We believe a successful business is built and maintained by focusing on activities that generate revenue. Our mission is to enable our clients to focus on those activities and to let us handle the back office.
Our teams are accessible by email, telephone and fax to receive information, answer questions, and to take care of any urgent issues that arise during the business day.
Leslie C. Brett, E.A.
Occupation: CEO of Brett Professional Services, Inc., Enrolled Agent (E.A.), Accountant, Certified Acceptance Agent (C.A.A.), Certified Legal Assistant, and Notary for the State of Alabama.
Certifications: Certified Legal Assistant and Notary
Minor: Associate of Arts
Major: Bachelor of Science in Business/Accounting
Leslie’s father is a Retired United States Coast Guard Captain and married to her mother, former Pan Am Stewardess and Washington D.C. tour guide, since 1968. Her mother was born and raised in Glasgow, Scotland and her father was born in Buffalo, New York. She was born on Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland. She is a dual-citizen of Great Britain and The United States of America. She has one older brother who lives in Atlanta, Georgia with his family. She has been married since 2000 and has two daughters.
She has lived in numerous states due to her father’s military career. She has lived in Maryland, Virginia, Rhode Island, New York, Texas, and Alabama. She graduated high school in Alexandria, Virginia from Hayfield High School, Class of 1993. She has spent time studying at Radford University, Northern Virginia Community College, Montgomery College, University of South Alabama, and the University of Phoenix.
Leslie opened Brett Professional Services, Inc., June, 2007. She became a Notary for the State of Alabama in 2007 and continues her notary to date.
Leslie obtained a Certified Legal Assistant Certificate from the University of South Alabama in 2000.
Leslie obtained an Associate of Arts (AAACC) from the University of Phoenix in 2010. She obtained a Bachelor of Science in Business/Accounting (BSB/ACC) from the University of Phoenix in 2015.
Leslie became a Certifying Acceptance Agent (CAA) for the ITIN program in 2007. A Certifying Acceptance Agent is a person or an entity who pursuant to a written agreement with the IRS, is authorized to assist individuals and other foreign persons who do not qualify for a Social Security Number, but who still need a Tax Identification Number (TIN) for federal and state tax purposes. A CAA is not only authorized to help an alien individual and other foreign people in getting ITINs, but also to confirm that he/she checked and accepted original supporting documentation, purging the need to send original documents to the Internal Revenue Service, if over the age of Eighteen (18).
Leslie became an Enrolled Agent (E.A.) in June 2015. An Enrolled Agent (EA) is a federally-authorized tax practitioner who has technical expertise in the field of taxation, who passed all parts of the IRS Special Enrollment Exams in the field of taxation, and who is empowered by the United States Department of the Treasury to represent taxpayers before all administrative levels—examination, collection, and appeals—of the Internal Revenue Service. Only Enrolled Agents, attorneys, and CPAs have unlimited rights to represent taxpayers before the IRS.
Amy L. Robertson
Occupation: Staff Accountant – Tax Accountant
Doctor of Jurisprudence, Mississippi College School of Law, cum laude
Master of Science in Tax Accounting, Louisiana State University
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Auburn University
Amy is originally from Alabama but has lived in Mississippi since 2000. She has one daughter, Georgia May. Amy has a J.D. degree, Master of Science in Tax Accounting, and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (Accounting).
Prior to obtaining her law degree, Amy had fifteen years’ experience in public accounting. She is familiar with tax, general bookkeeping, and payroll. Ms. Robertson has also taught online accounting courses for South University, Kaplan University and Rasmussen College.
During law school, Amy was a member of the MC Law Moot Court Board. She received the American Jurisprudence Award in Trial Practice, as well as the Best Paper Award in Domestic Relations. Amy successfully passed the February 2019 Alabama Bar Examination and plans to sit for the Mississippi Bar Examination, as well. Once Amy is sworn into practice, she will be empowered by the U.S. Department of the Treasury to represent taxpayers before all administrative levels of the Internal Revenue Service, as well as authorized to litigate tax cases in the federal courts.
In her spare time, she loves spending time with family and friends, her two Labrador Retrievers, and cheering for the LSU Tigers.
Theresa Redditt, nicknamed Terri, is a payroll clerk who works with small companies to help them understand the mechanics of payroll, file and pay payroll taxes and resolve any issues they may have incurred in the past with the IRS and local taxing authorities.
Terri started her human resources career with a local start-up bank. Her role as a human resources officer ranged from establishing employee benefits, negotiating health insurance rates, recruiting new employees and processing payroll. She has worked for companies ranging from 1 to 300 employees. Because of her past experience with payroll, Terri is familiar with all aspects of payroll.
Terri is a graduate from Troy University with a degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Human Resources. She is a native of Foley, AL. She and her husband, Wayne, have two children.
Occupation: Office Manager
Juli is from Texas and lived in Missouri before moving to Alabama in 2015. She has a degree in Communication Disorders from Baylor University. Her work background consists of teaching, human resources, recruiting, and medical collection/transport as well as real estate investment coordination. She and her husband have been married for 30 years and have two grown children that are Auburn grads. Their three grandchildren are busy little Auburn Tigers! She loves animals, history, reading, rainy days and beach time.