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QuickBooks Launches All-new Business Account

“QuickBooks, the tax and accounting software specialist is launching a new digital payment account aimed at small business owners.  The QuickBooks Business Account will be powered by payments-as-a-service fintech Modulr, allowing QuickBooks to offer a one-stop solution that benefits from the latter’s payments infrastructure and taps into its digital payments expertise.”
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PayPal, Intuit & Square approved to offer loans to small businesses through coronavirus relief program

“Fintech companies have been lobbying for weeks to be able to participate in the U.S. government’s emergency lending program for small businesses. Now those efforts have paid off, as PayPal, Intuit and Square have all been approved to participate in the U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Paycheck Protection Program , which provides aid in the form […]

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 Intuit ProConnect Announces Practice Ignition Partnership to Increase Efficiency for Tax Professionals

“Today, Intuit ProConnect , from Intuit Inc. (Nasdaq: INTU), is announcing its partnership with Practice Ignition (PI) to increase productivity for tax professionals. Practice Ignition, an automated proposal and payment management software that eliminates administrative tasks, will work in tandem with Intuit professional tax products, allowing for a better end-to-end workflow for tax professionals.”
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