About

Andrea Woroch is a nationally-recognized consumer and money saving expert, writer and TV personality who is passionate about helping Americans find simple solutions to common financial woes while influencing healthier spending and saving habits. She covers the gamut from everyday purchases like grocery savings to major financial issues including mortgages, healthcare costs, debt and much more.

As a sought-after media source on all things 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, People, Reader’s Digest, Cosmopolitan, Real Simple, Better Homes & Gardens, Woman’s Day, Family Circle, Redbook, Parenting, Shape, HGTV Magazine, ConsumerReports, Kiplinger, New York Daily News, Yahoo!, AOL Daily Finance, Huffington Post, LearnVest and many more.

When not analyzing financial trends or helping people save money, you’ll find Andrea mountain biking, skiing or cuddling with her husband and adorable dog, 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 media interviews.

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 Twitter and Facebook for daily savings tips & personal finance advice.

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