Intuit, which is ramping up an aggressive expansion of its product line for small businesses, is also jumping into the financial planning market.

In November, the company plans to release PortfolioMinder, a Web-based system that will be available for an annual subscription of $1,800. The system is designed for independent financial advisors with fewer than 100 clients.

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