Tag: Intuit

Xero and Intuit Duel (LOL)

Filed in Intuit QuickBooks, Xero by on July 23, 2013 0 Comments
Xero and Intuit Duel (LOL)

Do you know about the latest Xero and Intuit (Quicken, QuickBooks) duel? It was hilarious to read about teh new Xero and Intuit Duel. It made me LOL because Intuit never had competition like Xero. Intuit began in 1983. It soon dominated the home and small business accounting program market, with up to 95% market shares. […]

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Intuit and Xero Duel (LOL)

Intuit and Xero Duel (LOL)

Do you know about the newest Intuit and Xero duel? It was hilarious to read reports of this new Intuit and Xero Duel. I was LOL because Intuit never had competition like Xero. Intuit began in California in 1983, with Quicken. It designed Quicken intuitively, to look like a business check, check register and other […]

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Intuit Gives Up on Financial Services, Embrace Accountants (again?)

Filed in Intuit QuickBooks, Xero by on July 3, 2013 0 Comments
Intuit Gives Up on Financial Services, Embrace Accountants (again?)

In light of Intuit’s bad tax season (a 5% drop in TurboTax filings), it did not surprise me to see Intuit give up on financial services. Intuit bought Digital Insight in 2007 for $1.35 billion. I questioned this high price at the time and since then, as since the company only sold software small and […]

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Financial Revolution: Intuit Opens Data APIs, Mint – Yodlee War We All Win

Filed in Intuit QuickBooks, Xero by on September 14, 2012 0 Comments
Financial Revolution: Intuit Opens Data APIs, Mint – Yodlee War We All Win

One of the biggest Financial Revolution stories ever is terrific news for us all. Why should you care if Intuit Opens Data APIs? You should care very much because we all will win in the new Mint – Yodlee war. This is exactly what happened when Intuit offered an API for QuickBooks. APIs are Application […]

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Excellent Intuit Health Care Debit Card

Filed in Intuit QuickBooks by on April 10, 2012 0 Comments
Excellent Intuit Health Care Debit Card

Small employers should use the excellent Intuit health care debit card because: It takes 10 minutes to enroll, with no setup or cancelation fee. It is tax deductible for employers and tax free to employees. Employers decide what to pay monthly ($1 to $400/employee). Intuit deducts contributions from the company bank account. Employees pay medical […]

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Employees Suing Intuit, Google for Antitrust, and Winning

Employees Suing Intuit, Google for Antitrust, and Winning

Employees are suing Intuit, Google, Apple, Intel, Adobe, Pixar and Lucasfilm. They say the companies violated antitrust laws by agreeing not to recruit each other’s employees. A Federal Judge said, “They still have an antitrust claim that’s going forward, so I don’t want to see any obstruction on discovery.” The judge did not question allegations about agreements between companies, […]

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Worst Intuit Mistake: Intuit QuickBooks Hosting

Filed in Intuit QuickBooks by on August 1, 2011 0 Comments
Worst Intuit Mistake: Intuit QuickBooks Hosting

The news keeps getting worse for these Intuit-Authorized Commercial Hosting companies: Right Networks. Telephone: (888) 417 4448 InsynQ, Inc. Telephone: (866) 206 1781 Uni-Data & Communications, Inc. Telephone: (718) 445-5600 x3180 Xcentric Telephone: (678) 297-0190 Cloud9 Real Time Telephone: (888) 869-0076 Coaxis International, Inc. Telephone: (850) 391-1022 Myownasp. Telephone: (800) 521-7322 NovelAspect.com. Telephone: (888) 228-0143 Swizznet. Telephone: (888) 794-9948 As […]

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Intuit Will Kill QuickBooks Hosting Companies

Intuit Will Kill QuickBooks Hosting Companies

Intuit QuickBooks Commercial Hosting program documents show that Intuit will kill QuickBooks hosting companies. Its new product now confirms this.

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Intuit Admits Antitrust Violations (and lies about it)

Filed in Intuit QuickBooks by on September 26, 2010 0 Comments
Intuit Admits Antitrust Violations (and lies about it)

After years of conspiring with Apple, Adobe, Google, Intel and Pixar, Intuit admits anti-trust violations. Michelle Long, CPA, is someone I very much respect, but I do not believe she has been as close to our Intuit friends as I once was. That is probably why she wrongly accepted Intuit statements after reading a Facebook summary of my prior post on Intuit Admits Antitrust Violations.

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Intuit Admits Antitrust Violations

Filed in Intuit QuickBooks by on September 25, 2010 0 Comments
Intuit Admits Antitrust Violations

After years of conspiring with Apple, Adobe, Google, Intel and Pixar, Intuit admits anti-trust violations. The Justice Department said the companies acknowledged agreeing, in 2005, not to “cold call” competitor employees.

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