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  • Break your cash advance dependency

    Many Tennessee residents who are struggling financially need some form of debt relief. There is nothing wrong with that. The problem lies in the type of relief on which you rely. Sadly, there are some options out there that end...

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Mark T. Young & Associates

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Mark T. Young & Associates

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Mark T. Young & Associates

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  • Dealing with your student loans through bankruptcy

    Do you find yourself overwhelmed by how much you owe in student loans? You may be like the many Tennessee college graduates who left school and entered the real world, only to find themselves dealing with an enormous amount of...

  • Sporting goods giant Gander Mountain rumored to file bankruptcy

    With the ever-changing landscape of retail and online retailers, it is bound to bring inevitable change to how people shop. This, in turn, will affect retail, especially large brick-and-mortar companies. One such company, Gander Mountain, which has several Tennessee...

Mark T. Young & Associates

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Mark T. Young & Associates

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Mark T. Young & Associates

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  • Rebuilding your credit after bankruptcy

    For many Tennesseans squeezed by debt, the idea of filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy is tempting. But some balk at actually filing for bankruptcy because of worries over the bankruptcy's effect on their credit. Such a worry is often...

  • Discharging debt through Chapter 7 bankruptcy

    Living with a mountain of debt is not fun. Fortunately, Tennesseans do not have to live in the shadow of that debt forever. They have options, including to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. At the end of that process,...

  • What is the role of a bankruptcy trustee?

    When a Tennessean gets too far into debt, one option is to file for bankruptcy under Chapter 7. Filing can put an immediate halt to a creditor's debt-collection efforts while starting the process towards a fresh financial future. One...

  • Filing bankruptcy ... Can you keep the car?

    When people reach a financial situation where they have to consider bankruptcy, there can be a lot of fear and uncertainty. What of their assets are they allowed to keep? Will filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 result in...

  • Can bankruptcy wipe away secured debt?

    Not all debt is created equal. Some debt is secured; others are not. That distinction can have important ramifications for Tennesseans considering whether to file for bankruptcy. To learn more about how bankruptcy handles secured debt, whether filed under...

  • What is Chapter 13 and how is it beneficial?

    Tennesseans who are facing financial challenges often do not know where to turn or which potential options are most suitable to their particular situation. Being in debt does not mean that there is no chance for a fresh financial...

  • Tennessee leads the nation in bankruptcy filings

    While many Tennessee families are able to make ends meet, there are a percentage of Chattanooga residents that are struggling to get through the day due to the state of their finances. It can come to a point where...

  • What bankruptcy can and cannot do for your unpaid child support

    Divorce can bring significant financial changes, and for some Tennessee residents, it can set the stage for significant financial hardship. Parents ordered to pay child support may find that it is difficult to keep up with their financial obligations, despite...

  • Debt relief from unexpected hospital bills is possible

    It's no secret that many Chattanooga residents' healthcare coverage is more expensive and less-encompassing than ever before. But what are the real life effects of this shift in healthcare expenses? It can mean higher deductibles, coinsurance and other out-of-pocket...

  • Can a Tennessean keep their house through bankruptcy?

    When things go bad, they go really bad. So, when a person gets behind on some of their bills, they usually get behind on all of them. And that means an assortment of unhappy creditors, including the bank that...

  • Stay away from these bad financial habits

    Some Tennesseans get in financial trouble because of bad luck such as a major medical malady that can churn out huge bill after huge bill. But others wreck their finances through smaller, oft-repeating behavior that adds up over time....

  • Ever wonder how credit-repair companies make money?

    Life is seldom simple. We make choices. Sometimes they lead to good results, other times not. Whether that means getting buried under credit card debt or taxed by a business idea turned sour, the financial repercussions of a decision...

  • If you have filed for bankruptcy once can you file a second time?

    Bankruptcy is meant as a second chance for Tennesseans who find themselves in a financial struggle, whether because of runaway medical bills, a business venture gone awry or some other cause. But sometimes a second chance is not enough....

  • Many bear the tremendous burden of medical debt

    Despite your health insurance coverage, you are still grappling with unpaid medical bills. If you are like many in Tennessee, you took a second or even third job to try to pay down the debt. It hasn't helped. No matter...

  • Is credit counseling required before filing for bankruptcy?

    When Tennesseans think about bankruptcy they often focus on the end point: the discharge of their debt. Bankruptcy can result from any number of debt types including medical debt, credit card debt or some other type of debt. But...

Mark T. Young & Associates

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  • Comparing Chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcy

    Many Tennesseans realize that filing for bankruptcy is an option when their debt gets too tough to manage. But less Tennesseans know that there are different versions of bankruptcy that may come into play. Those options are Chapter 7...

  • What must Tennesseans do when filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy?

    Debt can be a powerful tool. Indeed, many Tennesseans successfully leverage debt to buy homes, build businesses and live the American dream. But debt can also trap those who accumulate too much or simply have bad luck at the...

  • How does the homestead exemption work in bankruptcy?

    Although 844,495 bankruptcy cases were filed in 2015, financial experts see that number as a sign of hope that the economy is showing signs of recovery. It's lower than the 936,795 cases filed in 2014, and much lower than 2005,...

Mark T. Young & Associates

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Generated 7 months ago

Mark T. Young & Associates

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