Who We Are
F&S started in June 2002 in Weston specializing in the development of business plans and market research. In 2006, its founder, Rafael Ferrer launched the Tax Division as part of the integral services for entrepreneurs and in 2008, the Company opened its Accounting Division and incorporated additional services such as Business Valuation, Tax Planning and Payroll.
At F&S we focus on four core strengths required to win in the Financial Service Industry and we are structured and designed to lead in each of these areas:
- Client Understanding: As a small firm, it is our priority to fully understand our clients. Each one of our stakeholders is important for us. For this reason, we provide personalized service and strive to excel in customer service in everything we do with our highest sense of ownership, excellence and urgency.
- Expertise: We perform in the business of ideas and solutions. As such, our knowledge base is our most valuable asset, reason why every year, F&S invests important resources in refreshing knowledge on an annual basis with some of the most recognized business sources such as: Bloomberg, Baker & McKenzie, IRS, NATP and NSA. By doing so, we ensure our professionals to be up-to-date with the latest laws, trends, regulations and tools available for our clients.
- Create Value: Part of our core vision is to generate value in everything we do. Though generic, Value is more important than profits. Value embodies long-term recognition and branding. It also includes from corporate culture to work processes. By assuming this responsibility as part of our vision, the client can rest assured each decision we make on their behalf is in pro of the long run.
- Serious Fun: We are passionate about what we do. There is no other way to excel. It is our passion. That is how we are who we are. We are F&S.
Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.
A fool with a plan can outsmart a genius any day.
Creativity isn’t worth a thing if it isn’t served with an equal amount of reliability.
If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.