On Feb.16, Intuit
- Revenues rose 14.6%, and GAAP EPS increased 32.5%.
- Earnings reflect a $0.14-per-share benefit from an asset sale, and $0.06 per share in stock compensation expenses.
- QuickBooks and small-biz software revenues increased in the mid-teens. Tax revenue's 35% year-over-year increase reflects a timing difference, with comparable revenue increase at 10%.
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