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Andrea Woroch, Consumer and Money Saving Expert

Ever notice that women’s products sometimes costs more than mens? From shaving cream to haircuts, to even home loans, women sometimes face bigger price tags. And I will be the first to admit that I have experienced this.

Our guest today is working vigilantly to educate and combat what she calls “The Pink Tax” and gender price discrimination. Andrea Woroch is a nationally recognized consumer and money saving expert who regularly contributes to leading national and regional news stories. She’s appeared on NBC, CNN, Fox and Friends, and ABC News with Dianne Sawyer, among others. She’s been in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Money Magazine, and Kiplinger. When Andrea isn’t sharing money saving strategies in front of the camera, she’s busy behind the scenes writing about it.

Three takeaways from our interview:

  • The truth about the “Pink Tax” and gender pricing as she sees it.
  • How for Andrea buying real estate in Florida ended up being her So Money Moment.
  • How she dug herself out of some $10,000 in debt during college – credit card debt.

If you’d like to learn more about Andrea Woroch, visit her website www.andreaworoch.com and follow her on Twitter @AndreaWoroch.

One of my favorite quotes from the interview: “The biggest risks often times will be the biggest payoffs” – Click to Tweet

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