Applying for uni, but worrying about how far the pennies in your pocket will stretch? Maybe you fancy the idea of an apprenticeship or further study, and want to be a little more financially independent? It can be a scary prospect and you're not alone, finances are a concern for many young people.
The Times have has compiled a list of some of the top budgeting apps on the market right now. Check them out if you need a little guidance when it comes to how much you can really spend on that inflatable crocodile you absolutely need for your "new" kitchen in halls.
There's also a few apps approved by Money Saving Expert's Martin Lewis in there too, so you know you're in good hands.
Trust us, everyone from your parents to your pals will be blown away by your newfound money-managing prowess. The best part? These apps are all free.
With anything when it comes to money, be careful and be sure to do your research. Although these are all recommended apps, they have not been thoroughly tested by Push, and therefore we can't take responsibility for them.
This section will not be visible in live published website. Below are your current settings:
Current Number Of Columns are = 2
Expand Posts Area =
Gap/Space Between Posts = 15px
Blog Post Style = card
Use of custom card colors instead of default colors =
Blog Post Card Background Color = current color
Blog Post Card Shadow Color = current color
Blog Post Card Border Color = current color
Publish the website and visit your blog page to see the results
We're always interested to hear from talented young writers, so if you'd like to feature as a guest author then hit us up for more details.