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Cyber Security Awareness Month
directs our attention to one of the fastest growing threats to businesses and their clients. Often in the headlines, these crimes are increasing in frequency, sophistication and variety. 




V.F. McNeil Insurance announces the addition of Megan Maruzo as part of a newly created agency department.

Branford, Conn - September 6, 2016 - V.F. McNeil Insurance, a top provider of property and casualty insurance in Connecticut, announced today that Megan Maruzo will assume the position of Account Executive and bring an entirely new department to the agency.  

In response to demand from insurance consumers, a full range of life insurance, disability insurance, and financial products will now be available at V.F. McNeil.  With the addition of Maruzo to the team, insurance consumers can benefit from the convenience of accessing all insurance products through V.F. McNeil.  



Just under a year ago, a dream came true for one of our team members.  Juliana Gribbins, V.F. McNeil’s Executive Assistant and Bookkeeper,had her first book published and made available for sale on shelves in local book stores and online through her publisher’s website.  You may recall our 
Employee Spotlight proudly boasting Juliana’s admirable achievement.

What has Juliana been up to since that momentous accomplishment?

Well, we can say that she hasn’t let any grass grow under her feet.  Since the publication of her first book, Date Expectations: A Humorous Look at Dating, the Second Time Around, Juliana not only continues to hold down the fort at V.F. McNeil, but she also continues to write her ever popular column for the Shore Publishingnewspapers, titled Shoreline Living, as she continues to work toward the goal of book number two.



According to PwC’s Health Research Institute,
medical costs in the U.S. will increase 6.5 percent in 2016. Benefit plan changes, such as narrower provider rangers and higher deductibles, will reduce the increase to 4.5 percent, though many consumers and the companies that employ them will continue to struggle to afford healthcare services. What can you do to continue to provide the health insurance coverage your workers need without devastating your budget? The answer is to do what you can to control healthcare costs. Consider the following strategies to help you do so without drastically reducing the benefits you’re able to offer.