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  • Member Profile: Lelar Wilson, LNC Tax Relief

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    Co-founder and co-owner of LNC Tax Relief Lelar Wilson is drawing on decades of experience working for the IRS to help River Region small businesses understand tax issues and find solutions to their tax problems.
    When and why did you start LNC Tax Relief? I retired in 2012, after a 34-year career with the U.S. Department of the Treasury as a Revenue Officer with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). In January of 2013, I realized with my background as a Licensed Enrolled Agent with the IRS that I had acquired a wealth of knowledge that afforded me the opportunity to provide valuable services to my community. At that time, I established LNC Tax Relief, LLC.

    How many employees does your business have? LNC Tax Relief is run by me and my husband, Clarence, who has more than 40 years of experience in tax preparation and accounting. We maintain that smaller is bigger because we thrive on providing intimate personal services to our clients.

    What are LNC services? We deliver professional representation before the IRS as well as tax preparation and tax consultation. Some of our specialized services include but are not limited to: levies and liens, fresh start initiatives, installment agreements, currently not collectable accounts, offer in compromises, trust fund liabilities and seizure and sales.
    What one piece of tax advice would you give a small business owner? To file and pay your taxes when due. However, I do realize that due  to extenuating circumstances, this may not always be possible. This problem is why LNC was established: to provide clients with solutions and independent representation to resolve their tax issues with IRS.
    What are your interests outside of work? I enjoy walking and planting in my garden. I also enjoy providing community services through my church, Maggie Street Missionary Baptist Church, and through Alpha Kappa Sorority, Inc., Beta Nu Omega Chapter, where I am a Silver/ Life Member. And the icing on the cake is visiting and spending time with my grandchildren.
    Adding Up Accolades
    In 2019, Wilson was honored to receive a Senior Achievement award from the Montgomery Area Council on Aging (MACOA). She is also an Alabama Goodwill Ambassador, and in 2016 along with her husband, she was honored for Outstanding Support for serving 60 classes of Foreign Officers. She and her husband are also past Chamber Ambassadors.
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