by Seth Fineberg MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIF. — Accountants, QuickBooks consultants and former product advisory council members are, for the most part, optimistic about Intuit Inc.’s recent decision to consolidate its accountant-focused advisory councils.

In late April, Intuit announced the creation of the Accountant and Advisor Executive Council, a 16-member advisory board that would essentially replace a trio of former councils: the Customer Advisory Council for QuickBooks Professional Advisors, the Customer Advisory Council for Payroll, and the Customer Advisory Council for QuickBooks Financial Software.

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