Download a PDF of the Course Descriptions for the 2013 National Conference. An overview of the tracks is listed below.
Individual sessions from Levels 1 and 3, the Graduate Level in Representation or the Tax Preparation Issues track may be selected as part of the Open track. NAEA’s National Conference will be held August 4-6, 2013 at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Full information on the National Conference can be found at www.naea.org.
Schedule Note: Classes will be held daily from 8:00am-4:40pm. A morning and afternoon break will be provided from 9:40am-10:00am and 2:40pm-3:00pm. In addition, the conference will break for lunch (on your own) from 11:40am-1:00pm daily.
At its core, NTPI is a three-level program developed to sharpen the skills of practitioners at all stages of their careers. With each level of this program, participants expand their knowledge and skills, and gain the confidence needed to guide their clients successfully through the often challenging maze of the Internal Revenue Code, tax regulations and agency structure.
Enrolled agents who successfully complete Levels 1, 2 and 3 (in order) become NAEA’s National Tax Practice Institute™ Fellows. Those who become Fellows join ranks with others who have achieved the highest educational achievement in representation. Prospective clients using the ”Find an Enrolled Agent” directory on the NAEA website may include “Fellow” in their search criteria. The member profiles of Fellows also showcase this designation, adding a level of distinction to their expertise.
All sessions qualify for CE credit. NTPI Levels 1, 2, and 3 are open only to enrolled agents, CPAs, and tax attorneys.
The Tax Preparation track is well-known for exploring and explaining complex tax problems. This track is open to all tax preparers.