ABOUT REVERE BANK  | ONLINE BANKING  | CONTACT US

In this issue:
Small Business Loans to Grow >

Create a Business Succession
Plan >


The Government Check Will No Longer Be in the Mail >

Ready for Anything: Prepare for Business Disruptions >

Roll Over Your 401(k) or Leave It with Your Employer? >

News & Notes >

Business Growing Pains
Small Business Loans to Grow

In 2008, when the economy dropped into the doldrums, consumers put away their wallets to wait out the lean years. But a slow, steady recovery has finally heralded consumers' return to confidence in 2011. MORE 
 
 
Help Your Company Make the Transition
Create a Business Succession Plan

Whether at a company with global reach or a small start-up firm, many business owners feel a strong emotional bond to the business, as if it were one of their own children. Naturally, they want to ensure that the company will be in good hands when they retire or move on. MORE 
The Government Check Will No Longer Be in the Mail

Effective May 1, 2011, paper checks for federal benefit payments will go the way of the dinosaur. The move to electronic payments will save $120 million annually in costs associated with processing and delivering paper checks.
MORE 
Ready for Anything: Prepare for Business Disruptions

Without proper planning, any one of these events – and countless other disasters – could spell the end of any business. In fact, the Insurance Information Institute reports that more than 25% of all businesses that shut down after a disaster never reopen.
MORE 
  Roll Over Your 401(k) or Leave It with Your Employer?

If you're planning ahead for retirement, or about to retire, you will have decisions to make about your 401(k) or other employer-sponsored retirement plan. MORE 
 
 
 

  News & Notes


Revere Bank is pleased to welcome five new associates to our team: Jack Green, Anne Kline, Ray Rohde, Stephanie Love and John Gilfrich. MORE 
 
 
EHL/FDIC Home Page      Contact Us      Locations      Privacy Policy

www.RevereBank.com      240-264-5440          
This publication does not constitute legal, accounting or other professional advice. Although it is intended to be accurate, neither the publisher nor any other party assumes liability for loss or damage due to reliance on this material. Images may be from one or more of these sources: ©Thinkstock, ©iStock, ©Fotolia.
©2010 Priority Publications, Inc. priorityresults.com
Powered by Priority Integrated Marketing