Uplift is a Simple Interest Loan.

What is the difference between a Simple Interest Loan and a Compound Interest Loan?

Simple Interest: Interest that is paid only on the principal of a loan, and not on any interest from previous periods of the loan.

Compound Interest: Interest that is paid not only on the principal of a loan or deposit but also on the accumulated interest from previous periods of the loan or deposit.

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