12 at New Albany Links Golf Club.

Day starts at 9:00 am – Breakfast provided
9:30 – 10:30 am Brief meeting and presentation by host, VBA President Lance Shnider
11:00 am tee times begin
Golf will be followed by a cookout at VBA President, Lance Shnider’s home on holes 17 & 18.
Recommended hotel: Courtyard New Albany (ask for VBA rates)

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Golf will be complimentary to the first 40 registrants. You must participate in the meeting session to golf free.

VBA News

Who Forgot About the Part-timers?
Just three short years ago, before ACA, VBA functioned as a business that solely provided benefits for part-time, hourly and lower waged employees. These are the life-blood of the restaurant, staffing and hospitality industries. There are thousands of employers who have a workforce comprised of 60-80 percent part-time employees. But somehow – they got lost in the ACA shuffle. read more