October 2011

October 27, 2011

Textbook Tax Deductions and News

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Did you save your receipts when you bought or rented your college textbooks this year? According to the National Association of College Stores “keeping track of their course material expenses could save college students and their families up to $2,500 annually. 

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October 19, 2011

Student loans will exceed $1 trillion

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We’ve been hearing a lot lately about how and when student loans will exceed the national credit card debt and go over the $1 trillion dollar mark.  A USA Today article by Dennis Cauchon, Oct 19, 2011, detailed the facts and figures very succinctly.

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October 18, 2011

What is CBR’s new Live Chat?

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Earlier we wrote about the “Bundle Discounts” on the new CBR website, now we want to share another great feature with you. Wish you had a direct line to the most helpful customer service representatives around?

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October 17, 2011

What is a “Bundle Discount”?

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How do you like the new CBR?  We have a new face, a new attitude, and even more ways to help you save on textbooks!  Our newly redesigned site allows us to offer more features, functionality and new ways to save you money.

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October 5, 2011

Online Cheating, Who’s going to Know?

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Last week we wrote about honor codes and academic standards in “Who’s Getting Cheated?” . This post will be a second in the series and address online classes.  The virtual student population is growing because online classes eliminate travel time and expenses.  They can be taken from any computer with internet access.  Take a class [...]

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