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Earlier this week Intuit (INTU), the maker of Quickbooks, TurboTax, and soon Credit Karma, reported their quarterly earnings. The company beat analyst revenue expectations by $100 million, which is impressive! They also beat on earnings and increased net income while cutting expenses. Right now the company's stock is trading near an all time high, so is now a good time to buy? Were earnings enough to award this expensive stock a buy?