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TaxAssist Accountants selects Intuit QuickBooks as the exclusive partner for its network of accountants

Press release by Intuit

Press release by Intuit - Intuit QuickBooks, the world's number one online accounting software, today announced a UK-wide strategic partnership with TaxAssist Accountants, one of the UK's largest networks of accountants. Through the exclusive deal, QuickBooks will become the only recommended online accounting software for TaxAssist Accountants' national network of over 270 offices that look after 59,000 clients - focused specifically on small businesses and self-employed individuals.

Intuit creates software that helps small businesses manage their finances and accountants save time and grow their practices. The company has over one million customers using QuickBooks Online and serves more than 200,000 accountants worldwide. The UK is one of its most important markets and has experienced rapid growth as accounting moves online.

Nick Williams, Head of Business Development at Intuit UK commented, "It's very exciting that TaxAssist Accountants has selected QuickBooks as the software of choice. By opening up QuickBooks to the TaxAssist Accountants' large network of firms, we're helping them save time and offer a superior service, which also lets their clients focus on doing what they do best - running their businesses."

Sarah Robertson, Group Business Development Director at TaxAssist Accountants added, "QuickBooks is fast becoming the online accounting product chosen by small business owners across the UK, so it makes perfect sense to partner with Intuit as we evolve our business to become increasingly digital and offer higher value services. Over 100 practices already recommend QuickBooks so we're delighted to turn this into an exclusive partnership and extend it right across our network so more clients can gain the benefits of using QuickBooks to manage their finances in the cloud."

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