I cannot pull in my 401K information from Paychex. How do I fix this?


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Hello, sorry about your frustration.  Intuit has approached Paychex on multiple occasions about working together to serve our mutual customers.   These discussions have been going on for over a decade at both the product level and the highest executive levels.  Paychex has taken the stance that they will not work with or cooperate in any integration to Intuit products.   This includes Mint, TurboTax, QuickBooks and our professional accountant tax products.    The reason for this is counter to consumer, accountant and small business choice and flexibility - Paychex Flex is a bit of a misnomer :) 

We continue to engage Paychex and will share your post with our contacts.   Thanks. 

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