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Intuit® to Grant Big Wishes for Small Businesses

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November 14th 2012 by

Today’s top accountants possess more than just an aptitude for numbers and an appetite for details. They also maintain a digital wonderland of accounting software, computers and mobile devices that allow for unfailingly accurate, efficient and expedient client services.

It goes without saying that running your own business as an accountant requires a lot of expensive upkeep. Is it time to upgrade your computers? Software outdated? Could you really benefit from a new website? Regardless of your workplace needs, if you often find yourself saying “If only I had a …” you’re in luck! During December 2012, Intuit will grant one wish a day for 15 days as part of the “Small Business, Big Wishes” program.

Beginning November 14, you – or perhaps one or more of your deserving clients – may submit a wish online for a chance to win based on the number of votes the wish receives and the anticipated impact of the granted wish.

To enter, simply visit Intuit’s Love Our Local Business website and share a few brief thoughts about your wish for your accounting practice and why yours should be granted. Then, throughout December, encourage your friends, family members and clients to vote for your wish and help make it come true.

The first wish will be granted December 3.

To date, Intuit has awarded more than $1 million in grants to small business owners across the United States through this program. You could be the next big winner when Intuit launches its “Small Business, Big Wishes” program.

To learn more about making your wish come true, click here.

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