Accounting & Payroll Services

The team at Flores Financial Services is here to provide you with a quality back office ensuring that all of your accounting and payroll needs are not only met but also exceeded. From accounts payable to financial statement reporting Flores Financial is here to help you understand and grow your operation, we work with you as a vital part of your team because your success is our success…

Human Resources & Consulting

Flores Financial professionals are here to provide quality financial and human resources consulting specifically focused on increasing the profitability and success of our clients. Our human resources department can keep your business legally compliant while working with you to administer a variety of programs beneficial to not only you as the employer but to your valued employees as well…

Flores Financial has been a great company to work with. Their staff is very friendly and professional. When I call, they answer! If there are ever any mistakes, they're always our fault. I often find myself telling them, "You’re the bomb!"

—Tyler Charman, Owner, Firehouse Bar & Grill

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June 2012 Newsletter

FFS celebrates it's 10 year anniversary! Read about our journey these past 10 years. Plus stay up to date on the tipped income debate and why it is a lose/lose battle. Also stay refreshed on hiring practices for minors, a key reminder for the upcoming summer season.

Friday June 8, 2012 in Newsletters

Special Notice: NLRB Posting Requirement

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has delayed its new notice-posting rule indefinitely. The posting requirement applies to both union and nonunion employers, and it requires employers to notify their employees of their rights under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) and to explain what types of employer and union behavior might violate the NLRA.

Wednesday April 25, 2012 in Breaking news

Breaking News

On April 12, 2012 the California Supreme Court issued its long-awaited opinion in Brinker Restaurant Corporation v. Superior Court (Hohnbaum), holding that an employer's obligation with respect to meal periods is to relieve an employee of all duty, but does not include prohibiting an employee from working. Read more here...

Thursday April 12, 2012 in Breaking news
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