About

Andrea Woroch is a nationally-recognized consumer and money saving expert, writer and speaker who is passionate about helping Americans find simple ways to spend less and save more without drastically changing their lifestyle. She covers the gamut from everyday purchases like grocery savings to major financial issues including healthcare, overcoming debt and much more.

As a sought-after media source on all things personal finance, Andrea has been featured on hundreds of regional and national TV shows such as Today, Good Morning America, Dr. Oz, CNN, MSNBC, ABC World News, CBS, FOX & Friends, HLN and many more. In print and online, her articles and tips have appeared in New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Money, Reader’s Digest, Cosmopolitan, Real Simple, Better Homes & Gardens, Woman’s Day, Family Circle, Redbook, Parenting, Shape, Yahoo!, AOL Daily Finance, LearnVest and more. She is also a regular monthly contributor to KTLA Morning News, US News & World Report, GOBankingRates.com and Clark.com.

Andrea is a busy mom of a one year old with another one on the way and resides in California with her husband.

To book an interview or to request an article for your website, please email Andrea at andrea [at] andreaworoch.com. Watch Andrea’s Demo Reel

Follow Andrea on InstagramTwitter and Facebook for daily savings tips & personal finance advice.

Latest

9 Ways to Save on Summer Fun for Your Kids

Scrambling to find affordable ways to keep your kids entertained all summer? Check out these tips to save on popular activities, movies and more.

Morning News Extra, CBS 8 San Diego “Save on Summer Fun”

You don’t have to break the bank to enjoy summer!  Check out Andrea’s recent segment to find out how to save on summer fun!

KTLA Morning News: Tips to Lower Moving Costs

Local moves cost consumers an average of $2,300, while out-of-state moves run approximately $4,300 on average. If you’re not sure you can afford professionals to help you out or if you need to go the DIY route, check out Andrea’s recent segment on KTLA Morning News to learn a few savvy tricks for saving on your next move.