- Free small business tools for clients just starting out: Free QuickBooks Simple Start, free Intuit Websites Starter Package, six months of free Intuit Online Payroll, free incorporation services, and free QuickBooks Cash Register Plus download. These offers are also part of Intuit’s “Small Business United” initiative, which is being announced in conjunction with the accountant-focused Power to Get More Done.
- Discounts up to 60 percent on accounting, payroll, credit card processing and mid-market offerings for established clients: Substantial discounts on QuickBooks Pro 2009, QuickBooks Enhanced Payroll, QuickBooks Assisted Payroll, QuickBooks Merchant Services, and QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions are offered throughout tax season.
“For my clients and my firm, it’s critical to cut expenses and maintain productivity,” said Dawn Brolin of Premier Business Services, P.C., in East Lyme, Conn. “These discounts and offerings provide the kind of support we need in a tough economy and will allow me to continue to provide first-rate help to my clients.”
Brad Smith, president and chief executive officer of Intuit, said, “It is our time to further help out and make an added difference. For the past two decades, we have supported small businesses – the backbone of our economy – and the accounting professionals who are of paramount importance to the success of businesses. We are in a unique position to help accountants increase productivity, offer some of our best-selling software solutions for free, and provide stimulus grants for the accounting profession.”
The Power to Get More Done initiative is just one example of Intuit’s
company-wide focus on helping its customers save and make money. While this
benefit is particularly relevant in today’s environment, it has and always
will be Intuit’s hallmark as it continues to deliver innovative products
and services for its customers.