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Stepping Intuit

Intuit won’t process credit card transactions for gun purchases:

In the email the company wrote “Intuit does not support the services you are providing” and then the reason stated was firearms, ammunition, gun parts and accessories sales not sold in a face-to-face environment with the credit card being swiped.

I use quickbooks online to manage my corporation and my trust. Well, I did. That ends now.

10 Responses to “Stepping Intuit”

  1. sendarius Says:

    I dumped their software years ago, when they refused to activate my store-bought, receipt-provided upgrade.

    The reason? “A lot of people pirated that version.”

    Con-men and thieves.

  2. Hank Says:

    Being pressured by the administration (well, with one level of indirection)

    Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, moving to take a lead role in the gun control debate, is turning up the pressure on banks that do business with firearms manufacturers.

    See: Rahm Emanuel presses banks on guns

  3. Hank Says:

    Somehow clicked “submit” before I was done

    … and we need to apply (opposite) pressure of our own

  4. Todd S Says:

    Damn… the had really good tax software too…

  5. comatus Says:

    Since my state Bd of Educ pres is currently up for hangin for violations of Godwin’s Law, I’ma go head on.

    This kind of quiet pressure is what kept people from doing business with Negroes during the “social hygiene” progressive period. Wilson segregated the Civil Service.

    The scientific journals of mid-19th century Europe were choc-a-bloc with reasoned articles on Why the Jews Had to Go. People were quietly convinced not to do business with them.

    This is how it’s done. Pay attention: the history will be written by the winners.

  6. Jeff Powell Says:

    Never using Intuit. Boycotting their products.

    Anyone know a good alternative?

  7. Mike Says:

    I’ve been using TurboTax for many years now. Unfortunately I already bought it for my 2012 tax return. Never again.

  8. jimmyb Says:

    Uncle, are you going to use Peachtree instead? Or something else?

  9. Charles Says:

    I have used their software for about ten years now. Very simple and easy to use. Reasonable price


  10. mariner Says:


    I just bought it for Dad’s finances and his 2012 FIT return.

    I’ll drop Intuit as soon as I locate credible alternatives.

Remember, I do this to entertain me, not you.

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