Mortgage, Retirement and Investing Expert
Mark Henricks has reported on personal finance, investing, retirement, entrepreneurship and other topics for more than 30 years. His freelance byline has appeared on CNBC.com and in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance and other leading publications. Mark has written books including, “Not Just A Living: The Complete Guide to Creating a Business That Gives You A Life.” His favorite reporting is the kind that helps ordinary people increase their personal wealth and life satisfaction. A graduate of the University of Texas journalism program, he lives in Austin, Texas. In his spare time he enjoys reading, volunteering, performing in an acoustic music duo, whitewater kayaking, wilderness backpacking and competing in triathlons.
Posts by Mark Henricks:
Thinking of starting a business in Wisconsin? The Badger State has a highly rated education system but a relatively heavy burden of regulation compared to other states. The combination makes it an enticing but challenging place to start a business. If you’re thinking of starting a business in Wisconsin, here’s what you need to know. Read more
A decade ago Ohio ranked below average on many lists of state business climates. In recent years, however, the Buckeye State’s has risen considerably in such rankings. Still, Ohio has its share of unique regulatory, tax and other requirements for new businesses. If you’re thinking of starting a business in Ohio, here’s what you need to know. Read more
Thinking of starting a business in Michigan? Thanks to its fabled automotive industry, technology and innovation are some of its strong points. The Wolverine State also has one of the lowest costs of living in the nation. Here’s what you should know, including business licenses and tax requirements, to launch a business. Many financial advisors specialize in helping business owners with their finances. Find a local financial advisor today. Read more
When assessing the financial performance of a corporation, there are numerous useful metrics you can examine. Two of the main ones are operating income, which is profit minus operating expenses; and… Read more
Selling a business involves a lot of paperwork and a good contract. A business sale agreement is a legal document that describes and records the price and other details when a business owner sells… Read more