Oct. 8, 2019


Join the fun! Please plan on joining us Nov. 10-13 for our 25th anniversary Annual Fall Meeting at the Hampton Inn & Suites in Orange Beach, Alabama. You can register for this event on our Education page.

To celebrate this occasion, we have designed a t-shirt that is a must-have! The price is $17 via PayPal for sizes XS – XL (XXL & above is an extra $2). Please indicate what size(s) you are needing. The PayPal account is: bama.natp@gmail.com.


Save the date! Our December Updates will be held in Tempe on Dec. 3 (English only), in Northwest Phoenix on Dec. 4 (English and Spanish), and in Tucson on Dec. 6 (English and Spanish). More information will be coming soon.

If you have an unresolved issue that you would like submitted to our IRS liaison, please email Government Relations Co-Chair, Lily dAvalos.

Your California NATP Chapter has two events lined up for you:

  • Oct. 18 is our Annual Conference in La Jolla. Important topics discussed are the Wayfair decision, the Dynamex decision as well as the new law as outlined in AB5. In addition, participants can receive five CEUs for California and one for federal. This is a timely and important conference that you do not want to miss!
  • Nov. 18 will bring the California and Nevada Joint Event, where we will present important topics like cannabis and Schedule C issues.


Save the date!

Are you attending the NATP 1040 Workshop on Tuesday, Oct. 29, at the Sheraton Denver West in Lakewood? If so, please plan on attending our annual Colorado chapter meeting during lunch. We value your input and welcome your attendance and participation. Lunch will be provided, so if you plan on attending the 1040 and having lunch with us, please let us know by emailing Richard Reese at richard@thetaxofficeco.com.

More details to come!


Registration is now open for CT Chapter 2019 Fall Conference. Our keynote speaker is Kevin Huston, EA, USTCP.


The board of your Florida Chapter is hard at work, planning education and other events for you. The most recent newsletter is now available for our upcoming events. You can still join us on our Seas the Day Seminar as we journey to Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao in December. Details are in the newsletter, but act quickly.

We are attempting to expand our regional networking events and have Q&A sessions with tax experts in certain fields. Up-to-date information can be found on our Facebook page, Florida Chapter, National Association of Tax Professionals.


THANK YOU to everyone who came and celebrated our 25th anniversary with us in Dillard, GA, at our fall conference!  We hope you enjoyed the quality education and parties as much as we did.  We can't wait to see you next year.

-    Your GA NATP Chapter Board for 2019-2020


Register today for our Nov. 13, 2019, education event and earn up to 8 CPE
Hilton Waikiki Beach Hotel.

Something for everybody:
  • Taxable Fringe Benefits
  • Depreciation: Bonus vs Sec 179
  • Mortgage Interest/Reverse Mortgages
  • Home Office Issues: S-Corp Home Office and More
  • Trust: Keep it Simple
  • GET

Members ($125) Nonmembers ($150)

Includes a hot lunch buffet with Howard Dicus as guest speaker.
Plus, a networking session (5:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.) with one free drink.
Hope you will join us!


Register now for the Inaugural Meeting of Idaho’s chapter!
Join us at the Candlewood Suites Boise-Meridian from 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. where guest speaker Lara Strombom will be covering the following topics:

  • Ethics Bingo
  • Taking too Much Depreciation
  • Preparing Returns Using a Client’s Quick Book

Bring your laptops as the QuickBooks session is interactive. Find out about the new Idaho chapter and you can earn up to 7 CE credits.


Registration is now open!

The Illinois Annual Conference and Meeting and will be held from Wednesday, Oct. 16 to Friday, Oct. 18.

Join us at the Par-A-Dice Hotel on 21 Blackjack BLVD in East Peoria, IL 61611. Guest speakers for this year’s event are:

  • Tom O’Saben, EA
  • Chris Bird, CFP
  • Douglas Blade, IRS stakeholder liaison

The fall newsletter from Chapter President Tracy Danzer is now available.


Register now to attend the Indiana Fall Conference at the Cardinal Room in Whitestown, Oct. 21- 22. More information can found on our most recent brochure.

With the election coming during our Annual Conference we want to say good luck to the following candidates:
  • Michelle Barker Region 1
  • Matt Hochstetler Region 2
  • Kim Storen Region 3
  • Carol Loftis Region 3
  • Max Woodbury II Region 3
  • Barbara Anderson Region 5

Did you know the most recent change in the Indiana income tax rate was in 2017?


Happy fall from your Iowa chapter! We had a great time at our annual conference in Des Moines last week.

Don't forget, we have two more mini-conferences coming up this fall:
  • Wednesday, Oct. 16 at the Council Bluffs from 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Topics include Schedule E, S-Corp, Basis as well as federal/state updates.
  • Friday, Nov. 22 at the Cedar Rapids from 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Topics include Schedule E, S-Corp, Basis and federal/state updates.

Register now!

We look forward to seeing you!


Registration is now open!

Our next educational event is the Fall Seminar at the Double Tree Hotel, Overland Park, on Nov. 1. Early bird pricing for members is $160 and $185 for nonmembers through Oct 21. Lunch will be provided. Check out the website for up to date information on registration, topics and credits. Register now!

Registration is also open for these additional education offerings:

  • Nov. 15: Annual Conference
  • Nov. 22: Tri-State Luncheon


We enjoyed a wonderful annual meeting with Lisa Ihm! Many participants mentioned it was the best conference they have attended! National representative Jaimee Hammer was on hand to offer support to the KY chapter and provide information on national projects.

New board of director members and chapter officers were elected with terms beginning Jan. 1, 2020. The KY chapter encourages all members to vote for the NATP National Board by Oct. 16.

Massachusetts/Rhode Island

Join the Massachusetts/Rhode Island NATP chapter on Tuesday, Oct. 22, for our Annual Meeting & Education Seminar. This all-day event will be held at the Holiday Inn in Mansfield, MA. The educational event includes continental breakfast, snacks, lunch, vendors and great networking opportunities.

This seminar is limited to the first 100 registrants, so register now!

For more information, please visit our NATP chapter page or visit our official website.


Registration is now open for the Purely Michigan event. This event will take place at six different locations at various times. For a listing of the locations and times, visit our official website.

Join us as instructors Larry Zimbler, Jill Schneider and Marilyn Meredith cover topics such as:
  • NEW forms
  • Pension for 2019 and 2020
  • CR-7
  • PTP updated $ amounts
  • Injured Spouse
  • Amended Returns with AMD
  • Sales Tax and
  • Penalty Waivers


Save the date!

We are really changing things up this year and plan to have a great time at our annual conference and learn a little bit too! We hope you will be able to join us in Biloxi for our annual education seminar this year at the Margaritaville Family Resort on Sunday, Oct. 20. Registration will begin at 3:45 p.m., and while you are there, your materials will be available for pick up.

Although the event has yet to be posted on our MS NATP website, keep a look out. Registration will soon be open!


Come and help us celebrate our 30-year anniversary! Join us on Oct. 18 for our annual conference in St. Charles. Registration fee is $125. If you have been an NATP member for 30-plus years we are offering you a cost of only $30. Your registration includes buffet lunch, refreshments at breaks, door prizes and more.

Register now for 6 hours of continuing education with instructor Tom O'Saben.
We hope to see everyone there!

New Hampshire

Register now for our Oct. 24 Fall Seminar. Join us at the Holiday Inn in Concord and earn up to 7 CPE. Helen O'Planick will be covering five different topics and Joe McCarthy, our new senior stakeholder liaison, will be speaking on "The Next Data Breach Victim Could Be You."

Check out our most recent summer newsletter! It will be another good one!

New Jersey

Stop by our NJ table at the Atlantic City Tax Forum for specific information about our Meet and Greet for NJ members at 5:00 p.m. on Oct. 17.

Please note a change in the location. We will now be meeting at Veracruz at Harrahs. Light appetizers and a drink will be provided by the NJNATP Board of Directors. Hope to see you there!

Dec. 5 will be a half-day seminar. Speaker: Michael Feinberg, Esq. Topic: "Tax Considerations in Buying or Selling a Business."

Please note: Electronic materials for seminars will be sent via email from info@njnatp.com. Please make sure your email does not send this to spam.

NJ Taxing Times fall 2019 newsletter is now available.

New Mexico

Registration is now open for 1040 Update Workshop and The Business Tax Reporting on the 1040 Workshop in Albuquerque on Nov. 11-12. Kathryn Keane, EA will be our instructor! We will also be hosting our Annual Meeting during lunch on Day 1. An RSVP to Amber Gray-Fenner is required for those interested in having lunch with us.

New York

The NY Chapter’s Fall Series is open for registration! See the newsletter for dates, locations and topics!

This year we are hosting our Essential seminar and Comprehensive 201/203 in 18 locations throughout the state!

Our Essential class offers 6 federal CE (including 2 CE for ethics) and 2 hours of material including a New York State speaker! The Comprehensive 201 class offers 8 hours for NY CPAs.

You can register online at our Education page or Call Member services at 800-558-3402 ext. 3.

North Carolina

Don’t miss out! Even though the deadline for early bird registration has passed, there is still time to register for our fantastic Annual Conference, Oct. 21-22, in Flat Rock, NC.

Your registration fee includes the chapter’s 30th-year-anniversary celebratory dinner, games, fire pit, wine, and beer Monday evening! The cost for guests will be $45. Please RSVP for your GUEST to Janet Arias by Tuesday, Oct. 15 via email at jaarias.company@att.net or 704-483-8477.

For more details, please visit our NC NATP website or our official website.


A shout out of “THANK YOU” to our 90+ attendees who attended the Ohio Chapter Annual Conference on Sept. 26-27!  You and the instructors made the event a huge success. We are still blushing from all the wonderful comments left on the surveys. Next year, we will be celebrating our 30th anniversary as a chapter and are already working hard to bring you another great experience.
Please read the latest Ohio Alert – new changes to the tax laws 2019 and forward.


Register now for the 32nd Annual Conference at The Penn Stater Hotel & Conference Center in State College Nov. 7-8! Further information can be found in the agenda!

Topics to include:  
  • IRS, PA and local updates
  • The Sharing Economy
  • Elder Law
  • Tax Reform
  • Trusts and Estates and more…

Registration still available for our PA-40/ & Local Line by Line held at the Penn State Great Valley in Malvern on Oct. 25.   

Register now for the Intro to Tax Preparation class in Douglasville, PA.
Classes offered mornings on Oct. 22, 24, 29 and 31. Second set offered evenings on Nov. 12, 14, 19 and 21.


We are looking for those interested in having a get-together in your area. So far, we have only heard from 10 people, so email us at texasnatp@gmail.com.

Don't forget to use our Texas codes when ordering your QuickFinder (Code Q680) and TheTaxBook (Code 465) products.

The minutes for the Oct. 4 First Friday meeting will be available in the next Chapter News.

Let us know (texasnatp@gmail.com) if you are interested in an EA study group in the Houston area.

The Texas board is here to serve you! Please follow us on Facebook and LinkedIn for more chapter news.


Hello Utah chapter members!

Our 2019 Annual Conference has been approved by National and mailers have gone out. This year we will be looking in depth at the new QBID deduction and to go along with it, we’re hosting Reconstructing Basis for S Corporations. We will also discuss tax implications of crowdfunding and the sharing economy and have an hour of ethics.

Our goal this year is for every member to attend so bring a friend, co-worker or employee.

Register online or mail the registration form in today!


Register today!

Get a preview of the 2019 Vermont tax forms and instructions, including the new medical deduction!  Join us for the very popular Vermont Tax Symposium and Ethics update on Tuesday, Oct. 29, at the Holiday Inn, Burlington.


VA NATP Members!

Our 2019 conference will be here soon. Register today! This year’s conference agenda is packed with two days of continuing education where you can earn up to 16 CPE (14 tax, 2 ethics).

Lunch will be provided both days!

The Annual Chapter meeting will take place on day two at 8:00 a.m. We will be reviewing and updating our chapter bylaws. The proposed changes are now available on our Virginia chapter site under Special Information.

To contact the chapter, send an email to Ricky Carr at ricky.carr@rjcfts.com.


Join WI NATP for the 2019 Seminar & Annual Meeting on Oct. 31 and Nov. 1 at the Wintergreen Resort, Wisconsin Dells, for a $79 room rate.

Speaker: Melinda Garvin

NATP member pricing: $240; lunch included; 14 CPE credits

Sessions include:

  • Losses & Limits for Losses Created by TCJA  
  • Best Practices  
  • Federal Tax Updates  
  • Social Security & Railroad Benefits Reporting
  • Selling or Buying a Tax Practice
  • & MORE!

Check our website for a complete listing of all details, topics and registration.

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