San Diego (April 29, 2004) -- Intuit will introduce a new bank product-oriented professional tax software solution for next year's tax season.
The yet-unnamed package is aimed at preparers who process refund anticipation loans, refund transfer direct deposits and other bank products, according to company spokesman Miles Kotay.
"It will be backed by a technical support team with extended hours," said Kotay. "It will sell for $795. There are no other hidden fees or charges."
"This will help the independent professional compete against the store-front chains," he said. "For a preparer who processes 50 or more bank products a season, this is the right solution."
-- Roger Russell
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