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Limited Time Offer for Intuit® Accountants

Article Post Date
February 17th 2012 by Mimi Turner

No matter how streamlined your invoicing process is, Intuit® has an online invoice payment network that can help you get paid faster and save time by automatically reconciling payments.

Here are just a few features and benefits of Intuit PaymentNetwork:

Quick and convenient

Protected

Cost effective

“I work with 12 to 15 ongoing clients … the Intuit PaymentNetwork system has helped me become more efficient at billing my clients – the instant gratification to get paid quickly is my motivation.”  – Jo King, Owner, Automated Only, Dover Pennsylvania.

The Intuit PaymentNetwork is a must-have for Jo King and many other Intuit customers. Ready to see what it can do for you? Take advantage of this special offer now!

Offer good through June 30, 2012 and is available only for active users of QuickBooks Accountant Edition who don’t already have an active Intuit PaymentNetwork account. Eligible members will receive free bank to bank payment transactions for three months from date of signup for PaymentNetwork account. After the three months, you are responsible and will automatically be charged for the then-current per payment transaction rate for each transaction. To be eligible for the offer you need to sign up for Intuit Payment Network on our website.

Intuit PaymentNetwork account requires QuickBooks Accountant Edition 2010 or later (Pro, Premier, or Enterprise for the PC); sold separately. Not compatible with QuickBooks for Mac. Payment Network account has no monthly fee, no set-up fee, and no termination fee. Requires merchant account through Intuit PaymentNetwork, provided by Intuit Payment Solutions. Application approval, an internet connection and a supported web browser required. Transaction fees apply.  Terms, conditions, pricing, features, service and support are subject to change without notice.

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