2012-10-03 00:00:00EventsEnglishhttps://quickbooks.intuit.com/uk/resources/uk_qrc/uploads/2017/01/QBO-essentials.jpg3,000 businesses to get a boost from Intuit software as Startup Loans scheme is launched

3,000 businesses to get a boost from Intuit software as Startup Loans scheme is launched

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Intuit will be offering recipients of the Startup Loans scheme, launched today,  24 months’ free access to QuickBooks Online Essentials, our cloud-based accounting software, worth more than £1 million.

Up to 3,000 loan recipients will be eligible for QuickBooks Online, giving them crucial access to financial management software that will enable them to monitor their accounts effectively.

Sally Revell, UK Business Manager at Intuit said: “Small businesses are the lifeblood of our economy and StartUp Loans is a fantastic initiative to give people access to the critical funding they need to get their business off the ground, but it’s vital they also get the right systems in place to help them survive and grow.

“We are happy to offer additional support to the loan recipients by providing free access to QuickBooks software, which will allow them to simplify business management, monitor cashflow in real-time, get instant business reports and manage VAT automatically.”

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