E90 – 90: Money Confidence with Elizabeth Hand


By 2030, women will control 2/3rds of our nation’s wealth. Yet, we don’t talk openly about money, our desire to make more money or how we can create financial security for ourselves. So how can we fix this? Today’s guest, Elizabeth Hand, is a Certified Financial Planner who helps women gain confidence and clarity around their money decisions. She chats with Erin and Rachel all about the right steps you can take to make the best money decisions for YOU!

You’ll hear more about:

  • Why the conversation about money needs to be different with women
  • The #1 key to women having success with money
  • Elizabeth’s top tips for managing your finances
  • Small financial tweaks you can make today for financial security
  • Two big things that are musts for long term growth and success
  • What to look for in a financial advisor
  • The confidence you have when know your money
  • One big issue women of the baby boomer generation have had to deal with
  • Framing conversations so that you are able to connect to other women of different backgrounds
  • And so much more!

Let’s take a listen!


LinkedIn: Elizabeth Hand

Elizabeth FB Group: Pleasant Financial Conversations

Elizabeth’s Youtube Channel: Pleasant Financial Conversations

Erin’s Instagram: @erin_travelsforlife

Rachel’s Instagram: @iamrachelbrooks

The Confident Woman Podcast Instagram: @theconfidentwomanpodcast


  • “I think women can be really really good at making money, but managing money and earning money are like two different beasts.” – Erin
  • “I do think there are ways that we can make small tweaks in our lives now.” – Elizabeth
  • “Maybe sometimes take a little bit of trickle for yourself. Save it for retirement. Getting that early. You just set yourself up for so much more success.”  – Elizabeth
  • “We have a way of commenting about the way that people spend their money that can be really negative.” – Elizabeth
  • “The conversations I was having this year after the economy tanked was hey let’s sit on our hands.” – Elizabeth