Intuit just announced QuickBooks Online Pricing that will go into effect on March 15, 2017. You can find the entire announcement here: https://stacyk.site/2kfkovP, but here are the highlights.
This only affects QBO accounts that were NOT included in the price increase that was rolled out in October 2016, and only accounts that pay Intuit DIRECTLY. (This means, if you’re an accounting professional and have your clients on Wholesale Billing, it won’t affect their pricing.)
A few other things to mention: accounts paid monthly and annually will see this on the billing cycle following 3/15/2017, and this won’t apply to QBO subscriptions that are bundled with payroll, and if you’re using the “Your Books” feature in QuickBooks Online Accountant, it’ll still be free.
My own suggestion: many accounting professionals fail to review their fees/pricing on a regular basis. Now might be a good time to do this for clients that you haven’t increased in the last 12 months, and notify your clients of the increases to both QBO and your services at the same time.