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Call Now Intuit has warned QuickBooks customers that they are targeted by an ongoing phishing campaign impersonating the company and trying to lure potential victims with fake renewal charges. The company said it received reports from customers that they were emailed and told that their QuickBooks plans had expired. "This email did not come from Intuit. The sender is not associated with Intuit, is not an authorized agent of Intuit, nor is their use of Intuit's brands authorized by Intuit," Intuit explained. The financial software firm advises all customers who received one of these phishing messages not to click any links embedded in the emails or open attachments. The recommended way to deal with them is to delete them to avoid being infected with malware or redirected to a phishing landing page designed to harvest credentials. Customers who have already opened attachments or clicked links in the phishing emails should: Delete any downloaded files immediately. Scan their systems using an up-to-date anti-malware solution. Change their passwords. Intuit also provides information on how customers can protect themselves from phishing attempts on its support website. QuickBooks customers also targeted by scammers In July, Intuit also alerted its customers of phishing emails, asking them to call a phone number to upgrade to QuickBooks 2021 until the end of the month to avoid having their databases corrupted or company backup files removed automatically. BleepingComputer found similar emails sent to Intuit customers this month, using a very similar template with the upgrade deadline changed to the end of October. While Intuit didn't explain how the upgrade scheme worked, from BleepingComputer's previous encounters with similar scam attempts, the scammers will attempt to take over the callers' QuickBooks accounts. To do that, they ask the victims to install remote access software like TeamViewer or AnyDesk while posing as QuickBooks support staff. Next, they connect and ask the victims to provide the information needed to reset their QuickBooks password and take over their accounts to siphon their money by making payments in their names. If the victims also have two-factor authentication enabled, the scammers will ask for the one-time authorization code they need to go ahead with the upgrade. Copyright scams and account takeover attacks Besides these two active campaigns, Intuit is also being impersonated by other threat actors in a fake copyright phishing scam, as SlickRockWeb CEO Eric Ellason said today. Recipients targeted by these emails risk infecting themselves with the Hancitor (aka Chanitor) malware downloader or have Cobalt Strike beacons deployed on their systems. The embedded links send the potential victims through advanced redirection chains using various security evasion tactics and victim fingerprinting malspam. In June, Intuit also notified TurboTax customers that some of their personal and financial info was accessed by attackers following a series of account takeover attacks. The company also said that that was not a "systemic data breach of Intuit." The company's investigation revealed that the attackers used credentials obtained from "a non-Intuit source" to access the customers' accounts and their name, Social Security number, address(es), date of birth, driver's license number, financial information, and more. TurboTax customers were targeted in at least three other account takeover attack campaigns in 2014/2015 and 2019.Over the last 15 years, growth stocks in the S&P 500 index have produced an average annualized return of 12.8%, crushing the 7.5% average return seen in value stocks. Of course, diversity is an important part of any portfolio, but this data suggests that at least some of your funds should be allocated toward growth, especially if you are still a decade (or more) from needing those funds for other things. Building on that idea, growth stocks Intuit (NASDAQ:INTU) and Square (NYSE:SQ) provide valuable digital financial services to a range of customers, and both look like smart places to put your money right now. Here's why. Image source: Getty Images. 1. Intuit: The gold standard in accounting software Intuit may not be the most exciting growth stock, but over 110 million individual consumers, entrepreneurs, and tax professionals rely on its software products, which comprise a portfolio of industry-leading brands. For example, its QuickBooks software offers a suite of accounting tools that help small-business owners and self-employed individuals track income and expenses, send invoices, and pay bills. Intuit currently holds 62% market share in this sector, making it the top player by a wide margin. Intuit's TurboTax is also the most popular tax preparation software in the U.S., with 73% market share in 2021, up 10% from 2019. To reinforce this advantage, Intuit is focused on infusing its products with artificial intelligence to automate, predict, and personalize the experience for users. For instance, the company uses an AI technique known as knowledge engineering to convert tax regulations into computer code, and it relies on AI-powered chatbots to answer tax and accounting questions. In both cases, this makes Intuit's business more efficient. Building on that, the company has added live versions of TurboTax and QuickBooks to its lineup, meaning users can now interact with tax and accounting professionals in real time. These services help clients make complicated financial decisions with confidence. Management believes live software products will be a significant growth driver in the years ahead. Financially, Intuit has executed well over the last three years, growing its top and bottom lines at a steady clip. Metric Q2 2018 (TTM) Q2 2021 (TTM) CAGR Revenue $6.0 billion $9.6 billion 17% Free cash flow $2.0 billion $3.1 billion 16% Source: YCharts. TTM = trailing-12-months. CAGR = compound annual growth rate. One thing I really like about this company is its recent acquisition of Credit Karma. This move brings 121 million new users to its platform, and it will allow Intuit to build an AI-powered financial assistant that connects consumers with a range of personalized financial products, like credit cards, personal loans, and insurance. Looking ahead, management believes the Credit Karma acquisition adds $85 billion to its addressable market, bringing the total to $260 billion. That leaves Intuit with plenty of room to grow its business. And given its strong competitive position, I think this stock offers significant upside for shareholders. 2. Square: The disruptive fintech company Square provides financial tools to both merchants and consumers, making it less costly and less complex to participate in the economy. Its Seller ecosystem comprises hardware, software, and services that help businesses manage sales across brick-and-mortar locations and digital storefronts. And its Cash App ecosystem provides access to direct deposit, brokerage, and debit card services, enabling individual consumers to manage their finances from a single location. Generally speaking, Square's comprehensive approach has led to strong growth in both ecosystems. For instance, its broad portfolio of software solutions, which range from point-of-sale to payroll, has helped Square gain traction with larger businesses (i.E. Sellers generating over $125,000 in gross payment volume or GPV). During the most recent quarter, this cohort accounted for 65% of GPV, up from 55% in 2019. That's encouraging since Square generates revenue by taking a percentage of GPV. Also noteworthy, the Cash App has seen strong growth in recent years as new services have supercharged user engagement. In the first quarter, Cash Card spend jumped 150%, as weekly active users nearly doubled year over year. And in the second quarter, 4.5 million consumers held a stock or ETF in the mobile app, triple the total from the previous year. This uptick in engagement has made the Cash App more profitable, as the gross profit per monthly active user reached $55 in the recent quarter, 2.5 times higher than it was in 2019. Financially, Square has delivered an incredible performance over the last few years. Metric Q2 2018 (TTM) Q2 2021 (TTM) CAGR Gross profit $1.0 billion $3.7 billion 55% Free cash flow $71.2 million $682.8 million 112% Source: YCharts. TTM = trailing-12-months. CAGR = compound annual growth rate. Square recently announced its intention to acquire Afterpay, a buy now, pay later (BNPL) company that provides interest-free consumer financing at checkout. Despite a hefty $29 billion price tag, which Square plans to fund with stock, this move could be a significant growth driver for the company. BNPL services tend to boost the number and size of transactions for merchants, meaning Square's Seller ecosystem should benefit from an uptick in GPV. At the same time, the Cash App will serve as a payments platform for BNPL purchases and a merchant discovery tool for consumers, both of which should boost overall engagement. In short, Square's disruptive approach to finance has garnered a growing user base, and management is still growing the business in new directions. That's why this stock looks like a smart buy right now. This article represents the opinion of the writer, who may disagree with the “official” recommendation position of a Motley Fool premium advisory service. We’re motley! Questioning an investing thesis -- even one of our own -- helps us all think critically about investing and make decisions that help us become smarter, happier, and richer.Intuit (News - Alert) (Nasdaq: INTU), the global technology platform that makes TurboTax, QuickBooks, Mint, and Credit Karma, along with Highline Beta, a venture studio and venture capital firm, today announced the second cohort of the Intuit Prosperity AcceleratorTM: AI. This announcement follows the recent launch of Intuit Ventures, further evolving the company's strategy to drive future innovations by supporting early to mid-stage startups. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.Businesswire.Com/news/home/20211014005329/en/ The second cohort is comprised of seven early-stage startups from top technology hubs including San Francisco, New York, Toronto and Montreal. These companies were selected based on their ability to leverage artificial intelligence (AI) to create solutions that help consumers and small businesses overcome financial challenges. Like the startups from the inaugural program in 2020, these companies share Intuit's value of being mission-driven. Additionally, they focus on customer obsession to deliver innovative products, ideas, and results. "The rise of AI is fundamentally reshaping our world and as global economies continue to reopen, Intuit is committed to accelerating industry innovation," said David Marquis, Country Manager at Intuit Canada and executive sponsor of the Intuit Prosperity Accelerator. "It takes a community to tackle a big problem, which is why we're excited to bring together this promising group of AI innovators who share Intuit's mission of powering prosperity around the world." In an effort to fuel their growth and spur industry innovation, Intuit will partner with the cohort over a five-month period. We will coach them, provide product and technology expertise and connect them to Intuit's existing consumer and small business customers. "We're thrilled to be teaming up with Intuit to welcome these seven innovative founders and startups to this year's program," saidHussam Ayyad, Chief Accelerator Officer at Highline Beta. "The cohort addresses a wide variety of pressing challenges related to marketing, customer engagement, financial audit, consumer credit building and more. We're ready to help accelerate their growth and amplify their impact." Meet the Cohort: Adaptive Pulse (Waterloo, ON (News - Alert)) helps businesses keep a pulse on every customer while predicting and prioritizing their retention efforts, reducing churn and increasing revenues. Aphrodite (San Francisco, CA (News - Alert)) is a plug-n-play data analytics platform intended to help users drive revenue by providing financial clarity and data-driven insights to small businesses. Bankuish (New York, NY) is a marketplace that provides gig workers and freelancers a simple way to access affordable banking. Beam.City Inc (Toronto, ON) is an advertising automation platform that helps businesses optimize their performance and skyrocket profits automatically. Boom (New York, NY) is on a mission to level the playing field for the 110 million renters in the US by making housing more flexible, affordable, and attainable. QuoteMachine (Montreal, QC) is a software that brings humans back to digital commerce by helping independent retailers close more deals through simplified and personalized sales processes. Stamped AI (Quebec City, QC) is an AI platform that streamlines and automates accounting data certification, making small businesses year-end ready, all year round. The Intuit Prosperity Accelerator: AI is a five-month-long initiative, in which the selected startups will work with Intuit and Highline Beta teams to identify and test growth opportunities using Intuit's design thinking methodology, Design for Delight (D4D). The cohort will also have access to an exclusive network of mentors, investors and founders as well as the opportunity for follow-on investment from Highline Beta. For more information on the program, visit: www.Intuit.Com/ca/prosperity-accelerator. About Intuit: Intuit is a global technology platform that helps our customers and communities overcome their most important financial challenges. Serving approximately 100 million customers worldwide with TurboTax, QuickBooks, Mint and Credit Karma, we believe that everyone should have the opportunity to prosper. We never stop working to find new, innovative ways to make that possible. Please visit us for the latest information about Intuit, our products and services, and find us on social. About Highline Beta: Highline Beta is a venture studio and venture capital firm helping big companies grow outside of their core through organic venture development and inorganic startup partnerships. Highline Beta is Intuit's partner in the Intuit Prosperity Accelerator. Highline Beta designs, executes, and oversees the program, as well as advises on the selection of startups to participate. Learn more at Highline Beta. 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