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Attendees from your office will each receive a discount off of full Conference registration. To qualify for this discount, please call us at 800-558-3402, ext. 3 or complete and return the
Group Registration form.
Your all-access pass to education sessions, lunch on Tuesday and Wednesday, snacks, the Expo Hall, the Fiesta event on Wednesday evening and all other program-listed events. At Conference, you'll be gaining so much tax knowledge, that after the event, you may wonder how it applies to your client's situation. To help, full Conference registration includes one federal tax question answered by our team of
research specialists. Question available Aug. 3-31, 2020. One per attendee.
Includes education and program-listed events taking place on the applicable day purchased.
Includes access to lunch on Tuesday and Wednesday, Conference Kickoff, Charity Event and the Wednesday evening Fiesta. Guest pass doesn’t include access to sessions. A guest pass can be purchased that only includes the Fiesta.
River Walk boat tour
Hosted by the NATP Texas chapter, join us on Monday evening for hors d'oeuvres and a one-hour River Walk boat tour. Connect with other attendees while learning about the city's culture, history, architecture and timeless charm. Attendees and their guests are encouraged to attend. The schedule and details of this event can be found on the
San Antonio city tour
Want to learn more about our host city? Take a break from classes on Monday afternoon for a bus tour of the city and time to explore Market Square. You'll be picked up from the hotel at 1 p.m. Attendees and their guests can purchase this add-on. The schedule and details of this event can be found on the
UNESCO Missions tour
The heritage of San Antonio is deep and rich. The Missions National Historical Park was named the first World Heritage Site in Texas by the United Nations Organization for Education, Science and Culture (UNESCO), and includes the city’s four southernmost Spanish colonial missions. Learn more about these Spanish colonial missions on Tuesday afternoon. You'll be picked up from the hotel at 1 p.m. Attendees and their guests can purchase this add-on. The schedule and details of this event can be found on the
Get online access to all the courses that you missed! Stream and download all video sessions that display the presenter’s slides with synced audio for virtual re-creation of each presentation. Package contains all event sessions and e-book.
All refund requests are subject to a $75 processing fee. No refunds will be issued after July 20, 2020. No-shows will not be granted refunds. Registration substitutions are accepted, provided the transferee pays any applicable fee difference.