Andrea Woroch is a nationally-recognized consumer and money-saving expert, helping consumers find simple solutions to their financial woes while influencing healthier spending and saving habits. With a finger on the pulse of American consumerism, Andrea dissects savings trends for the media, encompassing everything from retail industry insights and consumer-buying behavior to travel and groceries.

As a sought after media source and national news contributor, Andrea has traveled the country working with NBC Today, Good Morning America, CNNDr. Oz, FOX & Friends, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Kiplinger Personal Finance, Money Magazine  and many more. When Andrea isn’t talking about money in front of the camera, she is usually writing about it! Her articles have been featured on top sites like AOL’s Daily Finance, LearnVest and CNN.com.

When not analyzing consumer behavior, Andrea enjoys skiing, traveling and cuddling with her Goldendoodle, Bauer. A New York native, Andrea now calls California home but gets the best of both coasts with frequent trips to the Big Apple for business.

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TODAY Show: Generic vs. Name-Brand Cleaners

Andrea offers recommendations for generic household cleaners to keep your house sparkling without wiping out your budget.

The average American family spends on average over $600 a year on housekeeping supplies, or approximately $50 per month. Most of us gravitate toward the name-brand goods, but these products do more than clean our homes — they’re cleaning out our wallets, too!

KTLA: Save on Wedding Guest Expenses

Andrea offers advice to help wedding guests save on everything from travel to gifts during Glenn Walker’s segment.