Intuit Inc. said 1,900 financial institutions that get processing services from Electronic Payment Services Inc. and M&I Data Services Inc. will be able to offer Intuit's home banking system at favorable "group rates."

Seeking to distribute its personal-computer banking service through more than just an elite few dozen financial institutions, Intuit will charge the network participants one-fifth the initiation fee that larger banks pay to work directly with Intuit, said Paul H. Weston, director of alternative delivery services for Electronic Payment Services.

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