2019 Annual Meeting & Seminar

Massachusetts / Rhode Island NATP Chapter Annual Meeting & Educational Seminar October 22nd 2019





Join the Massachusetts / Rhode Island NATP Chapter on Tuesday, October 22nd, 2019 for our Annual Meeting & Educational Seminar. This all day event will be held at the Holiday Inn in Mansfield, MA. We have negotiated a room rate of $119 if you would like to stay at the hotel. Please book this by October 11th and mention that you are with NATP. Registration details are below, and is handled online by National. Take a look at the details on our speaker and topics provided in this great Continuing Education  opportunity including continental breakfast, snacks, lunch, vendors and great networking opportunities. This seminar is limited to the First 100 Registrants!


  • For online registration with credit card, click here.
  • To register by phone, fax or mail, click for the registration form.
  • After October 21st, please print the form (see link above) and register at the door.

Registration 7:00 am to 7:45 am (Continental Breakfast Included)
Education 7:45 am to 5:00 pm
Annual Meeting Prior to Lunch (Lunch Included)

CE Credits -
8 Federal Tax Law Topics


Speaker - Kathryn Morgan, EA, NTPI Fellow


Topics:

Tax Research Tips

Residential Rentals

Working From Home

Taxes in Divorce


Kathy just completed her 24th year with H&R Block working in the Bossier City Premium office. Her prior careers as a USAF military police officer and as a police communications officer for the Bossier City Police give her a wide variety of experience that translate into tax issues. She proudly holds the titles of Enrolled Agent, Fellow NTPI, Instructor, and Representation Specialist.

She has been published by several tax research companies, including Parker Tax Publishing and TaxConnections.com. She is a accomplished speaker and instructor on a wide variety of tax issues. Through her company, Puzzled By Taxes?, she offers speaking, writing, and instruction.

Kathy lives and practices in the Shreveport Louisiana area and when not "talking tax" she enjoys spending time with her grandchildren and family, writing and reading.



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