Our National Conference is energizing! Rejuvenate your focus and determination. Find new ideas to implement, build your practice and expand your knowledge while learning from the industry’s best instructors. Reconnect with old friends and make new ones.
Join us July 20-23 at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside—the center of all the action! Just outside the doors of the hotel, the French Quarter awaits you with world class dining, rich history, vibrant art and music.
All 4 Days - Member||$806|
|All 4 Days - Nonmember|
(includes free membership)
Nonmembers will receive one year of NATP membership at no cost*. A $193 savings! Only nonmembers who register for the full conference and have not been members in the past 12 months are eligible for free membership.
SAVE EVEN MORE - When you register more than one attendee at the full Conference price, all attendees from your office will each receive $52 off their full Conference registration fee. To qualify for this discount, please submit all registrations together by mail or call 800.558.3402. The $52 discount is available on both member and nonmember pricing.
Cancellations received prior to July 13 are subject to a $50 processing fee. Refunds will not be granted after July 13. No-shows will not be granted refunds.
Register by mail or with a check by completing the
2015 Live Education Registration Form.
*You must agree to the following wording prior to signing up for the Nonmember/Membership. If you cannot agree to the wording please contact Member Services or go to natptax.com/checkbox for more information.
A member must notify the association in writing within 30 days of any conviction or guilty plea against him or her by any federal or state court or regulatory authority involving a felony or other crime or unlawful conduct involving a minor, theft, fraud or embezzlement, and that you have not during the ten years prior to application for or renewal of membership been the subject of a civil suit settlement or judgment involving theft, fraudulent taking or embezzlement of an amount greater than $5,000. If you have previously disclosed such a violation and been exonerated by the NATP Ethics Panel, you need not disclose that same violation again.