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This study aims to test and describe how significant the influence of the interaction of differences in pocket money and lifestyle is on the financial management of 2019-2020 Economics Education Students at the University of Jambi. The research was conducted at the Teaching and Education Faculty, Jambi University, April-May 2023 by distributing a research questionnaire. This study uses an approach with a quantitative descriptive research type with the classical assumption test method with analysis Two Way Anova to look for differences and influences between variables, the F test, the marginal average test and the coefficient of determination. The results show that there is a significant difference between pocket money and lifestyle on the financial management of 2019-2020 Economics Education Students. The results show significance (0.005 <0.05) with Fcount > Ftable (3.946 > 3.07). The coefficient of determination (R) is 0.561 or 56%, or the meaning of this value indicates that 56% of financial management is influenced by pocket money and lifestyle and the remaining 44% is influenced by other independent variables not examined.