TaxAct president JoAnn Kintzel is stepping down from her post and the company is entering into a transition agreement.

TaxAct, a subsidiary of Blucora that provides technology-enabled financial solutions to consumers, small businesses and tax professionals, has begun a search for her replacement. Kintzel, who is leaving to pursue other opportunities, will remain in her current role until a successor is appointed.

“I want to thank JoAnn for her valuable contributions as President of TaxAct,” said John Clendening, president and CEO of Blucora, in a statement. “JoAnn’s leadership has helped to build TaxAct into the successful business it is today with significant opportunities ahead. In the five years under her leadership, the team continued a streak of seventeen straight years of revenue growth. It’s a remarkable achievement, one that very few companies can claim. Our aim is to build on this track record in 2017 and beyond.”

 

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