Mountain View, Calif. (March 17, 2004) -- Accounting software maker Intuit Inc. has tapped Brad Smith to head up the company's consumer tax business.

Smith replaces Intuit president Steve Bennett, who held the post temporarily after the departure of Tom Allanson. Allanson, who had been with Intuit since April 2002, left the company in January to pursue other interests as Intuit was gearing up for the tax season.

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