Intuit has held a monopolistic position in the domain of accounting and tax software. The company has a strong economic moat with customer stickiness at both, consumer and enterprise levels. The company reported a strong quarterly result with more than 20% growth across all segments and the management also provided an upbeat guidance for the year. Each of Intuit’s offerings such as Quickbooks, TurboTax, Mint, and Credit Karma have established industry leading positions in their respective domains. In fact, the company faced anti-trust issues in the Credit Karma acquisition and was forced to divest the tax software of the platform to Square, arguably its biggest competitor today. We are optimistic about Intuit’s outlook for 2021 and give it an ‘Outperform’ rating.
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