When she was 25, Elizabeth Bryan fell “wildly in love” with a famous — and wealthy — comedian.
“He waved a magic wand” she says, “and my life went from working in an art gallery in New York to flying around the world first class, hot air balloons in Italy, yachts in Greece, this unbelievable, incredible life.” Like many women, she was fine with that arrangement. But it would cost her dearly. When they divorced she learned they were $4 million in debt
She had learned a painful lesson — “a man is not a financial plan,” the motto of WIFE, the nonprofit Women’s Institute for Financial Education. Read Full Article