About Intuit

Powering Prosperity Around the World

Powering Prosperity Around the World

Intuit is a global technology platform that helps the customers and communities we serve overcome their most important financial challenges.

Everything Starts with the Customer

Everything Starts with the Customer

We are obsessed with our customers. We never stop listening to customers so we can understand both their dreams and the challenges they face -- and then get to work using technology to solve their most important problems.

Products to Power Prosperity

Products to Power Prosperity

Serving millions of customers worldwide with TurboTax, QuickBooks, Mint, and Credit Karma, we believe that everyone should have the opportunity to prosper and we are dedicated to finding new, innovative ways to make that possible.

10,000+ Employees Worldwide
20 locations 20 locations in 9 countries
$9.6B Revenue in 2021

Powering Prosperity Beyond Products

The work of powering prosperity goes beyond our products.

Around the world people struggle to make ends meet. Economic opportunity is still not available to all. And climate change is having an oversized impact on distressed communities. At Intuit, we’re committed to using our unique position to find ways to power prosperity, especially for those that need it most.

Intuit Leaders

The executive leadership team is led by CEO Sasan Goodarzi succeeding Executive Chairman of the Board, Brad Smith


Fast Facts

Some of key highlights of Intuit history, awards, and financial information.
  • Ranked 11 on Fortune's 100 Best Companies to Work For

  • People Magazine Companies That Care

  • Forbes America’s Best Employers for Diversity

For the fiscal year of 2021:
  • Combined Platform Revenue, which includes QuickBooks Online, TurboTax Online and Credit Karma, grew 39 percent to $6.6 billion. This includes 18 points from the addition of Credit Karma this year.
  • Small Business and Self-Employed Group revenue grew 16 percent and Online Ecosystem revenue grew 26 percent.
  • Consumer Group revenue grew 14 percent to $3.6 billion.
  • Credit Karma revenue of $865 million.