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VHA PLUS+ partnership launched

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In an industry first, the VHA has launched a new partnership – VHA PLUS+ – which will deliver salary packaging and novated leasing to all member employers. 

VHA CEO Tom Symondson today welcomed the new offering – VHA PLUS+ by the LeasePLUS Group – and said it would be a significant member benefit.

“This is the sector’s first ‘association-backed’ salary packaging and novated leasing option.

“We’ve listened to our members who told us they want better ways to attract and retain great employees. So we have created what we believe to be the best program to do this,” Mr Symondson said today.

LeasePLUS Group Executive Director Leigh Penberthy welcomed the partnership which offers competitively priced options with high levels of customer service.

“At VHA PLUS+ we look forward to meeting VHA members and discussing how we can bring our benefits to members and their employees.

“VHA PLUS+ is proud to have approval by the VHA to partner and support members with an employee benefits program,” Mr Penberthy said.   

VHA PLUS+ is also endorsed to deliver mortgage health checks.

For more information visit the VHA PLUS+ website here, email or call 1300 799 547.

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