Students will research and create a three to five page paper comparing and contrasting simple and compound interest and the ethical issues of both. Real world examples should be utilized to make valid points when necessary. You are welcome to include your personal experiences with simple and compound interest in your paper. Discuss how your personal experiences with interest impacted you and others.
Be sure your paper follows the American Psychological Association, APA format, include a title page with your name, in-text citations, and a reference page with at least three references in the APA format. Lastly, your paper must have an introduction paragraph and a conclusion paragraph. The Writing Assessment is worth 100 points. Please do not include an abstract with your paper!