Business Banking

Connect to Intuit

Sync your LendingClub deposit accounts to Mint®, QuickBooks®, or Quicken®.

Sync your accounts to Mint®, QuickBooks®, or Quicken®

Link your LendingClub account(s) to the Intuit finance software of your choice.

Frequently Asked Questions

In November 2020, many of our small business clients were moved to a new online banking platform. Please read the below FAQs to understand why you may need to reconnect to your account to an Intuit product.

Has my service to Intuit (QuickBooks, Quicken, Mint) changed as a result of the Online Banking conversion?

No. The Bank is committed to supporting small businesses and the recent online banking platform conversion was a crucial step in doing so.  This commitment extends to our partners like Intuit (QuickBooks, Quicken, Mint).  The Bank understands how important it is for small businesses to have all of their financial data in one platform to ensure they can easily pay bills, invoice customers, generate reports, and prepare for taxes.

What has changed with connecting to Intuit?

As we mentioned, and you may have noticed, we have a new business banking platform!  This change is going to require you to re-connect to the “Consumer and Business” feed – the proper connection for all business customers.   

How do I know if I was converted to the new Business Online Banking?

You will know you were converted if you have received periodic communication informing you of this, prior to conversion.  If you haven’t retained these emails, a good rule of thumb is Business clients are Tailored Checking Account users. Commercial clients have not been converted, but still may need to re-connect. They will simply follow the instructions to do so, but select “Commercial” feed when connecting.  Here is a quick description of the folks that will be selecting the “Commercial” feed –  you are a Commercial, Institutional, Municipality, Escrow client OR a Tailored checking account with services like ACH origination, a desktop scanner, or positive pay services.

Is getting back online with Intuit (QuickBooks/Quicken/Mint) complicated?

It’s not complicated, but there are a few steps that need to be followed: saving your work, deactivating the old feed, and reconnecting the new feed.  Once you identify the product you are using (QuickBooks, Quicken, Mint)  and remember to follow the instructions for the “Express Web Connect” connection type – you’ll be on your way!  Express Web Connect is our connection for all products, except for QuickBooks desktop, which uses Web Connect.

Why choose LendingClub?

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  • The unbelievably kind and helpful customer service team is one of the main reasons I bank with LendingClub.

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