"They can't afford the lives they're living". "And if the music stops, they're going to get in some trouble". The reality star took a moment to mention how she thinks some of her Real Housewives of NY co-stars can't afford the kind of lifestyles they're choosing to live and feels it's going to backfire one day. That being said, Frankel made sure to share with the readers of MONEY magazine, some very important financial tips and apparently, number one is to make sure you are not in debt as much as possible when building a business.
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"You can't put yourself in a position where, if the shit hit the fan, you couldn't pay all of your bills at one time", she added. If the world came to an end, I'd be able to pay everything.
"Listen, it's always sad to see a cast member go, and you know, I don't know the real story behind it, I mean, I don't think she left, I think there was a problem...but I know that she loved to do the show so I know she didn't leave because she wanted to leave", Luann confessed. "Everybody else just had to try to play catch-up after they saw what I did", she explained about her co-stars.
In fact, Bethenny told the magazine that she once had $20,000 in credit card debt and struggled with money in general until her late thirties. "I'd be on the phone begging to get the [fees] reduced". When people clicked on it, it was revealed that the ad was targeting them because "Carole Radziwill wants to reach people interested in Bethenny Frankel".