Spruced Up: Best of PF #2

Every week, I spend hours reading other personal finance blogs.  To help you out, I’m posting a regular round-up of all the best posts from the week, so check them out!

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Now, on the the Spruced Up picks of the week:

Dave at Money in the 20s wrote about applying to MBA programs and if applying for an MBA is right for you.

Ashley at Money Talks offered some advice on budgeting for an irregular income, which is super-helpful and important with or without a steady job and income.

Kevin at Debt Eye shared some simple ideas for getting rid of debt in a few different ways, and some of the misconceptions we have that result in debt.

Justin at Money is the Root explained to beware of automating your finances for everything.  Justin automates some of his accounts, but purposely does not for others.

J.D. at Get Rich Slowly wrote about how he spends money with some great links to other helpful advice he’s shared in the past.

Robert at The College Investor hosted the Total Money Blog Carnival this week. Check out his Tax Day edition for some great posts on a wide array of topics.

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