Intuit today announced the introduction of the Mac version of QuickBooks 2010, an update to the company's small business accounting software. Scheduled for launch on October 19th at a suggested price of $199.95, QuickBooks 2010 brings a number of enhancements to the software package.

Available in late October, QuickBooks 2010 for Mac, from Intuit Inc. (Nasdaq: INTU), helps business owners:

* Save time - Gets users up and running quickly, with a faster setup process, and helps them save time on routine tasks such as e-mailing and printing.
* Make money - Gives users key insights to make smart business decisions with customizable, at-a-glance financial reports and graphs.
* Get Paid - Makes it easier to process credit card payments and track billable hours with integrated add-on services.

QuickBooks 2010, which requires Mac OS X 10.5.7 or later or 10.6, reportedly includes over forty enhancements and will be compatible with several add-on services, including Intuit Merchant Service (starting at $19.95/month), My Time (free), and Intuit QuickBooks Payroll (starting at $25.00/month).

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