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July 02, 2014

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Michele:

Thanks for your comments.

As we know, the push is on at Intuit to move everyone to the cloud.

It will be very interesting to see how the 2015 desktop product line is priced. I sense another price increase coming from last year, but we'll see.

Scott Gregory

Well of course Intuit will adopt this policy. That will cause the desktop product to be more expensive than the discounted Online product and will be the straw that breaks the camel's back. From strictly a cost perspective, it will push everyone to QBO and for Clients who only care about "getting their taxes done", they'll settle and only use the most basic features of QBO rather than use QB's as the financial management tool that they should. Then, eventually, only the early adopters will get the discount, and QBO will once again be an expensive option for small businesses, but now there won't be a choice.

what would we do if intuit decided to only support the current year and not previous versions? well, that's easy, we would contact people like you to help out! Pam

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