By Marcie Geffner - Bankrate.com
Entry-level jobs and piles of student loan debt can make saving and investing a struggle for many young adults. But it's still smart to start early in life -- even in a small way -- to develop the habits of saving and investing wisely.
Saving is simple, says Kent Grealish, an hourly rate investment planner with Grealish Investment Counseling in San Bruno, California.
Of course, simple doesn't mean easy.
"It's not rocket science, but it is really difficult once you're working and have been spending your paycheck to save, because you spend whatever comes in," Grealish says.