December 3, 2019


It’s not too late! You can still register at the door for our December Updates in Northwest Phoenix on Dec. 4 (English and Spanish), and in Tucson on Dec. 6 (English only). For locations and more information, check out our website.

A summary from the Nov. 1 First Friday Hot Issues with Evelyn Dyson Lee, senior stakeholder liaison – area four, is now available.


As you're preparing your office for the 2019 tax year, please remember to use some of the information and forms that NATP makes available to its members. Take advantage of the tools available to you to help make the start of tax season seamless.


Happy holidays from your GA Board of Directors.  We want to take this opportunity to wish each of you a happiest of holidays. Check your email in the next few weeks for the winter edition of our newsletter. As always check us out on Facebook.


Registration is still open for our last Purely Michigan event in Lansing on Dec. 5. See our website for more information and to register.

Join us for our Last Chance education event on Jan. 10, 2020.

New location this year! The Causeway Bay Lansing Hotel in East Lansing.

We’ll be covering federal changes/updates, along with Michigan and city updates, new forms, new questions, due diligence, QBI updates and much more.

Don't miss our Last Chance with information to complete 2019 returns and planning for 2020.

See you there!


MNSEA & MN NATP – Tax updates: Jan. 2-3, 2020, at the Double Tree by Hilton, Bloomington, MN.
Day one includes: Nathan Borstad (WI), Mark Drause (MN) and Karen Brehmer – IRS updates.
Day one fee: $50 through MNSEA.
Register now!

Day two with Kris Bird: Review of Tax Changes, Sec 199a & Explanation of Forms.

Day two fee: Early bird is $200 by Dec. 20, $240 after. Register now!

Our Winter newsletter is now available!

New Hampshire

The Autumn Newsletter is now available. Check it out!

Also, remember to register for the Winter Seminar on Dec. 5, 2019, at the Holiday Inn. Tax folks from NH and ME will be on hand, and there will be a presentation on partnerships and single member LLCs, and Section 199A.

New Jersey

Last chance to register for our 1/2 day, Dec. 5 Seminar "Tax Considerations in Buying or Selling a Business," with Michael Feinberg, Esq.

Registration is now open for our "Famous NJ Tax Seminar," Saturday, Jan. 11, 2020, in Iselin, NJ.  Sessions include:
  • NJ Individual and Business Tax Updates
  • Homestead Rebate and Tax Freeze Updates
  • NJ Inheritance Issues
  • NJ Sales Tax Audits
  • Identity Theft and Cyber Security
  • NY Individual Updates

New York

Our Fall Series continues! Visit our education page for details.

NYS tax preparer education is now open for 2020!

You must register, or renew with the NYS Tax Department for every year in which you are paid to prepare one or more NYS tax returns or will facilitate a refund anticipation loan/check (RAL/RAC).

You are exempt if you are an attorney, CPA, PA, EA, volunteer tax preparer, employee of the above or employee of a business who only prepares the business’ tax returns.

For more information check out the November Newsletter!

North Carolina

Our fall 2019 newsletter has arrived!

Please see our website to read about our recent 30-year NATP chapter anniversary annual meeting and to get more details about our upcoming 2020 NC tax seminar.


Come help fill the seats for first ever Ohio Chapter of NATP and Columbus Blue Jackets National Hockey League game on Monday, Dec. 16, 2019. Wear NATP gear and CBJ gear to stand out at both the Ohio Tax Update and the game! Discount tickets are available!


Order your PA Dept. of Revenue 2019 seminar handbook. An excellent resource for PA updates and information including general updates, pass-through business updates, taxpayer rights advocate, personal income tax, corporate taxes and enforcement planning updates. Included is the local information presented at our Annual conference from Bill Leonard (Berkheimer); Earned Income, Local Services and Business Privilege Taxes, and Michael Mazzella, Esq. (Keystone); Issues in Local Earned Income Taxation.


Our local IRS liaison asked us to share the latest IRS news release from Nov. 18 (also in Spanish).

We are currently working on the 2020 educational opportunities. Feel free to email us at mtexasnatp@gmail.com for any ideas, concerns or questions.

Your Texas Board of Directors wishes you happy holidays and hope that your Thanksgiving was filled with many blessings.

More info and updates can be found on Facebook and LinkedIn.

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