Political Accountability

Philosophy and Approach

Intuit is committed to being a responsible and respected corporate citizen and a global thought leader in our engagement in the external public policy process in the countries where we have employees, products and services, and where public policy affecting our business is created. Our engagement is covered by our Code of Conduct and at all times reflects the principles of Intuit's Corporate Values, beginning with Integrity Without Compromise.

Our Political Accountability Policy
Philosophy and Approach


We comply with the spirit and letter of all Federal and State laws governing political contributions and their reporting and disclosure requirements. In the United States our PAC contributions are publicly disclosed to the Federal Election Commission and state contributions are publicly disclosed on corresponding State Web sites; all contributions are aggregated and published semi-annually below.

This includes all direct or in-kind payments in response to explicit solicitations for a political contribution, an electioneering communication, or an independent expenditure. Intuit will disclose these payments, regardless of whether the solicitations are from a political party, political action committee, or politically active tax-exempt organization, such as one organized under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) section 501(c) 4 or section 527, as defined by applicable laws.

Any other payments Intuit may make to IRC 527 organizations are electronically reported on IRS Form 8872 by those organizations, and can be found on the IRS Web site. We comply with all Federal and State lobbying and reporting requirements and regulations, and our Federal reporting is publicly disclosed on the Lobbying Disclosure Act websites of the US Congress.

We pay dues to various trade associations that are organized under section 501(c)(6) of the Internal Revenue Code. These organizations help Intuit to further our public policy goals and desired business outcomes, and we review these memberships annually. For such organizations to which our dues payments are $25,000 or greater, each year Intuit inquires and makes reasonable efforts to obtain information on what portions of our dues payments may be used for association lobbying expenditures or political contributions as defined by section 162(e)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code. The information these associations provide to us is published below annually.

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