Laurel, Md. (February 9, 2017) — Revere Bank employees recently conducted a financial literacy presentation to students at Gaithersburg Middle School. As part of the seminar, students learned about financial basics, including credit scores and insurance policies. The Revere team also led discussions on the impact of financial decisions and walked the students through simulations based on future potential salaries and spending habits.
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