Jennifer Litwin
Jennifer Litwin
Lifestyle Reporter


No Couch Potato
— US News & World Report
“An undercover agent’s guide to furniture shopping.”
USA Today
Jennifer Litwin’s consumer expertise is top notch. She is intelligent, funny, and very natural. She puts viewers at ease with her knowledge of all things consumer. The amount of energy and time she puts into each segment makes my job much easier. Without question, her passion is teaching viewers consumer values and how to save & make money!
— Kelly Jordan, Producer- Twin Cities Live

Litwin has done a great service for the American consumer.
— The National Enquirer

An excellent guide to …the most puzzling and intimidating areas of consumerism…
— The Miami Herald

Consumers Digest
When it comes to shopping….Jennifer Litwin is a great person to have on your side, made her an ideal expert for the readers of Consumers Digest.
— Consumers Digest

Random House, INC
Have you ever seen someone so focused? She really knows what she is doing, and she is pretty charismatic.
— Random House, INC.
The Boston Globe
Litwin is cheerful, engaging, and does not lack for confidence on her fast-paced surveillance missions.
— The Boston Globe

San Francisco Chronicle
A slim but spirited volume called “Furniture Hot Spots” awards chairs of distinction. She relates her often outrageous experiences and adds insider information.
— San Francisco Chronicle

The Smart Women Survival Guide

Smart Woman TV

From city to city, one store to the next, she goes undercover to find the best quality at the best prices…
— The Smart Woman Survival Guide

The Dallas Morning News
Jennifer Litwin, Author of Best Furniture Buying Tips Ever” was singing my song…

Cluster Busters With Style

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— Reader's Digest

Business Week

Books That Matter

We asked entrepreneurs which books were most influential in helping them build their companies. The result: Our summer reading list.
— Business Week


How to get the best deal for your home

Big-box stores can have lower prices; independents might be more willing to haggle. Both will make big claims about comfort and style. The verdict on bedding, couches and rugs.
— Money