April 13, 2017 Episode #3 The Accounting Political Party (APP), What do Paul & David Stand For? April 13, 2017/ David Boyar Our most fun episode yet. If Paul and David outline their policy platforms if they run for the head of a fictitious Accountants Political Party. CAANZ Regional Manager Dunacn Pittard gets put through the pressure of the 5 in 5 and the boys take to the AFR for a mis leading article about accountants not being a trusted adviser.Welcome - 0:00BOG - Paul - (1:37) Receipt Bank new feature, in app client messaging. https://www.receipt-bank.com/accountants-and-bookkeepersBOG - David - (3:00) New eBook from Freedom Accounting System. https://freedomaccountingsystem.com/secretsaucepublicBOG - Paul - (5:26) CAANZ Checklist for businesses that suffer through a disaster. https://www.charteredaccountantsanz.com/news-and-analysis/news/ca-checklist-for-small-businesses-impacted-by-cyclone-debbie-and-floodingWOG - David - (8:00) Westpac bank says it's a startup business. http://www.zdnet.com/article/westpac-considers-itself-australias-oldest-startup/WOG - Paul - (9:57) ATO email typoMedia Watch / Fake News - (12:04) AFR article about Accountants being the trusted advisor to businesses. http://www.afr.com/business/accounting/majority-of-small-business-owners-dont-see-accountants-lawyers-as-trusted-advisers-20170403-gvccey5 in 5 #1 - (20:22) Duncan Pittard, Regional Manager CAANZ. https://www.linkedin.com/in/duncan-pittard-55150b1a/In-depth topic - (26:36) If Accountants had a political party, then David and Paul would have the following pitch to win your vote as president.