Intuit believes everyone deserves a prosperous life, but the path to prosperity is not easy for all.

Economic inequality is on the rise across communities, driven by shifts in technology, the environment and socioeconomic factors. Intuit is uniquely positioned to close this gap by bringing jobs, entrepreneurial training, and new opportunities that spark economic prosperity.


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Labor income for distressed communities1


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Prosperity Hubs Communities

Intuit launched our Prosperity Hubs program in 2016, with a mission to spark economic prosperity for people and communities in need by creating new jobs, as well as preparing people for jobs of the future and equipping entrepreneurs to start and build successful businesses. Intuit partners with each Prosperity Hub to deliver programs through its physical and virtual call centers, educational institutions, and small business success programming.

Intuit Education Programs

Intuit Education programs help develop the next generation of students with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed through financial and career readiness programs. Through our tools, methods and partnerships, we hope to increase the number of youth and adults who have relevant skills, including technical and vocational skills, for employment, decent jobs and entrepreneurship.

Intuit Military and Veterans Initiative

The Intuit Military and Veteran Initiative (MAVI) is our company commitment to help transform the lives of military families and veterans through community, jobs, and financial empowerment. Like military families and veterans, MAVI is committed to excellence, motivated by mission, and driven by a sense of purpose. Part of MAVI’s work includes job creation for military veterans and their family members.

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Corporate Responsibility Reports

These reports highlight our commitment to powering prosperity in the communities in which we work and live. Each annual Corporate Responsibility report is available below.

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    1. Source: Sage Policy Group, 2020