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For his "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer spoke with Brad Smith, chairman and CEO of Intuit (INTU) - Get Report , the cloud software provider that just posted a three-cents-a-share earnings beat with a 12% rise in revenues. Shares of Intuit are up 18% in 2017.

Smith started off by saying that "No one ever gets excited to do their taxes," which is why Intuit's TurboTax products continue to grow in popularity. He said of the 155 million taxpayers, nearly 85 million of them still see a professional in person, which is why they've now added an SOS service that connects taxpayers with live help to get their questions answered.

What would a simpler tax code mean for Intuit? Smith said that any effort to make filing taxes easier would mean that more people would do it themselves and that's great news for Intuit.

Intuit is no stranger to the gig economy, as the company has products specifically for the self-employed and freelancers.

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