Intuit Inc. and Electronic Clearing House Inc. have agreed to scrap a deal that would have seen Intuit pay $142 million for the debit and credit card processor’s business.

Intuit had announced the acquisition plan in mid-December, after the boards of both companies approved the proposed deal. The companies announced late last month that it would be in their mutual best interest to terminate the proposed agreement.

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