Intuit Inc announced that its second quarter revenues for the 2006 fiscal year had increased 15 percent over last year's numbers, to $742.7 million.

The company said that growth was driven by strong sales of QuickBooks software and add-on solutions and TurboTax products and services. Revenue growth also benefited from changes in the TurboTax offering and pricing, which shifted approximately $35 million of revenue into the second quarter that in prior years would have been recognized in the third quarter. Without the timing shift, Intuit estimated revenue would have increased 9 percent.

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