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Call Now © Provided by The Motley Fool a woman raises her arm in celebration while looking at her mobile phone on her sofa at home, as though receiving good news or winning a bet. The Xero Limited (ASX: XRO) share price has returned to form this week and has been charging higher. The cloud accounting platform provider’s shares are currently up almost 4% since last Friday’s close at $144.52. Could the Xero share price keep rising to $165.00 by the end of 2021? What happens between now and the end of 2021 for the Xero share price will depend a lot on its half year results next month, but one leading broker appears to see potential for its shares to reach $165.00 in the near future. According to a recent note out of Goldman Sachs, its analysts have a buy rating and $165.00 price target. Based on the current Xero share price, this implies potential upside of 14% for investors. Why is Goldman positive on Xero? Most recently the broker has been looking at an update from one of its key rivals and saw a number of positives. That rival is Intuit, which is the company behind the QuickBooks accounting platform. Goldman notes that QuickBooks grew its international subscribers by 11% or ~160k in FY 2021 and US subscribers by 18%. The former was notably slower than Xero’s growth, which the broker feels bodes well for its global expansion. It commented: “While we acknowledge the y/e timing impacts between Intuit/Xero, this subscriber performance was significantly below vs. Xero (+412k ex. NA). Therefore, we see this update as a strong positive for Xero in its global traction, noting a key pillar of our positive thesis is the ability to leverage its best in class product to expand in new geographies (NZ$18bn Cloud Accounting Expansion TAM).” Another positive was Intuit’s update on the QuickBooks ecosystem. Goldman has previously stated how it believes Xero has a massive opportunity to monetise its own app ecosystem, so takes comfort from Intuit’s update. It explained: “In FY21 40% of QBO customers use an ecosystem service or 3rd party app (vs. 36% in FY20) with the company generating a much higher share of platform revenues (i.E. Payroll, Time tracking etc., with Online Services c.38% of FY21 QBO revenues) vs. Xero (7% of FY21 revenues ex Hubdoc).” Overall, the broker was happy with what it heard and remains very positive on the Xero share price. It concluded: “We re-iterate our Buy on Xero (12m TP of A$165), noting Xero has closed its premium vs. The ASX InfoTech index to 140% vs. 2 year average 179% (12mf EV/Sales), and is -27% cheaper on 12mf EV/Sales vs. Key peer WTC. We expect revenue acceleration into FY22 to drive outperformance (+4% vs. VA Consensus) with significant LT opportunities to unlock further value (NZ$76bn TAM).” The post Could the Xero (ASX:XRO) share price reach $165 by the end of 2021? Appeared first on The Motley Fool Australia. Should you invest $1,000 in Xero right now? Before you consider Xero, you’ll want to hear this. Motley Fool Investing expert Scott Phillips just revealed what he believes are the 5 best stocks for investors to buy right now… and Xero wasn’t one of them. The online investing service he’s run for nearly a decade, Motley Fool Share Advisor, has provided thousands of paying members with stock picks that have doubled, tripled or even more.* And right now, Scott thinks there are 5 stocks that are better buys. See The 5 Stocks *Returns as of August 16th 2021 More reading Motley Fool contributor James Mickleboro has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool Australia’s parent company Motley Fool Holdings Inc. Owns shares of and has recommended Xero. The Motley Fool Australia owns shares of and has recommended Xero. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy. This article contains general investment advice only (under AFSL 400691). Authorised by Bruce Jackson.Brandon, MB––October 6, 2021: The UK version of QuickBooks online launched in 2011, and is widely popular today among small businesses that find its tax planning features, award-winning customer service, and range of affordable plans, quite the deal.The Canadian and UK versions use VAT, while the US version uses sales tax and they all function a little differently. QuickBooks UK has three standard plans, as well as a self-employed plan. These plans offer a 30-day free trial, with often discounted prices and prices. QuickBooks UK costs £8 per month and it allows users to prepare self-assessment tax returns and access income tax estimates, separate personal and business transactions, and automatically import bank transactions. The self-employed plan doesn’t include VAT filing and phone support. One of QuickBooks’ UK’s best features is its tax planning. Preparing and filing VAT returns can be done without ever leaving QuickBooks. The income tax estimates feature, the ability to e-file VAT returns, gives QuickBooks some of the best tax planning support, setting it apart from many of its rivals.QuickBooks UK, similar to any other version, presents a stylish interface with excellent tax planning tools. QuickBooks UK assists with submitting VAT returns and provides a detailed estimate of the self-assessment income tax bill.QuickBooks Repair Pro’s conversion service allows for the conversion of files from QuickBooks US or Canada to the UK version. 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For more information, visit https://quickbooksrepairpro.Com/ This release was published on openPR.© Provided by The Motley Fool 2 Unstoppable Stocks Set to Outgrow the Market (Again) in 2022 The benchmark S&P 500 index has risen roughly 19% this year in relatively smooth fashion. It's a great return for the average investor who purchased an index fund that tracks the broader market. But for active investors, some individual stocks have performed substantially better. The stock price for small-business payments manager Bill.Com Holdings (NYSE: BILL), for instance, is up 115% in 2021, and accounting software giant Intuit's (NASDAQ: INTU) stock price has risen about 48%. Both stocks have crushed the S&P 500, and with analysts predicting a return of 11% for the benchmark in 2022, the shares are set for a repeat next year. Here's why these two stocks seem unstoppable in 2022. 1. The case for Bill.Com Business owners would be familiar with the difficulty of tracking payments and receipts. Invoices are often sent and received in high volume, and typically through different methods, so there's always a chance some get missed, lost, or routed to the wrong place. Bill.Com is a cloud-based payment management platform for small to medium-size businesses, and it aims to solve that problem. It created a digital inbox that can aggregate the flow of invoices so they're all in one spot. Business owners can use the inbox to pay bills with a single click, and since it integrates with major accounting software providers, they can even update their books as they make transactions. Bill.Com acquires customers both directly and through affiliations with accounting firms and financial institutions. In fact, it's partnered with six of the top 10 U.S. Banks, and these integrations are key to fast payment processing within the Bill.Com network. The strategy has led to an explosive acceleration in revenue growth (and guidance). Metric Fiscal 2020 Fiscal 2021 Fiscal 2022 (Estimate) Revenue $158 million $238 million $478 million Data source: Bill.Com After growing revenue by 51% between fiscal 2020 and fiscal 2021, Bill.Com is set to nearly double that growth rate in fiscal 2022. After the economic reopenings in 2021, the business environment has slowly returned to normal, which has bolstered Bill.Com's prospective customer base. But as the pandemic continues to abate, further economic certainty should unleash the small-business engine that drives the U.S. Economy. The company has pursued some key bolt-on acquisitions to round out its product offerings, which should supercharge potential growth. It bought Invoice2go in September, a digital mobile-first back-office solution for small businesses, and Divvy in June, which is a leader in business expense management. While Bill.Com isn't profitable yet, share-price growth will likely be driven by revenue, and it's clear the company is firing on all cylinders in that department. With the help of its recent acquisitions, all signs point to another year of market-beating performance for Bill.Com. 2. The case for Intuit The next stock set to outgrow the market in 2022 is Intuit. Millions of small-business owners use its flagship accounting software QuickBooks, and while it's not expected to grow quite as fast as Bill.Com, the company is highly profitable. QuickBooks is renowned for its affordable pricing, ease of use, and automated bookkeeping features. But Intuit also has a strong consumer-facing business through its TurboTax platform. Along the same lines, TurboTax empowers millions of consumers to manage their own tax affairs, keeping them out of the accountant's office. Metric Fiscal 2020 Fiscal 2021 Fiscal 2022 (Estimate) Revenue $7.67 billion $9.63 billion $11.19 billion Earnings per share $7.86 $9.74 $11.24 Data source: Intuit, Yahoo! Finance. While the consumer segment makes up a sizable 37% of total revenue, it tends to be seasonal (coinciding with tax season). It grew at 14% between fiscal 2020 and fiscal 2021, which lagged the 25% growth in QuickBooks online accounting, for example. Small business remains the ultimate driver of growth for Intuit. For that reason (and much like Bill.Com), Intuit stands to draw significant benefits from a more-certain business environment in 2022. Overall S&P 500 earnings are expected to grow by 9.3% next year, compared to 15.4% for Intuit. But Intuit trades at a much higher price-to-earnings multiple of 56, compared to 30 for the S&P. It suggests investors expect Intuit's earnings to grow at a faster pace over a longer period of time, and that its share price could experience outsize growth for its additional earnings relative to the index. But whichever way investors slice the numbers, Intuit looks set to outgrow the market in 2022. SPONSORED: 10 stocks we like better than Bill.Com Holdings, Inc. When our award-winning analyst team has a stock tip, it can pay to listen. After all, the newsletter they have run for over a decade, Motley Fool Stock Advisor, has tripled the market.* They just revealed what they believe are the ten best stocks for investors to buy right now... And Bill.Com Holdings, Inc. Wasn't one of them! That's right -- they think these 10 stocks are even better buys. See the 10 stocks *Stock Advisor returns as of September 17, 2021 Anthony Di Pizio has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool owns shares of and recommends Bill.Com Holdings, Inc. And Intuit. 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