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Send an eCard to Your Favorite Accountant in Honor of Accounting Appreciation Month!

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November 4th 2013 by


noselectHave you told your accountant lately that you appreciate them? Now’s your chance! Send an eCard to your favorite accounting professional in honor of Accounting Appreciation Month!

Here are your card options:

  1. Hello to My Favorite Accounting Professional!
  2. We’d Be Absolutely Lost Without You!
  3. You Rise Above All the Rest. Thanks for All You Do!
  4. Thank You For Helping Us Grow Our Business!
  5. Thanks for Showing Us that Every Cent Counts.
  6. Thank You For All Your Incredible Support!

Select Your eCard


Your name

Your email address

Your friend's email address

eCard message

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  • About Mindy King

    Mindy King I'm a Content Marketing Manager in the Accounting Professionals Division at Intuit, and I focus on our Lacerte and ProSeries professional tax products. I'm an avid fan of social media, blogging and innovative thinking! See all of Mindy's articles…

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