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We do not store bank credentials

We do not store any bank login credentials on our servers. Intuit uses bank level security to store credentials on their end.

How does Intuit handle security?

Use of Bank Level Security

We use 256 bit SSL encryption for data transmitted similar to what is used by banks.

In addition, we undergo extensive security audits performed by Intuit and associated security firms.

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