• Fast Forward Accounting Solutions
  • Fast Forward Accounting Solutions
  • Fast Forward Accounting Solutions

Welcome To Fast Forward Accounting Solutions

Fast Forward Accounting Solutions is a client focused accounting firm that serves business throughout South Florida.  We are dedicated to providing professional, personalized services that help owners and management concentrate their time and energy on running a successful business.

We offer a blend of personal service and expertise across a broad range of services for business owners, executives and independent professionals, including…


Fractional CFO Service

• Interim and Project Staffing

• Quickbooks Support and Consulting

• Audit Preparation

• Income Tax Preparation

• Bookkeeping






Fast Forward Accounting Solutions   •   2834 University Drive, Coral Springs, Florida 33065   •   954.821.5378


Please feel free to call us for a free initial consultation

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Over 60 Million Tax Returns Could Be Completed Automatically, Study Shows

The IRS may have the ability to automate nearly half of tax returns, according to a paper from the National Bureau of Economic Research. The findings show the agency could correctly auto-fill an estimated 62 million to 73 million returns with information it already has, covering 41% to 48% of taxpayers. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Child Tax Credit: Advocates Propose New Way To Expand Monthly Payments For Parents

CTC legislation wasn’t renewed in 2022, which means that eligible households have not received payments this year. The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities reported that making the expanded CTC permanent would reduce childhood poverty, but lawmakers haven’t yet continued the expanded credit. To make up for the lack in federal benefits, CBPP policy analysts are urging state governments to create their own child tax credits. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

So You Missed The Tax-Filing Deadline. Now What?

The official tax filing due date was Monday, April 18 or Monday, Oct. 17 for those who applied for an extension. If you did neither, the question now is: What are the repercussions for you and how can you minimize them? The answers depend on whether you’re owed a refund or whether you still owe the IRS money for 2021. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE