Passwords are a good first line of defense, but they’re not infallible. As hackers, phishing attempts, scams, and other security threats continue to evolve, we work to stay two steps ahead. To that end, Intuit uses multi-factor authentication across all of our products to protect your account and ensure only you have access to your data. As part of this verification, when you sign in or when make changes to your account information (like your email, password, or user ID), you may be required to use a one-time confirmation code to complete the login process.

Here are answers to some frequently asked questions about multi-factor authentication.

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