San Diego (June 14, 2002) -- Accountants are facing challenges in both growing their businesses and learning exactly what their small business customers want from them, according to a new survey from Intuit.

The nationwide study, "The Voices of Small Businesses and Accountants" found that while roughly half of the accountants surveyed offered non-typical services to their small business clients, like financial planning and technology consulting, clients have been slower to sign up.

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