Number of pages does not matter. Just a couple of paragraphs for each section.
- Create sections for your paper and create a title for each section.
- Identify the problem/issue/concept of your topic. In other words, what overall issue(s) are addressed in the resources you read about your topic? Include information about why itâ€™s important to study this topic.
- Delineate the problem/issue/concept. In other words, say more about the topic (for example, cite statistics about the topic and who it affects and why). What do other people say about your topic
Section 1: Amount of debt college students fall into due to spending more beyond their income.
section 2: college students risky money management can impact several other significant areas of life, such as physical and mental health and academic performance.
Section 3: Students not using passive income such savings, investments, and retirements.