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New QuickBooks ProAdvisor® Program Benefits Help Better Serve Online Clients

Article Post Date
October 23rd 2012 by

Did you know that QuickBooks® Online adds a new client every minute … and that QuickBooks Online has more than 1.3 million paying customers globally?

To help our accounting customers stand out in the cloud, we’ve added several cloud-based solutions to the QuickBooks ProAdvisor® Program.  Luis Sanchez, QuickBooks ProAdvisor Program leader, announced these changes at the Sleeter conference at the Intuit®-sponsored Monday reception, which included the signature Intuit Sky’s the Limit Martini, available only that evening.

The new program benefits become available for ProAdvisors on November 1, 2012. Enhancements include advanced training, certification, support, marketing tools, free access to Intuit’s online solutions and more:

For accounting professionals who are not ProAdvisors, QuickBooks Online Accountant is free if you work with at least one QuickBooks Online small business client.  More information is available at

More information on the QuickBooks ProAdvisor Program is available at


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    Kim Amsbaugh Kim Amsbaugh is Senior PR Manager for Intuit's Accounting Professionals Division. She is based out of Intuit's Mountain View, CA headquarters. See all of Kim's articles…

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