It was a good tax season for Intuit as more consumers and small businesses filed electronically than ever before, Chief Executive Brad Smith told CNBC Friday.
"We’re in the midst of a secular shift to digital services," he said. "We help customers, whether consumers or small businesses, put money in their pocket. So we see things only getting more positive for us as we move forward."
Thanks to that shift from mailing paper tax forms, Intuit , the maker of tax-filing software Turbo Tax, reported third-quarter net income rose 19 percent Thursday, and raised its full-year forecast.