Intuit believes in the power of the individual. The power to do more. To make more. To be more. Intuit believes in the people who do things – the hat jugglers, the to-do list junkies, the masters of getting it done faster, better and more efficiently than ever before. Whether that's balancing the household budget, running a business or paying taxes. Intuit believes in these people because Intuit represents these people. The company thrives on action – and results. And by making things simpler, everybody get more out of doing what they love. Intuit are innovators, and have been at it for more than three decades. And they don't stand still. As the world evolves, so do they – inventing new solutions to solve important problems, perfecting those solutions and delighting their customers. In short: Improving people's financial lives so profoundly they can't imagine going back to the old way.

Intuit started small in 1983 with Quicken personal finance software, simplifying a common household dilemma: balancing the family checkbook. Today, the company has improved the lives of more than 45 million people, and their annual revenue exceeds $4 billion. Company’s flagship products – QuickBooks, TurboTax and Mint – define their commitment to revolutionize the way people manage their personal finances, run small businesses and pay employees. Company’s lineup of tax preparation products helps individuals and small business owners easily and accurately file their own taxes. And working with accountants, Intuit has become a staple of American small business, with a widespread and deep-rooted presence that's second to none.

But Intuit is much more than that. Today, their expanding portfolio serves customers in Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, Singapore and India, making it easier for small business owners and accountants to manage their finances, offering localized, desktop and online versions of QuickBooks. And Intuit products have evolved from the desktop to the cloud, with many available both online and for mobile devices. Capitalizing on a world being shaped by social, mobile and global trends, CEO Brad Smith established a three-point growth strategy to accelerate Intuit's move to the cloud, providing products and services that are available how, where and when customers want them.

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