Intuit TurboTax integrates with Credit Karma and QuickBooks

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Intuit Inc., the multinational financial technology platform responsible for Intuit TurboTax, Credit Karma, QuickBooks, and Mailchimp, has made an integration announcement.

Customers of Credit Karma and QuickBooks Online will have the ability to utilize TurboTax within the product experiences of Credit Karma and QuickBooks Online to prepare and file their 2023 taxes. Through the integration of a filer’s personal and financial data from Credit Karma or QuickBooks with Intuit’s AI-platform capabilities and the tax knowledge engine driving TurboTax.

The company said these integrations offer individual tax filers and small business owners a more streamlined and customized tax preparation and filing experience.

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