• An Arm and a Leg - Tom Talcott Financial Strategies

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    published: 10 May 2017
  • Project Budget: Key Financial Metrics - Project Management Made Easy

    Staying on budget is one of the core objectives for every project. Learn how to track project health by mastering the financial metrics! FREE Project Management EBOOK for new project managers. DOWNLOAD HERE: http://www.easyprojects.net/ebook/ Don't forget to check out our Blog on project management to learn more: http://www.easyprojects.net/blog/ Video Transcript: Key Financial Metrics in Project Management So, Why do financial metrics matter? If you think that this stuff isn’t important for you because you only have internal clients (aka people who work inside your organization), think again. It’s still important that you track your costs and your budget - our two main metrics. If your team or department is over budget consistently, you may get your budget decreased or in severe ca...

    published: 19 May 2015
  • How Much Do Financial Planners Charge?

    How Much Do Financial Planners Charge? There’s a lot of confusion around how financial professionals get paid for their work. This can cause you to feel afraid to ask for help, even when you know you really need it, in fear that you will get charged an arm and a leg for a financial planner’s advice and services. So to help clear things up, here is an outline of the four main ways financial professionals are compensated. 1. They can receive a salary from the company they work for. Financial professionals can work for a financial firm that pays them a salary. The financial company makes money when you, the client, use their products or services, and from there the company pays out a salary to the professional who helped you. With this method of compensation, you don’t have to worry about t...

    published: 28 Aug 2013
  • What causes economic bubbles? - Prateek Singh

    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/what-causes-economic-bubbles-prateek-singh During the 1600’s, the exotic tulip became a nationwide sensation; some single bulbs even sold for ten times the yearly salary of a skilled craftsman. Suddenly, though, the demand completely plummeted, leaving the tulip market in a depression. What happened? Prateek Singh explains the peak of a business cycle, commonly referred to as a mania. Lesson by Prateek Singh, animation by Simon Ampel.

    published: 04 May 2015
  • Prudent Value Cars - Used Car Financing You Can Afford

    Don’t get hosed at the dealership - contact Prudent Financial today to find out about used car financing that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg: 1-888-852-7647.

    published: 08 Aug 2013
  • Growth Story #3: Born Social

    Born Social is a social media agency for challenger brands. Born Social helps brands and businesses leverage social media effectively, without costing an arm and a leg. With five specialised teams, they deliver a comprehensive product to their diverse customer base. For Born Social investing in growth put - as it does for most business - strains on cash flow. They investigated a number of different financing options. Crucially, when searching for finance it's not just about finding willing providers, but also about finding the right financial product. Growth Street was able to approve a facility within a matter of days, giving Born Social the flexibility to only borrow and pay for what they needed, when they needed it. This gave them the security and flexibility to seize new opportuniti...

    published: 05 Aug 2016
  • Creative College Financing

    Creative College Financing from Money Talks News. Like this? Watch the latest episode of Money Talks News on Blip! http://blip.tv/mtn/watch A college degree doesnapos;t need to cost an arm and a leg. See all episodes of Money Talks News http://blip.tv/mtn#EpisodeArchive Visit Money Talks News's series page http://blip.tv/mtn

    published: 17 Aug 2012
  • Real People Who Look Like Dolls

    Top 10 Most bizarre men and women who chose to look like barbie dolls. Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/9CwQhg Other Videos You Might Like 10 Women You Won't Believe Exist https://youtu.be/c5SKuiMrEHw Shocking Before And After Drug Use Photos https://youtu.be/LANc5GtFg1s Description: Back in 1997, a band named Aqua released a rather catchy (and quickly annoying) song called Barbie Girl. The song was meant as a social commentary, no doubt aimed at those who place looks over everything else. Despite it being nearly 20 years since then, the message concerning our infatuation with the superficial and the lengths some will go to in order to maintain their looks remains valid. Just look around. Magazine advertisements, the front covers of almost every magazine, television commercials a...

    published: 12 Oct 2015
  • Paying an arm and a leg for shipping?

    Funny Promo Video, Watch the awesome cheesy video by Baldy. Are you paying an arm and a leg for courier services in Australia? Visit http://CourierQuotes.com.au/shipping for more information about our online courier services.

    published: 16 Dec 2011
  • How to Gross Up Pay So That a Fringe Benefit Does Not Cost Anything

    How to Gross Up Pay So That a Fringe Benefit Does Not Cost Anything. Part of the series: Small Business Tips. A fringe benefit doesn't have to cost an arm and a leg - in fact, it doesn't have to cost anything. Learn how to gross up pay so that a fringe benefit does not cost anything with help from a business consultant and marketing expert in this free video clip. Read more: http://www.ehow.com/video_12214979_gross-up-pay-fringe-benefit-not-cost-anything.html

    published: 26 May 2015
  • StreamingFREE.TV Technology Showcase

    http://www.streamingfree.biz/bring-us-to-your-event/ Book the StreamingFree.tv Technology Showcase For Your Next Event! Learn how to broadcast effectively from the team that has changed the way ministries across the world reach their global audiences. The StreamingFree.tv Technology Showcase teaches you how to put your best foot forward, without it costing you an arm and a leg! If you are interested in booking The StreamingFree.tv Technology Showcase for your next organizational meeting, convocation, regional gathering, or more please call 1-888-801-1563 or email booking@streamingfree.tv to reserve your event dates on our calendar.

    published: 17 Oct 2011
  • American Idioms Using Body Parts | English Language: Idioms

    In this video, SOLEX teacher Doug teaches a lesson on American idioms using body parts: "off the top of my head", "talk my ear off", "on the tip of my tongue", "cost an arm and a leg", and "foot the bill". Learn English Language with SOLEX College http://www.solex.edu/en/programs. Study English in the USA! http://bit.ly/study-in-the-usa English Language and American Culture Blog http://www.solex.edu/en/blog SOLEX College on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/solex.college SOLEX College on Instagram http://www.instagram.com/solexcollege SOLEX College on LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/in/solexcollege SOLEX College on Twitter http://twitter.com/SOLEXCollege TRANSCRIPT: "Hi. My name is Doug. I’m an ESL instructor here at Solex College in sunny Chicago. Today I want to talk about Amer...

    published: 06 Jan 2016
  • IDIOMS lesson 2 'Money'

    Here is my second idioms lesson, explaining how we use 10 different idioms all connected to the theme of money. The level is upper intermediate. Here is a list of them 1) put your money where your mouth is 2) live beyond your means 3) make ends meet 4) As bent as a 9 bob note 5) the bottom line 6) bread and butter 7) break even 8) cost an arm and a leg 9) born with a silver spoon in your mouth 10) In the red / black More lessons and quizzes on my blog http://www.skype-lessons.com/blog More lessons on tenses here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTEvy6ykgl4&index=1&list=PLEHBbj8NPA2wHQqzUNe9iHpPzfnzIa-An (ELEMENTARY) and here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cXtwqFNSq9U&index=1&list=PLEHBbj8NPA2x1BDyDNbXot2ycIAqumDFf (INTERMEDIATE)

    published: 22 Aug 2013
  • Meet Caroline, Financial Accountant at ARM

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    published: 27 Feb 2017
  • Channel Guy Trader: Stock Market Technical Analysis for Ending Day 10/21/09

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  • GTA 5 Glitches - Invisible Body Parts Glitch Online - Invisible Legs & Chest Forever Glitch

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    published: 11 Mar 2014
  • Learn About Financing Furniture For Your Home

    http://luthersales.com/ - When you buy new furniture you may have to look into getting details about financing furniture. Without easy financing plans you can end up paying and arm and a leg for the stuff you buy. Financing furniture is the best way to get your hands on items you need. You can find easy financing deals from several furniture and appliance stores.

    published: 13 Nov 2012
  • Air Jordans Really Do Cost An Arm And A Leg

    Roosevelt Mitchell III (http://disabilityscholar.com/) interviews Anthony Kent (http://www.theyouthadvisor.com/) about a recent 17 year old losing his after stealing a pair of Jordans. Read more at http://ktla.com/2016/02/12/ny-teen-tries-to-steal-air-jordans-loses-arm-in-craigslist-robbery-gone-wrong/. For more information please visit www.TheYouthAdvisor.com

    published: 15 Mar 2016
  • Very useful English idioms all set pulling leg pain in the neck

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    published: 07 Apr 2015
  • Alumni Inspiration: Aaron Tan, BSc Economics and Finance - Singapore

    Aaron Tan studied for a University of London BSc Economics and Finance, with academic direction from LSE, at SIM Global Education in Singapore. He talks about how his degree prepared him for his career. He is now a Business Development Manager at Schroders. Find out more about studying for a degree with academic direction from LSE: http://www.londoninternational.ac.uk/lse

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An Arm and a Leg - Tom Talcott Financial Strategies

An Arm and a Leg - Tom Talcott Financial Strategies

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(863) 701-0341 | Thomas Talcott is a Financial Strategist in Lakeland, Florida and it is a fascinating business! My objective is to improve my client’s financial lives. We are combining the powers of science, economics, finance and technology to produce financial strategies that help provide increased wealth, cash flows, benefits and protection…..while avoiding increasing costs and risk and at the same time maintaining your current lifestyle. It is, after all, “A simple matter of economics and finance!” We define Financial Independence as “HAVING ENOUGH MONEY AT WORK, THAT YOU DON’T HAVE TO!” * The content is developed from sources believed to be providing accurate information. The information in this material is not intended as tax or legal advice. Please consult legal or tax professionals for specific information regarding your individual situation. The opinions expressed and material provided are for general information and should not be considered a solicitation for the purchase or sale of any security.
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Project Budget: Key Financial Metrics - Project Management Made Easy

Project Budget: Key Financial Metrics - Project Management Made Easy

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Staying on budget is one of the core objectives for every project. Learn how to track project health by mastering the financial metrics! FREE Project Management EBOOK for new project managers. DOWNLOAD HERE: http://www.easyprojects.net/ebook/ Don't forget to check out our Blog on project management to learn more: http://www.easyprojects.net/blog/ Video Transcript: Key Financial Metrics in Project Management So, Why do financial metrics matter? If you think that this stuff isn’t important for you because you only have internal clients (aka people who work inside your organization), think again. It’s still important that you track your costs and your budget - our two main metrics. If your team or department is over budget consistently, you may get your budget decreased or in severe cases, lose your job. We’re going to help you understand how you never have to deal with that kind of adversity. Financial metrics also matter because you want to know exactly how profitable you actually are and how you and your team stack up next to the company KPI’s. As we’ve said in our previous video’s, you really cannot manage what you can’t measure. Being able to show and prove your results display great character and work ethic. To add to that, when you know your costs and budget, you’re able to determine bottlenecks, cut fat and make the right moves to get your project moving in the right direction. BUDGET The first metric you should be concerned about is your budget. In project management, a budget is an estimation of funding and expenditure over a set period of time. A budget is always set at the beginning of the project. It encompasses time estimates and all other predicted expenses involved in getting the project going. This is the number we aim to not exceed. How is budget calculated? Calculating budget is not rocket science - here’s the equation. Internal Costs + Expenses = Budget Internal costs include things like salary and expenses would include anything extra such as hiring a contractor or buying more software licenses etc. For example, let’s look at the budget for us to make this video. We have my salary,the salary of our camera guy and the salary of our video editor. In this case salary is calculated as an hourly rate times the number of hours each person is going to spend working on this project. Project expenses would include things things like, lighting, lavalier microphone, make-up etc. These are all things that would go into the budget. Actual Internal Costs Next we’ll talk about Actual Internal Costs(AIC). AIC’s are very similar to the budget, except that they are dynamic. It starts at zero in the beginning of your project and increases as your project goes along. AIC’s should be measured often and compared against the budget so any potential risks of going overboard are mitigated before they erupt. This could happen if you made unrealistic time estimations about your project or maybe you’ve gone on a shopping spree and are spending money like it’s Christmas. If you’ve got a contractor that's charging you an arm and a leg and it's hurting your budget, it's time to bring out the axe, cut the contractor and move the work back in-house. Whatever the case, you’ll be able to get a handle on everything if you keep AIC’s in mind. So how do you make sure you’re on the right track? Simple - plug in this formula. Budget - Internal Costs = Cost Variance Your cost variance shows you how you stack up against your initial budget prediction. PROJECT BILLING Next, let’s take a look at project billing. If you run a consulting or marketing agency or any business where you are billing clients, project billing represents the the amount that you charge the client. Depending on how whether you use time & material or fixed cost billing, you might be using different methods to calculate your total billing amount: Once you know your billing, it’s easy to calculate your profit: Billing - Internal Costs Keeping an eye on your most important financial metrics will help you become a better and more in demand project manager. Why? Because your track record will be, as Beyonce would say, flawless. Take the plunge and apply some of these metrics to you current projects and see how well your projects are really doing. Check out our blog for a downloadable PDF/ Awesome cheat sheet of important metrics. www.easyprojects.net/blog
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How Much Do Financial Planners Charge?

How Much Do Financial Planners Charge?

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How Much Do Financial Planners Charge? There’s a lot of confusion around how financial professionals get paid for their work. This can cause you to feel afraid to ask for help, even when you know you really need it, in fear that you will get charged an arm and a leg for a financial planner’s advice and services. So to help clear things up, here is an outline of the four main ways financial professionals are compensated. 1. They can receive a salary from the company they work for. Financial professionals can work for a financial firm that pays them a salary. The financial company makes money when you, the client, use their products or services, and from there the company pays out a salary to the professional who helped you. With this method of compensation, you don’t have to worry about the financial professional pushing one product over another to receive a higher commission payout. 2. They can receive commissions from the company they represent. This is usually the most common method when it comes to investment and insurance companies, as most of the financial professionals selling these products will receive a commission from the company once they sell a product to you. With this method, you want to make sure you find a professional who will always act in your best interest and not be swayed by one product due to its higher commission payout. 3. They charge a percentage for assets under management. Most financial professionals who specialize in wealth management work on this fee model. They charge the client a percentage of the total assets they manage--for example, 1%--and that fee is usually deducted from the account itself every month, quarter or year. With this method, your financial advisor may offer advice on the account investments and/or other areas of your financial life, too. 4. They charge flat fees or hourly fees. You can pay a financial planner an hourly fee for advice on things like budgeting, saving for goals like your cash cushion or retirement, analyzing your insurance needs, etc. Sometimes a financial professional will charge you a flat fee for their services to cover all those areas for a specific period of time. This method is great for individuals who want more holistic financial advice and may not have accumulated a sizeable portfolio yet. Of course, with any fee model, it makes sense to find someone who you feel comfortable with, and who can help you with unbiased, objective advice, regardless of how he or she is compensated. Become a Financially Wise Woman in 6-weeks by enrolling in my Money Class-http://www.fwwmoneyclass.com/ If you enjoyed this Financially Wise video, make sure to subscribe to get your free Financially Wise Toolkit at http://www.financiallywisewomen.com/ LET'S CONNECT MORE! ♥SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL♥ http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=brittneycastro ♥ LIKE US ON FACEBOOK ♥ https://www.facebook.com/financiallywisewomen ♥ FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM ♥ http://instagram.com/brittneycastro ♥ FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER ♥ https://twitter.com/brittneycastro
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What causes economic bubbles? - Prateek Singh

What causes economic bubbles? - Prateek Singh

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View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/what-causes-economic-bubbles-prateek-singh During the 1600’s, the exotic tulip became a nationwide sensation; some single bulbs even sold for ten times the yearly salary of a skilled craftsman. Suddenly, though, the demand completely plummeted, leaving the tulip market in a depression. What happened? Prateek Singh explains the peak of a business cycle, commonly referred to as a mania. Lesson by Prateek Singh, animation by Simon Ampel.
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Prudent Value Cars - Used Car Financing You Can Afford

Prudent Value Cars - Used Car Financing You Can Afford

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Don’t get hosed at the dealership - contact Prudent Financial today to find out about used car financing that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg: 1-888-852-7647.
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Growth Story #3: Born Social

Growth Story #3: Born Social

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Born Social is a social media agency for challenger brands. Born Social helps brands and businesses leverage social media effectively, without costing an arm and a leg. With five specialised teams, they deliver a comprehensive product to their diverse customer base. For Born Social investing in growth put - as it does for most business - strains on cash flow. They investigated a number of different financing options. Crucially, when searching for finance it's not just about finding willing providers, but also about finding the right financial product. Growth Street was able to approve a facility within a matter of days, giving Born Social the flexibility to only borrow and pay for what they needed, when they needed it. This gave them the security and flexibility to seize new opportunities and grow with confidence. Read more at https://www.growthstreet.co.uk/
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Creative College Financing

Creative College Financing

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Creative College Financing from Money Talks News. Like this? Watch the latest episode of Money Talks News on Blip! http://blip.tv/mtn/watch A college degree doesnapos;t need to cost an arm and a leg. See all episodes of Money Talks News http://blip.tv/mtn#EpisodeArchive Visit Money Talks News's series page http://blip.tv/mtn
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Real People Who Look Like Dolls

Real People Who Look Like Dolls

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Top 10 Most bizarre men and women who chose to look like barbie dolls. Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/9CwQhg Other Videos You Might Like 10 Women You Won't Believe Exist https://youtu.be/c5SKuiMrEHw Shocking Before And After Drug Use Photos https://youtu.be/LANc5GtFg1s Description: Back in 1997, a band named Aqua released a rather catchy (and quickly annoying) song called Barbie Girl. The song was meant as a social commentary, no doubt aimed at those who place looks over everything else. Despite it being nearly 20 years since then, the message concerning our infatuation with the superficial and the lengths some will go to in order to maintain their looks remains valid. Just look around. Magazine advertisements, the front covers of almost every magazine, television commercials and in-store advertisements are mostly built on sex and looks. Even video games aren’t immune to it with female characters all possessing massive breasts, perfect skin and rather skimpy outfits. The guys aren’t any better with their muscle definition and builds that only massive amounts of steroids and reconstructive surgery could come close to producing. You might be sitting there shaking your head at such imagery and maybe you even mock it with your friends – but you are in the minority. Such images and adverts exists because enough people buy into it that it’s a money maker. Girls and women are targeted by makeup and fashion designers and shown how they should dress and what they should look like. Often this is sexy, provocative and youthful. Guys, you aren’t immune either. Images promoting masculinity with expensive tastes push men to look a certain way. It’s all enough to drive many of us crazy sometimes. For others, it’s the way to go as they dress up like some sort of real life Ken or Barbie doll. For an even smaller minority, just dressing up like a doll isn’t enough. These people need to push the limits of finance, surgery and sanity in order to make themselves appear as though they are actually a doll. Major facial reconstruction surgery, massive breast implants, liposuction, pectoral, butt, arm and leg implants – these are just a few procedures some people go to in order to make themselves look like a doll. In this strange world, there isn’t a single wrinkle, vein or shadow. Facial features are exaggerated while the skin is made to look more plastic than real. Body lines are also exaggerated in a way that could never be natural, unless you were a doll. Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheRichest.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRichest_Com Instagram: http://instagram.com/therichest Featuring: Dakota Rose Venus Palermo Charlotte Hothman Rodrigo Alves Alodia Gosiengfiao Wang Jai Yun Alina Kovalevskaya Lolita Richi Justin Jedlica Valeria Lukyanova For more videos and articles visit: http://www.therichest.com/ TheRichest is the world's leading source of shocking and intriguing content surrounding celebrities, money, global events, society, pop culture, sports and much more. We create high quality top 10 and top 5 list based videos filled with mind blowing interesting and entertaining facts you are going to love and enjoy. Currently updating every day!
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Paying an arm and a leg for shipping?

Paying an arm and a leg for shipping?

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Funny Promo Video, Watch the awesome cheesy video by Baldy. Are you paying an arm and a leg for courier services in Australia? Visit http://CourierQuotes.com.au/shipping for more information about our online courier services.
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How to Gross Up Pay So That a Fringe Benefit Does Not Cost Anything

How to Gross Up Pay So That a Fringe Benefit Does Not Cost Anything

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How to Gross Up Pay So That a Fringe Benefit Does Not Cost Anything. Part of the series: Small Business Tips. A fringe benefit doesn't have to cost an arm and a leg - in fact, it doesn't have to cost anything. Learn how to gross up pay so that a fringe benefit does not cost anything with help from a business consultant and marketing expert in this free video clip. Read more: http://www.ehow.com/video_12214979_gross-up-pay-fringe-benefit-not-cost-anything.html
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StreamingFREE.TV Technology Showcase

StreamingFREE.TV Technology Showcase

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http://www.streamingfree.biz/bring-us-to-your-event/ Book the StreamingFree.tv Technology Showcase For Your Next Event! Learn how to broadcast effectively from the team that has changed the way ministries across the world reach their global audiences. The StreamingFree.tv Technology Showcase teaches you how to put your best foot forward, without it costing you an arm and a leg! If you are interested in booking The StreamingFree.tv Technology Showcase for your next organizational meeting, convocation, regional gathering, or more please call 1-888-801-1563 or email booking@streamingfree.tv to reserve your event dates on our calendar.
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American Idioms Using Body Parts | English Language: Idioms

American Idioms Using Body Parts | English Language: Idioms

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In this video, SOLEX teacher Doug teaches a lesson on American idioms using body parts: "off the top of my head", "talk my ear off", "on the tip of my tongue", "cost an arm and a leg", and "foot the bill". Learn English Language with SOLEX College http://www.solex.edu/en/programs. Study English in the USA! http://bit.ly/study-in-the-usa English Language and American Culture Blog http://www.solex.edu/en/blog SOLEX College on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/solex.college SOLEX College on Instagram http://www.instagram.com/solexcollege SOLEX College on LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/in/solexcollege SOLEX College on Twitter http://twitter.com/SOLEXCollege TRANSCRIPT: "Hi. My name is Doug. I’m an ESL instructor here at Solex College in sunny Chicago. Today I want to talk about American idioms using body parts. I’ve got five of them today that I want to tell you about. The first one is off the top of my head. The next one: talk my ear off. The third one is on the tip of my tongue. The fourth one is cost an arm and a leg and the last one is foot the bill. You probably know these body parts, you know what these words mean but the way that we use them can have a very different meaning. That’s why they’re idioms. Let’s look at some examples. For the first one, off the top of my head, it doesn’t mean anything is actually coming off the top of your head. We use this to mean, I’m thinking of this right now. I’m guessing. I’m making an estimate. So, for example, if someone asked me, how many students go to Solex? I might say, I’m not sure, but off the top of my head, I would say 200. I don’t know exactly, but I’m guessing. That’s off the top of my head. The second one is talk my ear off. This means someone is talking too much, they’re talking to you too long, they’ve talked so long your ear is falling off it’s so tired. For example, if you were late meeting a friend, you could say I’m sorry I’m late. My brother called me and he talked my ear off. He talked for 30 minutes. He would not shut up. He talked my ear off. The third example is on the tip of my tongue. We use this to mean you’re about to remember a name or a word and you’re really close but you can’t quite say it. You know part of it. Ah, what’s that teacher’s name? Paul? Pete? No, no, no, Patrick! Yes, Patrick. It was on the tip of my tongue. That’s his name. The fourth example is cost an arm and a leg. We use this to mean something is very, very expensive. It’s so expensive you have to pay with an arm and a leg. Not really. There’s actually a story behind this one. A long time ago, before everyone had a digital camera or phones to take pictures with, people had to have their pictures painted by an artist. It was very expensive. You had to sit there while they painted a picture of you. So normally people just paid to have themselves painted from the chest up, just their head. If you had a lot of money, you could afford to have someone paint your whole body. They would paint your arm and your leg. It was very expensive. So, in those days, if something cost more than normal, people would say it’s going to cost an arm and a leg. It’s going to cost you more than normal. The last one is also connected to money. Foot the bill. We use this to mean you have to pay for something. Maybe other people were involved in it, like a party or a restaurant, but whoever pays for everything, we say they foot the bill. It’s a phrase we use because foot can mean the bottom of something. So when you look at the bottom of the bill, the final amount, the person who’s paying that is footing the bill. So these are five examples of idioms we use using body parts. I hope you enjoyed them. Don’t forget to subscribe and like us, down here on YouTube. Thank you." Our English language teachers will be happy to answer any questions about English Language and American Culture here http://www.facebook.com/groups/eslexperts Do you need more FREE English language classes? Check out all our videos here http://www.solex.edu/en/programs/intensive-english-program/free-video-lessons/
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IDIOMS lesson 2 'Money'

IDIOMS lesson 2 'Money'

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Here is my second idioms lesson, explaining how we use 10 different idioms all connected to the theme of money. The level is upper intermediate. Here is a list of them 1) put your money where your mouth is 2) live beyond your means 3) make ends meet 4) As bent as a 9 bob note 5) the bottom line 6) bread and butter 7) break even 8) cost an arm and a leg 9) born with a silver spoon in your mouth 10) In the red / black More lessons and quizzes on my blog http://www.skype-lessons.com/blog More lessons on tenses here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTEvy6ykgl4&index=1&list=PLEHBbj8NPA2wHQqzUNe9iHpPzfnzIa-An (ELEMENTARY) and here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cXtwqFNSq9U&index=1&list=PLEHBbj8NPA2x1BDyDNbXot2ycIAqumDFf (INTERMEDIATE)
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Meet Caroline, Financial Accountant at ARM

Meet Caroline, Financial Accountant at ARM

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Caroline, Financial Accountant at ARM, talks about her experience working in the finance teams in our Lund offices
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Channel Guy Trader: Stock Market Technical Analysis for Ending Day 10/21/09

Channel Guy Trader: Stock Market Technical Analysis for Ending Day 10/21/09

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GTA 5 Glitches - Invisible Body Parts Glitch Online - Invisible Legs & Chest Forever Glitch

GTA 5 Glitches - Invisible Body Parts Glitch Online - Invisible Legs & Chest Forever Glitch

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Invisible Car & Invisible Player Glitch Online! Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ChaoticRavenger Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChaoticRavenger
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Learn About Financing Furniture For Your Home

Learn About Financing Furniture For Your Home

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http://luthersales.com/ - When you buy new furniture you may have to look into getting details about financing furniture. Without easy financing plans you can end up paying and arm and a leg for the stuff you buy. Financing furniture is the best way to get your hands on items you need. You can find easy financing deals from several furniture and appliance stores.
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Air Jordans Really Do Cost An Arm And A Leg

Air Jordans Really Do Cost An Arm And A Leg

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Roosevelt Mitchell III (http://disabilityscholar.com/) interviews Anthony Kent (http://www.theyouthadvisor.com/) about a recent 17 year old losing his after stealing a pair of Jordans. Read more at http://ktla.com/2016/02/12/ny-teen-tries-to-steal-air-jordans-loses-arm-in-craigslist-robbery-gone-wrong/. For more information please visit www.TheYouthAdvisor.com
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Very useful English idioms all set pulling leg pain in the neck

Very useful English idioms all set pulling leg pain in the neck

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http://www.teachuall.com http://teachenglishuall.blogspot.com http://blog.naver.com/teachuall https://twitter.com/Teachuall_com https://www.facebook.com/pages/Teach-U-All/1491792571098497 English idioms All set ? ( are you ready ?) Are you pulling my leg ? Pain in the neck Today we would like to teach you how to English idioms such as All set ? Are you pulling my leg ? Pan in the neck English subtitles Hello, welcome back to another Idioms video. My name’s Thomas and today we’re going to take a look at the idiom or phrase, “All set?” Okay, “All Set.” What does, “All set,” mean? All set, is a short way of saying, “Are you ready?” Most native speakers use it, but I don’t hear it much when I’m talking to people who have learned ESL. So, they obviously, always will say, “Are you ready?” But most native speakers, know it as, “All set?” We know it means this, but it’s much shorter than this, so usually we prefer to say this when we talk to each other. This is an example that I have. Okay. So we have two speakers. Person A is: All set John? Right. And Person B is: Yes, I’m all set. Okay, meaning, are you ready. Okay, so all set can be in a question and it also can be in a sentence or statement. Right. Answering back. Okay, and that’s our idiom, “All Set.” Our next idiom is going to be, are you pulling my leg? Right, are you pulling my leg doesn’t mean that someone is going to pull your leg. What it is asking is, is asking someone are they serious about something. Okay, or they are saying to someone, you must be kidding, or that’s unbelievable. Okay, that’s what it means. Okay, when you use this phrase, leg is always singular. You cannot add an “s” to this. Then, it would be wrong. Okay, so always remember that leg is always singular. Okay, let’s go into our example. Alright, so we have a situation. John says, I’m going to ask your sister out. Eric’s reply, “Are you pulling my leg?” Okay, so in this case, right, John likes Eric’s sister, obviously. What would you do if somebody asked out your sister? Our last idiom is, “Pain in the neck.” When you have a pain in the neck, right, they usually last for a while. It’s really annoying and it hurts. It doesn’t go away fast. Right? A pain in the neck used as an idiom or expression means something or someone that is very annoying, disagreeable, they’re not very Cooperative. It’s hard to get along with these kind of people who are a pain in a neck. Or if it’s something, maybe a computer program even can be a pain in the neck, annoying if it’s hard to use. So in my example, right, we have Alice and Alex. Alice is possibly Alex’s girlfriend or wife. Maybe they want to go out that night and meet some friends. So, she says to Alex, “Can you help me clean the dishes, so we can leave faster?” Alex says, “No, you do it.” Alice says, “Why are you such a pain in the neck?” Okay, she’s saying why do you have to be so difficult and annoying. Why do you have to make a hard time? Right, if they work together, they can finish faster. And that’s our last idiom, “Pain in the neck.” Thanks for watching our video today. If you look over here you can subscribe. And over here you can watch more of our videos. See ya next time! How to speak English fluently with native English speakers Free English lesson , Free English , Spoken English , English idioms , English grammar , English grammer , English pattern , English accent , English sentences, American accent , American English , British Accent , British English , Fun English , Easy English , Everyday idioms Everyday English , English vocabulary , Everyday vocabulary
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Alumni Inspiration: Aaron Tan, BSc Economics and Finance - Singapore

Alumni Inspiration: Aaron Tan, BSc Economics and Finance - Singapore

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Aaron Tan studied for a University of London BSc Economics and Finance, with academic direction from LSE, at SIM Global Education in Singapore. He talks about how his degree prepared him for his career. He is now a Business Development Manager at Schroders. Find out more about studying for a degree with academic direction from LSE: http://www.londoninternational.ac.uk/lse
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**Random VSG** : Finance, Weightloss, & More

**Random VSG** : Finance, Weightloss, & More

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From 315lb to 308.3lbs!!!!, Insurance just charged me a arm and a leg, and more!
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How Do I Choose A Financial Planner?

How Do I Choose A Financial Planner?

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While you definitely want to find a financial planner who is credible, professional and competent, there are also some other key characteristics to look for when thinking about who you’ll work with. Here are five of them. 1. Work with a Certified Financial Planner. A CFP professional is someone who has passed the comprehensive CFP® Certification Examination, passed the CFP Board's Fitness Standards for Candidates and Registrants and has agreed to abide by the CFP Board's Code of Ethics and Professional Responsibility and Rules of Conduct. According to the CFP Board website, there are 70,051 CFP® Certificants in the United States1, which is about 31% of all financial advisors.2 Since there are many ways CFPs work, it makes sense to meet with a few different ones to find the best fit for you. 2. Work with someone who has experience with your specific needs and challenges. Make sure you find a financial professional who has experience working with someone like you. The financial world is very complex, and every financial planner has a different specialty or approach to financial planning and money management. Take the time to find someone who understands your unique needs and challenges. For example, someone who is newly married and merging finances for the first time will have different priorities than someone who is ready to retire and in need of a retirement income strategy. Do your best to find someone who specializes in the specific life stage you’re currently in. 3. Work with someone who has a clear client relationship process. This will ensure that you’re getting the advice and service you deserve as a client. Ask your financial planner to articulate what you can expect when working with him or her—for example, how many times will you meet? Can you email and call them with questions you have regarding your financial plan or accounts? By getting this information upfront, you can make the most out of the relationship you have with your professional and make sure you receive all the benefits of working with him or her. 4. Work with someone who can clearly articulate how they charge for their services. So many people are afraid of hiring a financial professional because they’re afraid they’ll be charged an arm and a leg for the services. Since there are many ways in which financial planners get paid, be clear about what you feel most comfortable with and find someone within that fee model. For example, some planners get commission for products they sell you, some charge a percentage or flat fee based on the assets they manage for you and some charge hourly for their advice. Remember, financial planners are professionals and deserve to get paid for their services, but you still have to feel comfortable with how they do so. 5. Work with someone who can communicate effectively with you. I’ve heard so many stories about how people have worked with a financial professional in the past but have felt afraid to ask questions about their finances in fear they will be scolded or talked down to. This is crazy! A financial planner should educate you and empower you to make smart decisions about your finances, and you should never feel afraid to ask your financial planner questions about your money. Not everyone in the financial industry communicates the same way, so take time to find someone who can break down the complex financial world in a way you understand. It may be harder to find these individuals, but they’re out there, so don’t ever settle for someone who doesn’t empower you in your financial life. For more tips and tools to help you find the best financial planner for you, check out the CFP Board’s website at www.cfpboard.net and download the list of questions you can ask when meeting with different financial planners. You can also use the CFP Board’s search engine to help you find a CFP based on your requirements. And of course, make sure you continue to educate yourself about money and how best to work with a financial planner, as you deserve to understand how your money works and use it to live a life you love. Source: 1.http://www.cfp.net/news-events/research-facts-figures/cfp-professional-demographics 2.http://www.bls.gov/ooh/business-and-financial/personal-financial-advisors.htm LET'S CONNECT MORE! ♥SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL♥ http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=brittneycastro ♥ LIKE US ON FACEBOOK ♥ https://www.facebook.com/financiallywisewomen ♥ FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM ♥ http://instagram.com/brittneycastro ♥ FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER ♥ https://twitter.com/brittneycastro
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Financial Advice in Ipswich, Queensland

Financial Advice in Ipswich, Queensland

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What if...you finally felt you were listened to, and not felt like you were being sold something? What if...you found a financial adviser that enjoys their job - because they get personal satisfaction from helping you achieve your dreams? What if...your first appointment didn't cost a thing, and if you went forward with a financial plan, it didn't cost you an arm and a leg? Welcome to Limestone Insurance & Financial Services, where you come first. Advice you can trust, with service you deserve - and no nasty surprises. That's what we're about. We offer financial advice face-to-face in Ipswich (at our office), or home appointments in Springfield, Gatton, Browns Plains, Logan, Brisbane and Beaudesert /Jimboomba areas.
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Gourmet Dining EVERY Night…Without The “Gourmet” Prices!

Gourmet Dining EVERY Night…Without The “Gourmet” Prices!

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FREE eBook "First Steps To Wealth" Click Here to download: http://bit.ly/fstwdj161118 Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=danijohnsonvideo Everyone loves good food, right? We all enjoy a beautiful, gourmet meal. However, we don’t enjoy the gourmet price. But... what if, good food didn’t have to cost an arm and a leg?! What if you could make a few simple changes to your grocery budget – and actually be able to afford the foods you love to cook and eat?! You'll DEFINITELY want to see this episode of The Dani Johnson Show, as Dani shares her personal secrets to feeding her family gourmet meals... for less than $100 a week! As a seasoned entrepreneur, Dani Johnson has become a multi-millionaire many times over, is a best-selling author, internationally sought-after speaker and TV/radio show host. She is regularly called upon by major media outlets for her expertise in business, finance, relationships and spirituality, including guest appearances on “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” “The View,” “Fox & Friends,” “Good Morning America,” “NPR,” USA Today, Forbes, TheStreet.com, AOL Finance, “Fox Business News,” and Variety, as well as the season premiere episode of ABC’sSecret Millionaire".
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