Friday, January 25, 2013

Intuit Payment Solutions Refuses Gun Purchases

Another reason not to buy Intuit.

Btw, it's flagship products are Quickbooks, Turbo Tax and Quicken. Remember that this tax season.

10 comments:

Cogitans Iuvenis said...

Thanks for the info captain. I will no longre use their products.

Jason said...

Any recommendations for alternate tax-prep software?

Dan said...

Any guesses when someone will come forward and explain exactly what coercion the Obama administration used to achieve this result at a variety of financial institutions?

CBMTTek said...

Damn. Another product I liked bites the dust.

Vote with your wallet. It is the only vote that truly counts.

jaericho said...

Shit. Didn't they also buy Mint.com? I love that site.

njartist said...

Then that makes two companies. Warren Buffet's Geico has canceled a customer's auto policy canceled because he is in the firearm business.

Anonymous said...

The IRS pages on the Web supply all needed e-forms. Just follow the instructions.

Anonymous age 70

Anonymous said...

Cook up some home made thermite and ignite it on the roof of their headquarters.

THAT'LL SHOW EM, RIGHT?

CBMTTek said...

Dammit, Jaericho!
You are right, Mint.com is an intuit product.
Actually found that useful.

Oh, well, back to tracking several sites for my money situation.

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