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					National Tax Institute




     2010 Resort Conference
     and Self-Study Program
     CPE for Accountants in
     Public Accounting and Industry.
          INTRODUCTION

NTI has been perfecting
the art of resort CPE.
Exciting International Conference
Locations: 22 locations in 2010                                            Table of Contents
Share memorable experiences with your family                               Faculty                                1
while attending an NTI conference at some of the                           2010 Curriculum                        2
finest locations in the world. This year, join us in                       Resort Conferences                     4
Taoromina, Sicily, cruise the Baltic Sea, swim with                        Registration                           27
the dolphins in Hawaii, walk Grand Cayman’s Seven-
                                                                           CPE on CD-ROM                          29
Mile Beach, shop during Christmas in New York,
and celebrate New Year’s in Walt Disney World®.                            Self-Study Courses                     30

A distinguished participant network:
Studies show that NTI customers are better educated
and more accomplished professionals than our                               “The perfect blend
competition. Conference session discussions and
casual conversation provide interesting insights and
                                                                            of high-quality
the opportunity to start long-term friendships and                          education and
business relationships.                                                     impressive leisure
An impressive national faculty - recog-                                     for my family. 14
nized authorities                                                           years in a row and
NTI’s speaker roster is a virtual Who’s Who of the                          still going strong.”
most respected names in the accounting profession.
                                                                            James Douglas, CPA
Flexible CPE:                                                               Michigan
The conference hours are structured to allow you to
balance your education time with leisure. At each
location there are 24 hours of group study (live) CPE and the remaining 16 hours in self
study will be distributed on site (based on 40 CPEs). Of course you can purchase less than
40 CPEs and can mix and match the number of live and self study credit hours.

QAS an NASBA Requirements
                    National Tax Institute is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy
                    (NASBA), as a Quality Assurance Service (QAS) sponsor of continuing professional education.
                    State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE
                    credit. Complaints regarding QAS sponsors may be addressed to the National Registry of CPE
                    Sponsors, 150 Fourth Avenue North, Suite 700, Nashville, TN, 37219-2417.
                    Web site: www.nasba.org. Sponsor #5.

                    National Tax Institute®, Inc. is registered with the National Association of State Boards of
                    Accountancy (NASBA), as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National
                    Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance
                    of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may
                    be addressed to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors, 150 Fourth Avenue, Suite 700,
                    Nashville, TN, 37219-2417. Web site: www.nasba.org. NTI NASBA Sponsor Number: 103075
                    QAS Sponsor Number: 005.


CFPs: National Tax Institute is registered with the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc.
CLE: Tax courses qualify for CLE in most states. CLE credit is granted on a scale of 60 minutes per hour versus
50 minutes for CPE. Please ask for details.
Enrolled Agents: NTI is registered with the IRS Director of Practice (#266).
                                                     FAMED FACULTY
Our speakers have:                                    J. RUSSELL MADRAY, CPA, CIA, CMA CFM
                                                      President of The Madray Group, assisting busi-
•	Won more than 500 “Top Instructor” awards           nesses, accounting firms, and other organiza-
  during their careers.                               tions in understanding and implementing tech-
•	Given more than 22,000 lectures to more than        nical accounting and auditing issues. Author of
  3 million participants.                             several of the profession’s best-selling books
•	Collectively received ratings averaging 4.84 on     and many of the AICPA’s publications.
  a scale of 5.0.
•	Authored more than 712 books, articles, and         KURT OESTRIECHER, CPA
  manuals with more than 220,000 pages on             Partner with the firm of Oestriecher and
  their specialties.                                  Company, CPA’s. Past member of the AICPA
•	More than 930 years of experience in their          Accounting and Review Services Committee
  profession.                                         (ARSC). Author or co-author of numerous
•	Been quoted in the Wall Street Journal and          publications including Understanding and
  other national periodicals on a regular basis.      Implementing SAS No. 112. Multiple recipient of
•	Regularly appeared as experts on national           the AICPA Oustanding Discussion Leader award.
  networks such as CNN, CNBC, and ABC News.           ROBERT J. RANWEILER, CPA, MBA
•	Testified before the U.S. Senate and House          Principal with the firm of Larson Allen, practic-
  Committees.                                         ing in New Ulm, Minnesota. Author of various
                                                      manuals and books published by the AICPA and
VINCENT BONAZZOLI, JD                                 PPC. AICPA Outstanding Discussion Leader
Principal of The Vincent E. Bonazzoli Law Firm,       award recipient.
P.C., a firm concentrating in Advanced and Gen-
eral Estate Planning and Retirement and Wealth        MICHAEL SCHLESINGER, JD, LLM
Strategies. Instructor for the CFP Program at         Partner with the firm of Schlesinger & Sussman,
Boston University and Michigan State University.      New York, NY. Former Adjunct Professor of Law,
                                                      Pace University Law School. Author of Practical
THOMAS M. BRINKER, JR., CPA, PFS, ChFC,               Guide to S Corporations. (CCH 4th edition)
CFE, AEP
Professor of Accounting at Arcadia University         SHELDON SMITH, JD, LLM
in Pennsylvania and tax consultant to CPA             Partner with the Denver law firm of Holme,
firms with prior experience at both Coopers           Roberts and Owen LLP specializing in employee
& Lybrand and Arthur Young & Company.                 benefits and advising clients on ERISA. Member
                                                      of the adjunct faculty of University of Denver
RICAHRD DELGAUDIO, CPA, MBA                           College of Law. Selected to Best Lawyers in
Former Dean of Business School at Merrimack           America, Who’s Who in American Law and
College. Member AICPA Accounting and Review           Who’s Who in American Education.
Services Committee. Author of Reports, Reports,
Reports and other publications.                       GARY SULLIVAN, CPA, CFP, PFS
                                                      Founder, Landmark Wealth Advisors, LLC.
SAMUEL A. DYCKMAN, JD, LLM, CPA                       Faculty member of the Boston University Financial
Professor Emeritus of Taxation, Baruch College,       Planning program. Outstanding Discussion
CUNY. Famed author, lecturer, and recipient           Leader award recipient.
of the Baruch College Presidential Excellence
Award in Teaching. Tax consultant to Eisner &         JAMES P. SWEENEY, CPA, CVA, MBA, MTAX
Lubin, LLP.                                           Tax resource partner with RSM McGladrey and
                                                      McGladrey and Pullen, LLP specializing in plan-
STEVEN C. FUSTOLO, CPA, MBA                           ning for clients throughout the United States.
Partner with the CPA firm of James J. Fox &           National Chairman and Co-Chairman of several
Company. AICPA author and national columnist          AICPA committee and subcommittee working
for various publications including The Practical      groups, including lead author of practitioner
Accountant. Outstanding Discussion Leader award       public comments papers regarding proposed
recipient. Award-winning author of more than          regulations issued to the Internal Revenue Ser-
nine books and courses.                               vice on behalf of the Tax Section of the AICPA.
ALBERT L. GRASSO, JD, LLM
An attorney, is counsel to and former President of
the law firm of Chuhak & Tecson, PC in Chicago.
He is also a member of the American Illinois,
Chicago and District of Columbia Bar Associations.


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 call CPE Meetings, NTI’s exclusive                                fax: 781-272-9258
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            TOPICS
Taxation and Personal
Financial Planning                                          “There is no better way
Prerequisite: Basic understanding of taxation                to get your CPE. The
Advanced preparation: None                                   ability to earn 40 CPE
Category: Taxes
Level: Intermediate                                          between class-time and
Recommended CPE hours: 6*                                    self-study, combined
Objectives and descriptions are noted below
Delivery mode: Group live
                                                             with fantastic locations,
                                                             is unbeatable.”
2010 Federal Income Tax Update
This federal income tax update deals with the                Carol Pigott, CPA
latest individual tax changes affecting 2010,
including new tax legislation. Topics include:
                                                             Oregon
planning after-tax reform, new cases, rulings
and regulations, hot planning opportunities,
and more. The majority of this course relates
to changes affecting individual taxation.
                                                        Estate Planning: What’s Next?
2010 Business Tax Developments                          Congress has muddied estate and gift tax plan-
This course focuses on the latest federal in-           ning yet again. This session will focus on the
come tax changes affecting businesses, includ-          impact of changes (and lack of them) and the
ing C and S corporations, LLCs/partnerships             difficulties imposed on practitioners in plan-
and sole proprietorships. This course will also         ning estates for their clients. Included in the
discuss any pending or recent tax law changes.          discussion will be the impact of tax law changes
                                                        on GRATs, CLATs, CLUTs, family partnerships,
Business and Real Estate Tax Update and                 IDGTs, and other planning tools.
Other Hot Topics
In addition to reviewing current developments in        New Developments - Estate, Gift and
business and real estate taxation, this seminar         Retirement Planning
includes timely topical coverage on some of today’s     This course deals with recent cases and rulings
most unique tax considerations confronting              related to estate planning including those affecting
practitioners. This year’s session may include:         business valuations, discounts, hot topics, plan-
“Real Estate Oddities,” (including PALs and Vaca-       ning strategies, and more. Topics will also include
tion Home Rules;) “Tax Planning Opportunities           a discussion of pending legislation affecting estate
with Charitable Transfers,” (including CRTs and         and gift taxation.
CLTs;) “Tax Conduits – Planning for Formation,
Operation, and Disposition;” “Reviewing Federal         Selected Tax and Legal Issues - 2010
Income Tax Traps (or Treasures) for Individuals,”       This course addresses a series of important
(including the AMT;) and/or “Is Basis Basic”            issues affecting businesses and individuals. Topics
Unraveling Basis Rules.”                                vary depending on what is currently occurring and
                                                        may include business tax strategies, employment
Health Care Reform and Taxation –                       law issues, health care legislation, and more.
What it Means to You and Your Clients
In the thousands of pages of healthcare legisla-        Investment and Retirement Planning Update
tion are innumerable changes to the tax law and         One of the most significant changes in tax law
plan design of the past. This session will focus        involves retirement plans. Many changes occur
on healthcare reform from the standpoint of             almost daily, even without Congressional action.
the tax practitioner and the impact the changes         This session will identify and explain the chang-
will have on exclusions, deductions, recogni-           es that impact retirement plans, your practice
tion, penalties and mandates. This is a not-to-         and your own retirement planning. The second
be missed course to help the practitioner get           half of the course will address investment plan-
ahead of the curve as the new laws phase in.            ning in the wake of the financial meltdown and
                                                        a volatile financial market.




                                          800-588-8491
 To register, or for hotel information,
 call CPE Meetings, NTI’s exclusive                                   fax: 781-272-9258
 conference reservation specialists.                                  e-mail: info@nti-inc.com
   2            www.nti-inc.com                       For airfares and car rentals: 800-336-8297
                                                                                  TOPICS
Management and Business                               Selected Accounting and Reporting
                                                      Issues-2010
Consulting                                            This course explores current issues that are
Prerequisite and advanced preparation: None           important to small business managers, own-
Category: Specialized knowledge                       ers, and their accountants. Some of the issues
Level: Basic unless otherwise noted                   covered include: Big GAAP vs. Little GAAP,
Recommended CPE hours: 6*                             International Financial Reporting Standards for
Objectives and descriptions are noted below           Private Entities, compilation and review reports,
Delivery mode: Group live                             fair value measurement and disclosure, and
                                                      independence issues. (3 hours accounting, 3
The Aftermath of the Financial Meltdown               hours auditing).
As there are signs that the worst of the financial
meltdown and great recession may be behind            Unusual GAAP
the U. S. economy, the landscape of Wall Street       This course reviews unusual reporting and dis-
and the financial industry is about to dramati-       closure issues that develop in practice including
cally change as Congress and various regula-          questions such as how to disclose life insur-
tors seek to safeguard against another melt-          ance, leases, catastrophes, agreements not to
down in the future.                                   compete, and investments, how to disclose and
This course will review the dramatic changes          present OCBOA financial statements, and more.
that are about to take place in the wake of the       (6 hours accounting).
financial meltdown that began in 2007, resulting
                                                      New Developments: Compilation and
in the collapse of many large financial institu-
                                                      Review Engagements
tions, the $700 billion government “bailout,” and
                                                      In 2010, the rules for compilation and review
subsequent government actions. The course will
                                                      engagements are going to change with the
examine pending legislation, proposed regulatory
                                                      most extensive overhaul since their inception
changes, the executive compensation and bonus
                                                      in 1978. This course deals with the new rules
controversy, the “too big to fail” concept, the
                                                      and addresses other planning issues related
implications of moral hazard, SEC issues, revised
                                                      to compilation and review engagements.
financial accounting and auditing standards, and
                                                      (6 hours auditing).
more. (6 hours - Specialized Knowledge)
                                                      *Each course consists of 6 hours of Group Live CPE. In addition
Accounting and Auditing                               to the Group Live CPE offered, participants can choose from a
                                                      selection of self-study courses that supplement the remainder of
Prerequisite: Basic understanding of                  their total CPE hours purchased. Self-study hours will be distrib-
accounting and auditing                               uted at the conferences. Recommended CPE hours are based on
Advanced preparation: None                            the NASBA’s Registry-QAS measurement of 50 minutes per CPE
                                                      hour. Certain states grant CPE credit using different measure-
Category: Accounting or Auditing                      ments. Please consult with your state licensing board.
(see breakout for each individual course)
Level: Intermediate
Recommended CPE hours: 6*
Objectives and descriptions are noted below               “What a combination -
Delivery mode: Group live
                                                           superb speakers,
2010 FASB, SSARS and SAS Update and Other                  current topics, and
Developments Affecting the Profession
This course deals with the latest changes in               exotic locations!”
accounting, auditing and compilation and review
pronouncements of interest to accountants in
                                                           Fred Shinis, CPA
public accounting and industry. Topics include:            New Jersey
recently issued FASB and AICPA accounting
statements, new developments in compilation
and review, recently issued auditing pronounce-
ments, practice issues related to peer review,
new ethics rulings, and more. (4 hours Accounting,
2 hours Auditing)




                                          800-588-8491
 To register, or for hotel information,
 call CPE Meetings, NTI’s exclusive                                    fax: 781-272-9258
 conference reservation specialists.                                   e-mail: info@nti-inc.com
       www.nti-inc.com                        For airfares and car rentals: 800-336-8297                           3
             ARUBA
             DUTCH CARIBBEAN
                                                                                                                          MAY 21-28




Located in the Southern Caribbean, Aruba has been blessed with miles of pristine ivory beach and
clear azure water. Aruba’s trademark “Divi” trees dot the island landscape, while year round sunshine
and cooling trade winds make it a paradise haven. From exquisite dining experiences; world-class
shopping, a myriad of sports and activities, exciting nightlife, dazzling shows, and casino gambling to
historic landmarks and museums - all are enjoyed on the magnificent island of Aruba. Bon Bini!.
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS:
Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort & Casino – this luxury resort, located on twelve beautiful acres recently completed
$12 million in renovations. With its ideal local on Palm Beach, guests have a myriad of activities from which to
choose: a variety of water sports, cruise the island in a jeep rally, try your luck at the gaming tables, golf or just
relax and enjoy. The Hyatt Aruba offers the finest in resort amenities and luxury - with this winning combination
shared with its beachfront location, friendly, attentive service and resort ambiance - it is a sure visit to paradise.
Hotel rating: AAA 4-Diamond.
GROUP BASE HOTEL PACKAGE:
  •	 8 days/7 nights: Ocean/Pool View: $980 per person based on double occupancy including hotel taxes.
  •	 Upgrade: Ask for details.
  •	 Package excludes the cost of conference fee.

 May 21     Fri      Arrival
                     5:30 - 6:00pm          Hospitality Desk - Welcome to Aruba Orientation Meeting
 May 22     Sat      7:30am-12:50pm         2010 Federal Income Tax Update
                                            CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                     6:00pm-7:00pm          Cocktail reception hosted by National Tax Institute®
 May 23     Sun      7:30am-12:50pm         2010 Business Tax Developments
                                            CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                     8:30am-9:30am          Spouse/Guest breakfast hosted by National Tax Institute®
 May 24     Mon      Day of leisure         No meeting scheduled
 May 25     Tue      Day of leisure         No meeting scheduled
 May 26     Wed      7:30am-12:50pm         Investment and Retirement Planning Update
                                            CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
 May 27     Thu      7:30am-12:50pm         Estate Planning – What’s Next?
                                            CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
 May 28     Fri      Recommended day of departure
 Suggested Activities for You and Your Family:
 • Natural	Bridge	•	Duty-free	shopping	in	Oranjestad,	Aruba’s	capital	•	Scuba	Diving	•	Atlantis	Submarine	Tours	•	Off-road	Aruba	Safaris	•	Califor-
 nia	Lighthouse	•	Snorkeling	•	Aruba	Historical	Museum	•	Golf	•	Horseback	riding	on	the	beach	•	Glass	Bottom	Boat	Cruise	•	Day	trip	to	De	Palm	
 Island	•	Deep	Sea	Fishing	•	Island	Tours	•	Arikok	National	Park	•	Casinos	•	Sunset	Dinner	Cruises	•	The	Butterfly	Farm	•	Aruba’s	natural	Caves
 *Note: Continental breakfast will be served in the meeting room starting at 7:00am for participants only. Participants receive 6 CPEs for attending
 each live session and may receive additional CPEs (equal to the number of CPEs purchased) by completing optional self-study courses. Self-study
 materials will be available in modules of 2 CPEs and 4 CPEs (taxation and A&A,) and will be distributed on site. Summary of CPEs available at this
 program: Live Group study=24 CPEs; Self-Study=16 CPEs for a total of 40 CPEs.




                                           800-588-8491
 To register, or for hotel information,
 call CPE Meetings, NTI’s exclusive                                                              fax: 781-272-9258
 conference reservation specialists.                                                             e-mail: info@nti-inc.com
   4              www.nti-inc.com                                        For airfares and car rentals: 800-336-8297
JUN 20-27                                                                                                        KAUAI          HAWAII




The Island of Kauai: From the soaring cliffs of the Napali Coast to the vast chasms of Waimea
Canyon, Kauai enchants the senses like no other island. Plunging ravines, cascading waterfalls,
unforgettable cliffs, canyons, beaches and bays. Known as the Garden Island, this tropical retreat
begs to be discovered.
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS:
Located on magnificent white sandy Keoneloa Bay on the south side of Kauai, the Grand Hyatt Kauai features an
18-hole championship golf course, lush tropical landscapes amid a 5-acre salt water swimming lagoon, two fresh-
water outdoor pools with connecting “river pools,” whirlpools, 150-foot waterslide and waterfalls. Also featuring the
40,000 sq. ft. Anara Health and Fitness Spa, tennis, on-site Polynesian luau show, fine dining options and an array of
shopping boutiques. An exquisite experience awaits you at this captivating luxury hotel in beautiful Kauai.
Hotel rating: AAA 4-Diamond.
GROUP BASE HOTEL PACKAGE:
  •	 8 days/7 nights: Royal Garden View: $977 per person based on double occupancy including hotel taxes.
  •	 Partial Ocean View: $1,291 per person based on double occupancy including hotel taxes.
  •	 Upgrade: Ask for details.
  •	 Package excludes the cost of conference fee.

 Jun 20     Sun     Arrival
                    5:30 - 6:00pm            Hospitality Desk - Welcome to Kauai Orientation Meeting
 Jun 21     Mon     7:30am-12:50pm           Estate Planning – What’s Next?
                                             CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                    6:00pm-7:00pm            Reception hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Jun 22     Tue     7:30am-12:50pm           New Developments-Estate, Gift and Retirement Planning
                                             CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                    8:30am-9:30am            Spouse/Guest breakfast hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Jun 23     Wed     Day of leisure           No meeting scheduled
 Jun 24     Thu     Day of leisure           No meeting scheduled
 Jun 25     Fri     7:30am-12:50pm           2010 Federal Income Tax Update
                                             CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
 Jun 26     Sat     7:30am-12:50pm           Business and Real Estate Tax Update and Other Hot Topics
                                             CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
 Jun 27     Sun     Recommended day of departure
 Suggested Activities for You and Your Family:
 • Stroll	historic	Koloa	Town	•	the	National	Tropical	Botanical	Garden	•	Traditional	Hawaiian	Luau	•	beachside	horseback	riding	•	off-road	ATV	tours	
 on	hidden	trails	•	Catamaran	sailing	and	snorkeling	tours	•	coastline	hiking	trails	•	sport	fishing	•	Waimea	Canyon	•	Kokee	Stat	Park	and	museum	
 •	Wailua	Falls	•	Fern	Grotto	•	Kilauea	Lighthouse	•	Na	Pali	Coast	•	deep	sea	scuba	diving	•	kayak	and	bike	rentals	•	Fern	Grotto	•	Polihale	State	Park
 *Note: Continental breakfast will be served in the meeting room starting at 7:00am for participants only. Participants receive 6 CPEs for attending
 each live session and may receive additional CPEs (equal to the number of CPEs purchased) by completing optional self-study courses. Self-study
 materials will be available in modules of 2 CPEs and 4 CPEs (taxation and A&A,) and will be distributed on site. Summary of CPEs available at this
 program: Live Group study=24 CPEs; Self-Study=16 CPEs for a total of 40 CPEs.




                                            800-588-8491
 To register, or for hotel information,
 call CPE Meetings, NTI’s exclusive                                                               fax: 781-272-9258
 conference reservation specialists.                                                              e-mail: info@nti-inc.com
        www.nti-inc.com                                        For airfares and car rentals: 800-336-8297                                         5
             WALT DISNEY WORLD®
             FLORIDA
                                                                                                                           JULY 7-12
                                                                                                                           JUN 20-27




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Experience the unique magic of Walt Disney World® Resort, a destination that will entertain,
inform, delight, and create once-in-a-lifetime memories. Attractions include: Animal Kingdom®,
Cirque du Soleil®, Disney-MGM Studios®, Typhoon Lagoon®, Pleasure Island®, Blizzard Beach® —
featuring the world’s highest water slide — and of course, Magic Kingdom® and EPCOT®. Or, step
outside Disney to Universal Studios®, Sea World®, and the nationally known entertainment complex —
Church Street Station — home of Rosie O’Grady’s Good Time Emporium, Cheyenne Saloon and Opera
House, hot air balloon rides, and so much more!
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS:
In the heart of Walt Disney World®, the award-winning Walt Disney World Swan is your gateway to Central
Florida’s illustrious theme parks and attractions. The resort is located in between Epcot® and Disney’s
Hollywood Studios™ and close to Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Theme Park and Magic Kingdom® Park.
Hotel rating: AAA 4-Diamond.
GROUP BASE HOTEL PACKAGE:
  •	 8 days/7 nights: Standard: $627 per person based on double occupancy including hotel taxes and resort fee.
  •	 Upgrade: Ask for details.
  •	 Package excludes the cost of conference fee.

 Jun 20     Sun     Arrival
                    5:30 - 6:00pm           Hospitality Desk - Welcome to Walt Disney World® Orientation Meeting
 Jun 21     Mon     7:30am-12:50pm          2010 Federal Income Tax Update
                                            CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                    6:00pm-7:00pm           Reception hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Jun 22     Tue     7:30am-12:50pm          Business and Real Estate Tax Update and Other Hot Topics
                                            CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                    1:00pm-2:00pm           Spouse/Guest Character Reception hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Jun 23     Wed     Day of leisure          No meeting scheduled
 Jun 24     Thu     Day of leisure          No meeting scheduled
 Jun 25     Fri     7:30am-12:50pm          Investment and Retirement Planning Update
                                            CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
 Jun 26     Sat     7:30am-12:50pm          Estate Planning – What’s Next?
                                            CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
 Jun 27     Sun     Recommended day of departure
 Suggested Activities for You and Your Family:
 • Golf	•	shopping	•	Mandara	Spa	•	pool	•	Downtown	Disney®	•	beach	•	Epcot®	•	Health	Club	•	Disney’s	Boardwalk	entertainment	district	•	Tennis	
 •	Basketball	•	volleyball	•	jogging	trails	•	game	room	•	art	gallery	•	Cirque	Du	Soleil®	•	Disney’s	Hollywood	Studios™	•	Magic	Kingdom® Park
 •	Disney’s	Animal	Kingdom®
 *Note: Continental breakfast will be served in the meeting room starting at 7:00am for participants only. Participants receive 6 CPEs for attending
 each live session and may receive additional CPEs (equal to the number of CPEs purchased) by completing optional self-study courses. Self-study
 materials will be available in modules of 2 CPEs and 4 CPEs (taxation and A&A,) and will be distributed on site. Summary of CPEs available at this
 program: Live Group study=24 CPEs; Self-Study=16 CPEs for a total of 40 CPEs.




                                           800-588-8491
 To register, or for hotel information,
 call CPE Meetings, NTI’s exclusive                                                              fax: 781-272-9258
 conference reservation specialists.                                                             e-mail: info@nti-inc.com
   6              www.nti-inc.com                                        For airfares and car rentals: 800-336-8297
JULY7-12
JUL 11-18                                                                                         CAPE COD    MASSACHUSETTS




Cape Cod’s natural beauty is astounding — long beaches backed by rolling sand dunes, crimson-
colored bogs, grassy marshlands covered with cattails — and only 70 miles from tip to tip. Chatham
is a seaside town that is a destination unto itself. Its center is indicative of Old Cape Cod — quaint
and rustic, with a unique charm from its Main Street shops to its restaurants. During your leisure
time, travel to Cape Cod’s National Seashore, Provincetown, the town of Hyannis (John F. Kennedy’s
summer home,) or take a ferry to Martha’s Vineyard or Nantucket Island.
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS:
The Indian name Wequassett means “crescent on the water.” This sprawling resort covers 22 acres of picture-
perfect gardens, sun-dappled lanes, salt marshes and woodlands, the Wequassett Resort and Golf Club is truly a
secluded paradise for the discerning traveler.
Hotel Rating: AAA 4-Diamond.
GROUP BASE HOTEL PACKAGE:
  •	 6 Days/5 nights: Run of House: $975 per person, double occupancy, including hotel taxes and resort fee.
  •	 Upgrade: Ask for details.
  •	 Package excludes the cost of conference fee.

 Jul 7      Wed     Arrival
                    5:30 - 6:00pm           Hospitality Desk - Welcome to Cape Cod Orientation Meeting
 Jul 8      Thu     7:30am-12:50pm          2010 Federal Income Tax Update
                                            CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                    6:00pm-7:00pm           Reception hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Jul 9      Fri     7:30am-12:50pm          2010 Business Tax Developments
                                            CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                    8:30am-9:30am           Spouse/Guest breakfast hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Jul 10     Sat     Day of leisure          No meeting scheduled
 Jul 11     Sun     7:30am-12:50pm          Selected Tax and Legal Issues - 2010
                                            CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
 Jul 12     Mon     7:30am-12:50pm          Estate Planning – What’s Next?
                                            CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                    Recommended departure after meeting adjourns
 Suggested Activities for You and Your Family:
 •	Take	a	whale	watch	•	Visit	the	National	Seashore	•	Shop	in	the	quaint	town	of	Chatham	•	Take	a	day	trip	to	Martha’s	Vineyard	or	Nantucket	
 •	Antique	shopping	on	Route	6A	•	Tour	Plymouth	Plantation
 *Note: Continental breakfast will be served in the meeting room starting at 7:00am for participants only. Participants receive 6 CPEs for attending
 each live session and may receive additional CPEs (equal to the number of CPEs purchased) by completing optional self-study courses. Self-study
 materials will be available in modules of 2 CPEs and 4 CPEs (taxation and A&A,) and will be distributed on site. Summary of CPEs available at this
 program: Live Group study=24 CPEs; Self-Study=16 CPEs for a total of 40 CPEs.




                                           800-588-8491
 To register, or for hotel information,
 call CPE Meetings, NTI’s exclusive                                                             fax: 781-272-9258
 conference reservation specialists.                                                            e-mail: info@nti-inc.com
         www.nti-inc.com                                      For airfares and car rentals: 800-336-8297                                        7
             MYRTLE BEACH
             SOUTH CAROLINA
                                                                                                                            JUL 11-18




Myrtle Beach — the perfect family destination, with sunny beaches, outdoor entertainment,
unlimited shopping, plenty of sunshine, and the “Seaside Golf Capital of the World,” with 100 golf
courses in the area. Visit Dolly Parton’s “Dixie Stampede,” The Carolina Opry, Broadway at the Beach,
Fantasy Harbor, and dine at a variety of outstanding restaurants known for seafood specialties.
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS:
Ideally situated between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway, you’ll discover Marina Inn at Grande
Dunes. The master-planned residential community spans 2,200 lavishly forested acres. Savor lavish comforts in
spacious guestrooms and suites, designed to fulfill your every need. Outstanding views from every room overlook
the serenity of the marina or the calm waters of the Intracoastal Waterway.
Hotel Rating: AAA 4-Diamond.
GROUP BASE HOTEL PACKAGE:
  •	 8 days/7 nights: Grande Guest Room: $665 per person, double occupancy, including tax.
  •	 Upgrade: Ask for details.
  •	 Package excludes the cost of conference fee.

 Jul 11     Sun     Arrival
                    5:30 - 6:00pm           Hospitality Desk - Welcome to Myrtle Beach Orientation Meeting
 Jul 12     Mon     7:30am-12:50pm          2010 Federal Income Tax Update
                                            CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                    6:00pm-7:00pm           Reception hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Jul 13     Tue     7:30am-12:50pm          Business and Real Estate Tax Update and Other Hot Topics
                                            CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                    8:30am-9:30am           Spouse/Guest breakfast hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Jul 14     Wed     Day of leisure          No meeting scheduled
 Jul 15     Thu     Day of leisure          No meeting scheduled
 Jul 16     Fri     7:30am-12:50pm          2010 FASB, SSARS and SAS Update and Other Developments Affecting the Profession
                                            CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Accounting 4 Auditing 2*
 Jul 17     Sat     7:30am-12:50pm          Unusual GAAP
                                            CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Accounting*
 Jul 18     Sun     Recommended day of departure
 Suggested Activities for You and Your Family:
 • Broadway	at	the	Beach	•	The	Palace	Theatre	•	Myrtle	Waves	Water	Park	•	Brookgreen	Gardens	•	Ripley’s	Aquarium	•	The	Carolina	Opry	
 •	House	of	Blues	Myrtle	Beach	•	Freestyle	Music	Park	•	Coastal	Grand	Mall	Myrtle	Beach	•	Golf!	
 *Note: Continental breakfast will be served in the meeting room starting at 7:00am for participants only. Participants receive 6 CPEs for attending
 each live session and may receive additional CPEs (equal to the number of CPEs purchased) by completing optional self-study courses. Self-study
 materials will be available in modules of 2 CPEs and 4 CPEs (taxation and A&A,) and will be distributed on site. Summary of CPEs available at this
 program: Live Group study=24 CPEs; Self-Study=16 CPEs for a total of 40 CPEs.




                                           800-588-8491
 To register, or for hotel information,
 call CPE Meetings, NTI’s exclusive                                                              fax: 781-272-9258
 conference reservation specialists.                                                             e-mail: info@nti-inc.com
   8              www.nti-inc.com                                        For airfares and car rentals: 800-336-8297
JUL 18-25                                                                        THE CLOISTER          SEA ISLAND, GEORGIA




Located off the coast of Southern Georgia, Sea Island is like your own private tropical island.
Here, peace, quiet, and privacy meet with an abundance of activities, all embraced with Southern hospitality,
world-class golf, tennis, and miles of uninterrupted immaculate sandy beaches and lush tropical landscapes.
The Cloister’s “country club” ambiance offers you total exclusivity and gracious Southern hospitality, while
providing you with all the amenities of neighboring St. Simons Island – just a convenient five-minute drive
away where you’ll find three golf courses, restaurants, and several specialty shops.
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS:
The Cloister is one of the East Coast’s finest resorts. Set on five miles of private beach, the resort has completed
a $450-million dollar renovation; offering in-shore (creek side) and on-shore fishing, kayaking, tennis, ballroom
dancing lessons, skeet shooting school, formal main dining room, three restaurants, and the elegant Cloisters
Spa (Note: Resort is conveniently located – accessible by causeway, no ferry necessary.)
Hotel Rating: AAA 5-Diamond.
GROUP BASE HOTEL PACKAGE:
  •	 8 days/7 nights: Garden view ROH: $1,225 per person, double occupancy, including hotel taxes and gratuity.
  •	 Upgrade: Ask for details.
  •	 Package excludes the cost of conference fee.

 Jul 18     Sun     Arrival
                    5:30 - 6:00pm           Hospitality Desk - Welcome to The Cloister Orientation Meeting
 Jul 19     Mon     7:30am-12:50pm          2010 Federal Income Tax Update
                                            CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                    6:00pm-7:00pm           Reception hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Jul 20     Tue     7:30am-12:50pm          New Developments-Estate, Gift and Retirement Planning
                                            CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                    8:30am-9:30am           Spouse/Guest breakfast hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Jul 21     Wed     Day of leisure          No meeting scheduled
 Jul 22     Thu     Day of leisure          No meeting scheduled
 Jul 23     Fri     7:30am-12:50pm          2010 FASB, SSARS and SAS Update and Other Developments Affecting the Profession
                                            CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Accounting 4, Auditing 2*
 Jul 24     Sat     7:30am-12:50pm          New Developments – Compilation and Review Engagements
                                            CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Accounting 6*
 Jul 25     Sun     Recommended day of departure
 Suggested Activities for You and Your Family:
 •	On-and	off-shore	Boating	and	Fishing	•	Three	Championship	Golf	courses	•	relax	at	the	Cloister’s	five	mile	private	beach	•	Camp	Cloisters	and	
 Family	Activities	•	Horseback	riding	on	the	beach	•	tennis	at	the	Cloisters	Tennis	Center	•	The	Cloister	Spa	•	Ballroom	Dancing	Lessons	•	Nature	
 Tours	•	Shooting	School	
 *Note: Continental breakfast will be served in the meeting room starting at 7:00am for participants only. Participants receive 6 CPEs for attending
 each live session and may receive additional CPEs (equal to the number of CPEs purchased) by completing optional self-study courses. Self-study
 materials will be available in modules of 2 CPEs and 4 CPEs (taxation and A&A,) and will be distributed on site. Summary of CPEs available at this
 program: Live Group study=24 CPEs; Self-Study=16 CPEs for a total of 40 CPEs.




                                           800-588-8491
 To register, or for hotel information,
 call CPE Meetings, NTI’s exclusive                                                             fax: 781-272-9258
 conference reservation specialists.                                                            e-mail: info@nti-inc.com
       www.nti-inc.com                                        For airfares and car rentals: 800-336-8297                                        9
             HERSHEY
             Pennsylvania
                                                                                                                               JUL 25-30




The town of Hershey is where Milton Hershey opened the world’s first modern chocolate factory
in 1905, where streetlights are shaped like HERSHEY’S KISSES® and the air is filled with the aroma
of chocolate. HERSHEY PARK®, ZOO AMERICA® (11-acre walk-through zoo with 200 species of wild
animals), Hershey Gardens (23-acre botanical display), and the Hershey Museum are just a few of the
attractions you will enjoy in the town of Hershey. Just a short ride from Hershey is the battlefield of
Gettysburg and Lancaster’s Amish Country.
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS:
This full-service resort is known as “the Sweetest Place on Earth®” and has been rated the top family vacation
spot by Smart Money and Family Fun magazines. The Hershey Lodge offers a wide array of attractions, world-class
entertainment; hospitality and is dedicated to preserving the legacy of Milton S. Hershey. The high post-and-beam
ceilings, exposed stonework and comfortable furniture pay homage to Hershey’s rural Pennsylvania Dutch heritage.
Hotel Rating: AAA 4-Diamond.
GROUP BASE HOTEL PACKAGE:
  •	 6 days/5 nights: Standard: $563 per person based on double occupancy including hotel taxes.
  •	 Upgrade: Ask for details.
  •	 Package excludes the cost of conference fee.

 Jul 25     Sun      Arrival
                     5:30 - 6:00pm           Hospitality Desk - Welcome to Hershey Orientation Meeting

 Jul 26     Mon      7:30am-12:50pm          2010 FASB, SSARS and SAS Update and Other Developments Affecting the Profession
                                             CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Accounting 4 Auditing 2*
                     6:00pm-7:00pm           Reception hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Jul 27     Tue      7:30am-12:50pm          New Developments – Compilation and Review Engagements
                                             CPE Hours: Group Study - Auditing 6*
                     8:30am-9:30am           Spouse/Guest breakfast hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Jul 28     Wed      Day of leisure          No meeting scheduled

 Jul 29     Thu      7:30am-12:50pm          2010 Federal Income Tax Update
                                             CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
 Jul 30     Fri      7:30am-12:50pm  Business and Real Estate Tax Update and Other Hot Topics
                                     CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                     Recommended departure after meeting adjourns

 Suggested Activities for You and Your Family:
 • Enjoy	the	rides	and	attractions	of	Hersheypark	•	Visit	ZooAmerica®	North	American	Wildlife	Park	•	Tour	the	battlefield	at	Gettysburg	•	Tour	Amish	
 Country	in	Lancaster	•	stroll	through	Hershey	Gardens	•	Dutch	Wonderland	Family	Entertainment	Complex	•	The	Spa	at	Hotel	Hershey	•	Hershey	Golf	
 *Note: Continental breakfast will be served in the meeting room starting at 7:00am for participants only. Participants receive 6 CPEs for attending
 each live session and may receive additional CPEs (equal to the number of CPEs purchased) by completing optional self-study courses. Self-study
 materials will be available in modules of 2 CPEs and 4 CPEs (taxation and A&A,) and will be distributed on site. Summary of CPEs available at this
 program: Live Group study=24 CPEs; Self-Study=16 CPEs for a total of 40 CPEs.




                                            800-588-8491
 To register, or for hotel information,
 call CPE Meetings, NTI’s exclusive                                                                 fax: 781-272-9258
 conference reservation specialists.                                                                e-mail: info@nti-inc.com
  10              www.nti-inc.com                                          For airfares and car rentals: 800-336-8297
JUL 31-AUG 10                                                                        BALTIC CRUISE             PRINCESS CRUISE LINE




Attest to the phenomenon of the Midnight Sun during “The World’s Most Beautiful Voyage” on Star
Princess, 10-day Baltic Cruise visiting Copenhagen, St. Petersburg, Tallinn, Stockholm, and more.
SHIP ACCOMMODATIONS:
Star Princess‚ invites you to discover her many charms and diversions. Enjoy fine dining in Traditional or Anytime
Dining venues like the Amalfi, Portofino and Capri dining rooms, or casual fare at open-air Prego Pizzeria or
Trident Grill. Follow a morning of swimming and jogging with an afternoon massage in the Lotus Spa®. Enjoy
entertainment options galore, enrichment choices at every turn, and plenty of places to simply relax with a cup
of coffee, latte, or glass of wine.
GROUP BASE CRUISE PACKAGE:
  •	 10 nights: Inside stateroom from $1,530 per person, double occupancy
  •	 Upgrade: Ask for details.
  •	 Package excludes cost of conference fee, port charges, taxes, shore excursions, and insurance.
  •	 Airfare and transfers may be purchased – please ask for details .

 Jul 31      Sat      Arrival 5:00pm                                  Depart Copenhagen, Denmark
 Aug 1       Sun                                                      At Sea
                      7:30am-12:50pm                                  2010 Federal Income Tax Update, CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
 Aug 2       Mon      Arrive: Morning / Depart: Evening.              Stockholm, Sweden
 Aug 3       Tue      Arrive: Morning / Depart: Evening.              Helsinki, Finland
 Aug 4       Wed      Arrive: Morning                                 St. Petersburg, Russia
 Aug 5       Thu      Depart: Evening                                 St. Petersburg, Russia
 Aug 6       Fri      Arrive: 7:00am/Depart: 1:00pm                   Tallin, Estonia
                      1:00pm-6:00pm                                   Health Care Reform and Taxation-What it Means to You and Your Clients
                                                                      CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
 Aug 7       Sat      Arrive: 10:00am/Depart: 6:00pm                  Gdansk, Poland
 Aug 8       Sun                                                      At Sea
                      7:00am-12:50pm                                  2010 Business Tax Developments, CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                      1:00pm-6:00pm                                   Estate Planning – What’s Next?, CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
 Aug 9       Mon      Arrive: 7:00am/Depart: 2:00pm                   Oslo, Norway
 Aug 10      Tue      Arrive 5:00am                                   Copenhagen, Denmark
                      Disembark Ship
 Suggested Shore Excursions for You and Your Family:
 • Visit	Tivoli	Gardens	•	Viking	Ship	Museum	•	Gdansk	•	Medieval	treasure	of	Tallinn	•	Catherine	Palace	•	Hermitage	Museum	•	Royal	Palace	•	Drottningholm	Palace
 *Note: Breakfast is available in the Lido Café beginning at 6:00am. Coffee/tea will be served in the meeting room. Participants receive 6 CPEs for
 attending each live session and may receive additional CPEs (equal to the number of CPEs purchased) by completing optional self-study courses.
 Self-study materials will be available in modules of 2 CPEs and 4 CPEs (taxation and A&A,) and will be distributed on site. Summary of CPEs avail-
 able at this program: Live Group study=24 CPEs; Self-Study=16 CPEs for a total of 40 CPEs.




                                               800-588-8491
 To register, or for hotel information,
 call CPE Meetings, NTI’s exclusive                                                                       fax: 781-272-9258
 conference reservation specialists.                                                                      e-mail: info@nti-inc.com
         www.nti-inc.com                                             For airfares and car rentals: 800-336-8297                                               11
             YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK
             CALIFORNIA
                                                                                                                                       AUG 1-6




Located in Central California’s Sierra Nevada mountain range, Yosemite National Park encompasses
an incredible 1,170 square miles of breathtaking natural splendor. Ranging in altitude from 2,000 feet
to more than 13,000 feet above sea level, it’s hard to believe that Yosemite is just hours from bustling
cities like San Francisco, Los Angeles and Reno. The majestic sights of Yosemite delight and inspire
visitors of all generations. Take a quick tour of some of the most amazing natural features, and the
plants and animals that make the park their home.
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS:
Tenaya Lodge™ at Yosemite is a classic mountain resort set two miles from Yosemite National Park’s southern
gate, surrounded by noble evergreen forest and a rich range of Sierra recreation. The Tenaya Yosemite Park
lodging experience is classic, yet perfectly modern, spa services, fine dining, and gracious guest service.
Hotel Rating: 4-Star.
GROUP BASE HOTEL PACKAGE:
  •	 6 days/5 nights: Run of House Deluxe: $866 per person, double occupancy, including hotel tax.
  •	 Package excludes the cost of conference fee.

 Aug 1      Sun      Arrival
                     5:30 - 6:00pm            Hospitality Desk - Welcome to Yosemite Orientation Meeting
 Aug 2      Mon      7:30am-12:50pm           2010 Federal Income Tax Update
                                              CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                     6:00pm-7:00pm            Reception hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Aug 3      Tue      7:30am-12:50pm           Business and Real Estate Tax Update and Other Hot Topics
                                              CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                     8:30am-9:30am            Spouse/Guest breakfast hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Aug 4      Wed      Day of leisure           No meeting scheduled
 Aug 5      Thu      7:30am-12:50pm           2010 FASB, SSARS and SAS Update and Other Developments Affecting the Profession
                                              CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Accounting 4, Auditing 2*
 Aug 6      Fri      7:30am-12:50pm           New Developments – Compilation and Review Engagements
                                              CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Auditing 6*
                     Recommended departure after meeting adjourns
 Suggested Activities for You and Your Family:
 • Mountain	bike	trails	–	fly	fishing	•	horseback	rides	•	gold	panning	•	spa	treatments	•	rock	climbing	•	Sierra	Waterfall	hike	•	Yosemite	Grand	Tour	
 •	Yosemite	Valley	Floor	Tour	•	Big	Trees	Tram	Tour	•	Glacier	Point	Tour	•	Moonlight	Tour	•	Flashlight	Hike	•	Sunset	Hike	in	Yosemite	•	Mountain	Bike	Ro-
 mance	Picnic	•	Yosemite	Mountain	Sugar	Pine	Railroad	Moonlight	Special	•	The	Bass	Lake	queen	Paddleboat	Cruise	•	Golfing	•	Sierra	Horseback	Rides
 *Note: Continental breakfast will be served in the meeting room starting at 7:00am for participants only. Participants receive 6 CPEs for attending
 each live session and may receive additional CPEs (equal to the number of CPEs purchased) by completing optional self-study courses. Self-study
 materials will be available in modules of 2 CPEs and 4 CPEs (taxation and A&A,) and will be distributed on site. Summary of CPEs available at this
 program: Live Group study=24 CPEs; Self-Study=16 CPEs for a total of 40 CPEs.




                                             800-588-8491
 To register, or for hotel information,
 call CPE Meetings, NTI’s exclusive                                                                  fax: 781-272-9258
 conference reservation specialists.                                                                 e-mail: info@nti-inc.com
  12              www.nti-inc.com                                           For airfares and car rentals: 800-336-8297
AUG 8-14                                                                      LAGUNA BEACH                                CALIFORNIA




This waterfront village has been southern California’s premier seaside artist haven for many
decades. The blend of beautiful scenery and rich culture has created an enchanting community filled
with a relaxing ambiance from ocean breezes, endless world-class art galleries, unique shops, nature
enthusiasts, beachgoers and gourmet restaurants. Featuring seven miles of soft sand, world-renowned
sunsets and a picturesque coastline.
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS:
Reminiscent of a grand European estate, The St. Regis Monarch Beach Resort is a timeless Mediterranean
destination.	Tuscan-inspired	architecture	offsets	elegant	fountains,	soaring	palm	trees	and	flower-filled	court-
yards. This seaside resort has redefined the luxury resort experience with its pursuit of service and elegance
and a seamless blend of comfort and technology. The resort boasts six restaurants, three swimming pools with
private cabanas, tennis courts, an 18-hole championship on-site golf course, private beach club and an awarding
winning European Spa including salon and wel appointed fitness center.
Hotel Rating: AAA 5-Diamond.
GROUP BASE HOTEL PACKAGE:
  •	 7 days/6 nights: Garden View: $897 per person, based on double occupancy including hotel tax.
  •	 Upgrade: Ask for details.
  •	 Package excludes the cost of conference fee.

 Aug 8      Sun      Arrival
                     5:30 - 6:00pm            Hospitality Desk - Welcome to Laguna Beach Orientation Meeting
 Aug 9      Mon      7:30am-12:50pm           2010 Federal Income Tax Update
                                              CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                     6:00pm-7:00pm            Reception hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Aug 10     Tue      7:30am-12:50pm           Business and Real Estate Tax Update and Other Hot Topics
                                              CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                     8:30am-9:30am            Spouse/Guest breakfast hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Aug 11     Wed      Day of leisure           No meeting scheduled
 Aug 12     Thu      7:30am-12:50pm           Estate Planning – What’s Next?
                                              CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
 Aug 13     Fri      7:30am-12:50pm           Investment and Retirement Planning Update
                                              CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
 Aug 14     Sat      Recommended day of departure
 Suggested Activities for You and Your Family:
 • San	Juan	Capistrano	Historical	tour	•	shopping	at	Fashion	Island	Newport	Beach	•	Beachfront	yoga	•	Golf	in	the	canyon	•	volleyball	•	Marine	Wildlife	
 Cruise	•	Laguna	Art	Museum	•	Racquet	ball	•	Crystal	Cove	State	Park	•	tennis	•	guided	Eco-Kayak	Tours	•	Nature	Hikes	•	Historic	Laguna	Beach	•	
 Catalina	Island	Excursion	•	Dolphin	Safari	•	Mountain	bike	tours	•	Dana	Point	Marine	Life	Refuge	•	Sport	fishing	•	Exclusive	guided	art	tour
 *Note: Continental breakfast will be served in the meeting room starting at 7:00am for participants only. Participants receive 6 CPEs for attending
 each live session and may receive additional CPEs (equal to the number of CPEs purchased) by completing optional self-study courses. Self-study
 materials will be available in modules of 2 CPEs and 4 CPEs (taxation and A&A,) and will be distributed on site. Summary of CPEs available at this
 program: Live Group study=24 CPEs; Self-Study=16 CPEs for a total of 40 CPEs.




                                            800-588-8491
 To register, or for hotel information,
 call CPE Meetings, NTI’s exclusive                                                                 fax: 781-272-9258
 conference reservation specialists.                                                                e-mail: info@nti-inc.com
         www.nti-inc.com                                        For airfares and car rentals: 800-336-8297                                          13
              SONOMA WINE COUNTRY
              CALIFORNIA
                                                                                                                                  SEPT 19-24




Sonoma Wine Country. Vineyards that climb rolling hills and reach for the sky let you know you’ve
arrived in “Sonoma Country.” A mere 30 miles from San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, the land of
plenty endows visitors with an experience of a lifetime. Sonoma Country isn’t just for wine lovers; it
embodies the California lifestyle. Wine and dining are an integral part of this area. Quaint towns await
your discovery. From hiking to theater, shopping, golfing, and luxurious spas, you can find it all in
beautiful Sonoma Wine Country.
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS:
Having recently completed $62 million in restorations, the breathtaking new look includes an enhanced court-
yard, gracefully redesigned lobby and spectacularly restored guestrooms and suites. As Northern California’s
premier wine country spa and golf resort, The Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa offers pools fed by thermal
mineral springs, state-of-the-art 40,000 sq. ft. spa, extraordinary cuisine, and world-class golf surrounded by
exquisitely manicured grounds in the heart of Wine Country.
Hotel Rating: AAA 4-Diamond.
GROUP BASE HOTEL PACKAGE:
  •	 6 days/5 nights: Fairmont Heritage: $813 per person based on double occupancy including hotel taxes.
  •	 Upgrade: Ask for details.
  •	 Package excludes the cost of conference fee.

 Sept 19     Sun       Arrival
                       5:30 - 6:00pm            Hospitality Desk - Welcome to Sonoma Wine Country Orientation Meeting
 Sept 20     Mon       7:30am-12:50pm           2010 Federal Income Tax Update
                                                CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                       6:00pm-7:00pm            Reception hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Sept 21     Tue       7:30am-12:50pm           2010 Business Tax Developments
                                                CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                       8:30am-9:30am            Spouse/Guest breakfast hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Sept 22     Wed       Day of leisure           No meeting scheduled
 Sept 23     Thu       7:30am-12:50pm           2010 FASB, SSARS and SAS Update and Other Developments Affecting the Profession
                                                CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Accounting 4, Auditing 2*
 Sept 24     Fri       7:30am-12:50pm           Unusual GAAP
                                                CPE Hours: Group Study - Accounting 6*
                       Recommended departure after meeting adjourns
 Suggested Activities for You and Your Family:
 •	Coastal	beaches	•	Historic	Railroad	Square	•	Discover	Russian	River	Valley	•	Enjoy	the	Spa	•	Play	Golf	•	Hiking	and	Biking	Tours	•	Historic	Sonoma	Plaza	
 •	Winery	Tours	•	Ballooning	•	Horseback	riding	•	Grape	Stomp	•	Winery	Dinner	•	Sonoma	Walking	Tour	•	Explore	California	Redwood	Forests	•	Antique	
 shopping	•	Sonoma	Performing	Arts	•	Attend	a	Culinary	class	•	Cycling	•	Fishing	•	Kayaking	•	Farmer’s	Market	•	Day	trip	to	San	Francisco	
 *Note: Continental breakfast will be served in the meeting room starting at 7:00am for participants only. Participants receive 6 CPEs for attending
 each live session and may receive additional CPEs (equal to the number of CPEs purchased) by completing optional self-study courses. Self-study
 materials will be available in modules of 2 CPEs and 4 CPEs (taxation and A&A,) and will be distributed on site. Summary of CPEs available at this
 program: Live Group study=24 CPEs; Self-Study=16 CPEs for a total of 40 CPEs.




                                               800-588-8491
 To register, or for hotel information,
 call CPE Meetings, NTI’s exclusive                                                                      fax: 781-272-9258
 conference reservation specialists.                                                                     e-mail: info@nti-inc.com
  14               www.nti-inc.com                                             For airfares and car rentals: 800-336-8297
SEPT 26-OCT 1                                                          THE GREENBRIER                                   WEST VIRGINIA




The Greenbrier is an award-winning resort located in the Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia.
As a National Historic Landmark, The Greenbrier’s classic architecture, exquisite interior design,
abundant scenic beauty, and outstanding amenities have hosted distinguished guests from around the
world since 1778. The property features three championship golf courses, indoor and outdoor tennis
courts, a 40,000 square-foot spa and in April 2010 will feature an elegant Monte Carlo-style casino as
well as new retail and dining areas.
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS:
The Greenbrier is an award-winning resort offering guest accommodations ranging from beautifully decorated
individual rooms to luxury suites, spacious guesthouses and elegant estate houses.
Hotel rating: AAA 5-Diamond.
GROUP BASE HOTEL PACKAGE:
  •	 6 days/5 nights: Luxury garden view: $750 per person, double occupancy, including room tax.
  •	 Package excludes the cost of conference fee.

 Sept 26     Sun      Arrival
                      5:30 - 6:00pm            Hospitality Desk - Welcome to The Greenbrier Orientation Meeting
 Sept 27     Mon      7:30am-12:50pm           2010 Federal Income Tax Update
                                               CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                      6:00pm-7:00pm            Reception hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Sept 28     Tue      7:30am-12:50pm           2010 Business Tax Developments
                                               CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                      8:30am-9:30am            Spouse/Guest breakfast hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Sept 29     Wed      Day of leisure           No meeting scheduled
 Sept 30     Thu      7:30am-12:50pm           2010 FASB, SSARS and SAS Update and Other Developments Affecting the Profession
                                               CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Accounting 4 Auditing 2*
 Oct 1       Fri      7:30am-12:50pm           Selected Accounting and Reporting Issues - 2010
                                               CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Accounting 3 Auditing 3*
                      Recommended departure after meeting adjourns
 Suggested Activities for You and Your Family:
 •	Enjoy	the	Greenbrier’s	world-class	spa	•	Play	the	Greenbrier’s	three	championship	golf	courses	•	Hike,	bike,	fish	or	challenge	the	rapids	at	
 The	Greenbrier	•	Experience	The	Greenbrier’s	award-winning	cuisine	•	Newly	added	elegant	Monte	Carlo-style	Casino
 *Note: Continental breakfast will be served in the meeting room starting at 7:00am for participants only. Participants receive 6 CPEs for attending
 each live session and may receive additional CPEs (equal to the number of CPEs purchased) by completing optional self-study courses. Self-study
 materials will be available in modules of 2 CPEs and 4 CPEs (taxation and A&A,) and will be distributed on site. Summary of CPEs available at this
 program: Live Group study=24 CPEs; Self-Study=16 CPEs for a total of 40 CPEs.




                                             800-588-8491
 To register, or for hotel information,
 call CPE Meetings, NTI’s exclusive                                                                  fax: 781-272-9258
 conference reservation specialists.                                                                 e-mail: info@nti-inc.com
         www.nti-inc.com                                         For airfares and car rentals: 800-336-8297                                        15
          Sicily
          ITALY
                                                                                            SEPT 23-30




Sicily is more than an island! Discover Sicily and discover the world. The world’s first multicultural
society, the island is Italy’s (and Europe’s) most historically cosmopolitan region, having been ruled
by Asians, Africans and Europeans. There’s no other place on Earth like it. The island is a unique
place full of art, archeology, history, folklore and breathtaking scenery. And of course, great food!
Taormina offers an absolutely amazing panorama where you can admire the bay of Giardini Naxos
and the Etna volcano which gazes down the island.

HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS:
The hotel is set on the beautiful and famous Bay of Mazzaro with a sandy beach only 2 km away from the city
centre of Taormina. A cable car located just outside the hotel will take you to town in minutes. Overlooking one
of the most beautiful bays in the world, set among the rocks and sea, and embellished by the colors of Mediter-
ranean architecture, rises up the Grand Hotel Mazzaro Sea Palace. In this delightful setting, at the centre of
the bay from which it takes its name, the Grand Hotel Mazzaro Sea Palace offers the comfort of a 5 Star Deluxe
hotel, in a modern, efficient structure. All of this crowned by the charm of the highest volcano in Europe – Etna.

GROUP BASE HOTEL PACKAGE:
  •	 8 days/7 nights: Sea view with Balcony: $2,395 per person, double occupancy, including hotel tax, full
     American breakfast, one walking tour and one dinner.
  •	 Upgrade: Ask for details.
  •	 Package excludes the cost of conference fee.
SEPT 23-30                                                                                                         Sicily       ITALY




Sept 23    Thu      Arrival
                    5:30 - 6:00pm           Hospitality Desk - Welcome to Sicily Orientation Meeting

Sept 24    Fri      7:30am-12:50pm          New Developments-Estate, Gift and Retirement Planning - Part 1
                                            CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                    6:00pm-7:00pm           Reception hosted by National Tax Institute®

Sept 25    Sat      Day of leisure          No meeting scheduled

Sept 26    Sun      7:30am-12:50pm          New Developments-Estate, Gift and Retirement Planning - Part 2
                                            CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                    8:30am-9:30am           Spouse/Guest breakfast hosted by National Tax Institute®

Sept 27    Mon      Day of leisure          No meeting scheduled

Sept 28    Tue      7:30am-12:50pm          2010 Federal Income Tax Update
                                            CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*

Sept 29    Wed      7:30am-12:50pm          2010 Business Tax Developments
                                            CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*

Sept 30    Thu      Recommended day of departure

Suggested Activities for You and Your Family:
• The	Cathedral	(Church	of	San	Nicola)	•	Church	of	Saint	Pancras	•	Regional	Archeological	Museum	•	The	Antiquarium	•	Sicilian	Museum	of	Art	
and	Folk	Traditions	•	Mount	Etna	•	Catania	•	The	Aeolian	Islands	•	Agrigento	•	Piazza	Armerina	•	Picciolo	Golf	Club
*Note: Continental breakfast will be served in the meeting room starting at 7:00am for participants only. Participants receive 6 CPEs for attending
each live session and may receive additional CPEs (equal to the number of CPEs purchased) by completing optional self-study courses. Self-study
materials will be available in modules of 2 CPEs and 4 CPEs (taxation and A&A,) and will be distributed on site. Summary of CPEs available at this
program: Live Group study=24 CPEs; Self-Study=16 CPEs for a total of 40 CPEs.




                                          800-588-8491
To register, or for hotel information,
call CPE Meetings, NTI’s exclusive                                                             fax: 781-272-9258
conference reservation specialists.                                                            e-mail: info@nti-inc.com
      www.nti-inc.com                                        For airfares and car rentals: 800-336-8297                                       17
             STOWE
             VERMONT
                                                                                                                                  OCT 3-8




Foliage in Vermont — older covered bridges, white-steepled churches, and hot apple cider —
this is Stowe, nestled in the Green Mountains of Vermont, known for its antique and craft shops,
vast dining options, and picturesque mountain roads. Take a leisurely stroll down one of Stowe’s
many nature trails, or hike or bike in the crisp New England air. And, for ice cream lovers, visit
Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream Factory.
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS:
Under the backdrop of Mount Mansfield, Vermont’s highest and most majestic peak, is Stowe Mountain Lodge.
You will discover the exquisite combination of facilities unrivaled anywhere in New England. Having opened
in June 2008, Stowe Mountain Lodge sets a new standard of luxury and aesthetics for the East Coast’s most
magnificent resort.
Hotel Rating: Not Rated, 5-Star Quality.
GROUP BASE HOTEL PACKAGE:
  •	 6 days/5 nights: Ridgeline Studio: $623 per person, double occupancy, including hotel tax.
  •	 Upgrade: Ask for details.
  •	 Package excludes the cost of conference fee.

 Oct 3      Sun      Arrival
                     5:30 - 6:00pm           Hospitality Desk - Welcome to Stowe Orientation Meeting
 Oct 4      Mon      7:30am-12:50pm          2010 Federal Income Tax Update
                                             CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                     6:00pm-7:00pm           Reception hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Oct 5      Tue      7:30am-12:50pm          2010 Business Tax Developments
                                             CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                     8:30am-9:30am           Spouse/Guest breakfast hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Oct 6      Wed      Day of leisure          No meeting scheduled
 Oct 7      Thu      7:30am-12:50pm          Estate Planning – What’s Next?
                                             CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
 Oct 8      Fri      7:30am-12:50pm          Investment and Retirement Planning Update
                                             CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                     Recommended departure after meeting adjourns
 Suggested Activities for You and Your Family:
 • Gondola	Skyride	•	Stowe	Recreation	Path	-Ben	&	Jerry’s	•	Cold	Hollow	Cider	Mill	•	Boyden	Valley	Winery	•	Local	Farms	•	Lamoille	County	
 Covered	Bridges	•	VT	Teddy	Bear	Factory	•	Visit	a	local	sugar	house	to	see	how	maple	syrup	is	made	-	Golf	•	Antiquing
 *Note: Continental breakfast will be served in the meeting room starting at 7:00am for participants only. Participants receive 6 CPEs for attending
 each live session and may receive additional CPEs (equal to the number of CPEs purchased) by completing optional self-study courses. Self-study
 materials will be available in modules of 2 CPEs and 4 CPEs (taxation and A&A,) and will be distributed on site. Summary of CPEs available at this
 program: Live Group study=24 CPEs; Self-Study=16 CPEs for a total of 40 CPEs.




                                           800-588-8491
 To register, or for hotel information,
 call CPE Meetings, NTI’s exclusive                                                              fax: 781-272-9258
 conference reservation specialists.                                                             e-mail: info@nti-inc.com
  18              www.nti-inc.com                                        For airfares and car rentals: 800-336-8297
OCT 17-22                                                                                    ASHEVILLE        NORTH CAROLINA




Situated in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina is the town of Asheville.
Visitors experience a step back in time as the town is filled with charming shops, antiques, fine
restaurants and the Biltmore Estate. The Biltmore Estate is America’s largest home, a country
retreat to the Vanderbilt family more than a century ago, and touted as “One of the Top Ten
National Wonders” and “50 Must-See Destinations in America” by National Geographic Traveler.
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS:
The Grove Park Inn Resort and Spa is one of the American South’s oldest and most famous grand resorts.
Built in 1913 overlooking the Asheville, NC skyline and the Blue Ridge Mountains, The Inn is a favorite year-
round destination with its splendid views, old-world charm, amenities and a long tradition of exceptional
service and hospitality that make it a place to savor as one of the most enduring, original, and exciting resorts
of America. Member of Historic Hotels of America.
Hotel Rating: AAA 4-Diamond.
GROUP BASE HOTEL PACKAGE:
  •	 6 days/5 nights: Sammons Wing (ROH) — Accommodations starting at $605 per person, based on
     double occupancy, including hotel taxes.
  •	 Upgrade: Ask for details.
  •	 Package excludes the cost of conference fee.

 Oct 17     Sun      Arrival
                     5:30 - 6:00pm           Hospitality Desk - Welcome to Asheville Orientation Meeting
 Oct 18     Mon      7:30am-12:50pm          2010 Federal Income Tax Update
                                             CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                     6:00pm-7:00pm           Reception hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Oct 19     Tue      7:30am-12:50pm          Business and Real Estate Tax Update and Other Hot Topics
                                             CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                     8:30am-9:30am           Spouse/Guest breakfast hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Oct 20     Wed      Day of leisure          No meeting scheduled
 Oct 21     Thu      7:30am-12:50pm          New Developments-Estate, Gift and Retirement Planning - Part 1
                                             CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
 Oct 22     Fri      7:30am-12:50pm          New Developments-Estate, Gift and Retirement Planning - Part 2
                                             CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                     Recommended departure after meeting adjourns
 Suggested Activities for You and Your Family:
 • Drive	along	the	Blue	Ridge	Mountains	•	Hike	the	mountain	trails	•	Antiques	and	shopping	in	Asheville	•	Asheville	Art	Museum	•	Historic	
 Asheville	Trolley	Tours	•	Historic	Downtown	Asheville	•	Smoky	Mountain	National	Park	•	Tour	Biltmore	Estate	•	Fly	fishing	•	carriage	rides	•	golf	
 •	horseback	riding	•	river	rafting	•	mountain	biking.
 *Note: Continental breakfast will be served in the meeting room starting at 7:00am for participants only. Participants receive 6 CPEs for attending
 each live session and may receive additional CPEs (equal to the number of CPEs purchased) by completing optional self-study courses. Self-study
 materials will be available in modules of 2 CPEs and 4 CPEs (taxation and A&A,) and will be distributed on site. Summary of CPEs available at this
 program: Live Group study=24 CPEs; Self-Study=16 CPEs for a total of 40 CPEs.




                                           800-588-8491
 To register, or for hotel information,
 call CPE Meetings, NTI’s exclusive                                                             fax: 781-272-9258
 conference reservation specialists.                                                            e-mail: info@nti-inc.com
       www.nti-inc.com                                        For airfares and car rentals: 800-336-8297                                       19
             BOCA RATON
             FLORIDA
                                                                                                                           OCT 24-30




Boca Raton, Florida has everything you’re looking for in a vacation destination: white sandy
beaches, intracoastal waterways, and a downtown area with lots to do. With a great year-round
climate, and its proximity to sandy ocean beaches and waterways, Boca Raton offers a wide array
of leisure activities for everyone to enjoy including golf, tennis, boating, deep-sea fishing, shopping
and more. Within a short drive from downtown Boca Raton, you will find a variety of restaurants
and entertainment, including performing arts venues and museums.
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS:
Nestled on 356 picturesque acres in South Florida, Boca Raton Resort & Club, The Waldorf Astoria Collection®
has reigned as an icon of elegance for more than 80 years. Today, this sprawling landscape of lush gardens and
magnificent Mediterranean-style architecture has a fresh new look and modern amenities. Featuring: world
class restaurants; the renowned luxury Palazzo Spa; two challenging 18- hole championship golf courses;
30-world-class tennis courts; half mile private beach; seven swimming pools, full service luxury marina and
much more!! The staff and child-friendly atmosphere create a wonderful family getaway for kids of every age!
Hotel Rating: AAA 4-Diamond.
GROUP BASE HOTEL PACKAGE:
  •	 7 days/6 nights: Tower waterway: $687 per person, double occupancy, including room tax and resort fee.
  •	 Upgrade: Ask for details.
  •	 Package excludes the cost of conference fee.

 Oct 24     Sun      Arrival
                     5:30 - 6:00pm           Hospitality Desk - Welcome to Boca Raton Orientation Meeting
 Oct 25     Mon      7:30am-12:50pm          2010 Federal Income Tax Update
                                             CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                     6:00pm-7:00pm           Reception hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Oct 26     Tue      7:30am-12:50pm          Business and Real Estate Tax Update and Other Hot Topics
                                             CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                     8:30am-9:30am           Spouse/Guest breakfast hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Oct 27     Wed      Day of leisure          No meeting scheduled
 Oct 28     Thu      7:30am-12:50pm          Estate Planning – What’s Next?
                                             CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
 Oct 29     Fri      7:30am-12:50pm          Investment and Retirement Planning Update
                                             CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
 Oct 30     Sat      Recommended day of departure
 Suggested Activities for You and Your Family:
 • Mizner	Park	Shopping	complex	•	Boca	Raton	Museum	of	Art	•	Deer	Creek	Golf	Club	•	Spanish	River	Park	•	Old	Floresta	District	•	Loxahatchee	
 National	Wildlife	Refuge	•	Morikami	Museum	and	Japanese	Gardens	•	Old	School	Square	Cultural	Center	•	Center	for	the	Arts	at	Mizner	Park	
 •	South	Beach	Park	•	Boca	Raton	Old	Town	Hall	
 *Note: Continental breakfast will be served in the meeting room starting at 7:00am for participants only. Participants receive 6 CPEs for attending
 each live session and may receive additional CPEs (equal to the number of CPEs purchased) by completing optional self-study courses. Self-study
 materials will be available in modules of 2 CPEs and 4 CPEs (taxation and A&A,) and will be distributed on site. Summary of CPEs available at this
 program: Live Group study=24 CPEs; Self-Study=16 CPEs for a total of 40 CPEs.




                                           800-588-8491
 To register, or for hotel information,
 call CPE Meetings, NTI’s exclusive                                                              fax: 781-272-9258
 conference reservation specialists.                                                             e-mail: info@nti-inc.com
  20              www.nti-inc.com                                        For airfares and car rentals: 800-336-8297
OCT 24-30                                                                     PALM SPRINGS                            CALIFORNIA




The Palm Springs desert resort cities have blossomed into a year-round haven for visitors and
residents. With nearly 365 days of sunshine, an abundance of entertainment and activities, and the
picturesque Santa Rosa and San Jacinto mountains, the Coachella Valley offers a sense of paradise
to 3.5 million visitors every year. The desert offers ample and lavish fairways and greens as well as
horse riding, tennis, nightlife, fine art and music. Whether you are looking for rest and relaxation or
an invigorating outdoor adventure, you’ll find your own piece of paradise in the Palm Springs Valley
and the Miramonte Resort & Spa.
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS:
The Miramonte Resort & Spa lies at the foothills of the majestic Santa Rosa Mountains. The resort offers guests
a true luxury spa resort experience found nowhere else. Bright bougainvillea, fragrant olive groves and the
Santa Rosa Mountains set the stage for the most unique resort experience in the Palm Springs area. Evoking
the sense of a grand estate, an expansive village of Tuscan tiled villas with grand archways and fine-crafted
stonework are woven into 11 acres of lush citrus, rose and herb gardens.
Hotel Rating: AAA 4-Diamond.
GROUP BASE HOTEL PACKAGE:
  •	 7 days/6 nights: Luxury: $555 per person, double occupancy including hotel tax and resort fee.
  •	 Upgrade: Ask for details.
  •	 Package excludes the cost of conference fee.

 Oct 24     Sun      Arrival
                     5:30 - 6:00pm           Hospitality Desk - Welcome to Palm Springs Orientation Meeting
 Oct 25     Mon      7:30am-12:50pm          2010 Federal Income Tax Update
                                             CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                     6:00pm-7:00pm           Reception hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Oct 26     Tue      7:30am-12:50pm          2010 Business Tax Developments
                                             CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                     8:30am-9:30am           Spouse/Guest breakfast hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Oct 27     Wed      Day of leisure          No meeting scheduled
 Oct 28     Thu      7:30am-12:50pm          Health Care Reform and Taxation-What it Means to You and Your Clients
                                             CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
 Oct 29     Fri      7:30am-12:50pm          Estate Planning – What’s Next?
                                             CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
 Oct 30     Sat      Recommended day of departure
 Suggested Activities for You and Your Family:
 •	Horseback	riding	•	Hot	air	ballooning	•	Bicycling	•	Shopping	–	El	Paseo,	the	Rodeo	Drive	of	the	Desert	•	The	Gardens	on	El	Paseo	•	Palm	Desert	
 Town	Center	•	Golf	•	Tennis	•	Spa	•	Joshua	Tree	National	Park	•	Palm	Springs	aerial	tram	•	Living	Desert	Zoo	and	Park	
 *Note: Continental breakfast will be served in the meeting room starting at 7:00am for participants only. Participants receive 6 CPEs for attending
 each live session and may receive additional CPEs (equal to the number of CPEs purchased) by completing optional self-study courses. Self-study
 materials will be available in modules of 2 CPEs and 4 CPEs (taxation and A&A,) and will be distributed on site. Summary of CPEs available at this
 program: Live Group study=24 CPEs; Self-Study=16 CPEs for a total of 40 CPEs.




                                           800-588-8491
 To register, or for hotel information,
 call CPE Meetings, NTI’s exclusive                                                             fax: 781-272-9258
 conference reservation specialists.                                                            e-mail: info@nti-inc.com
       www.nti-inc.com                                        For airfares and car rentals: 800-336-8297                                       21
             GRAND CAYMAN
             CAYMAN ISLANDS, BWI
                                                                                                                                 NOV 3-10




Grand Cayman: Nestled in the calm, turquoise waters of the western Caribbean, lies the peaceful
Cayman Islands. This island paradise offers spectacular natural beauty, a wealth of activities including
an abundance of water sports and a vast amount of historical and ecological points of interest.
Georgetown, the capital city of Grand Cayman, boasts some of the finest cuisine and duty-free shopping
in all the Caribbean. Explore a sunken wreck, dance the night away, go duty-free shopping or explore
the island – Grand Cayman is the place to be!
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS:
Discover The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman, and experience a place where sparkling blue waters blend seamlessly
with the sand and sky. Located on an archipelago of three picturesque islands, The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman
hotel offers a breathtaking location unlike anywhere else on earth. From the white sands of Seven Mile Beach to
world-renowned restaurants, The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman offers guests an unforgettable and luxurious escape.
Hotel Rating: AAA 5-Diamond.
GROUP BASE HOTEL PACKAGE:
  •	 8 days/7 nights: Lagoon View: $1,047 per person, based on double occupancy, including hotel taxes and gratuities.
  •	 Upgrade: Ask for details.
  •	 Package excludes the cost of conference fee.

 Nov 3       Wed      Arrival
                      5:30 - 6:00pm           Hospitality Desk - Welcome to Grand Cayman Orientation Meeting
 Nov 4       Thu      7:30am-12:50pm          2010 Federal Income Tax Update
                                              CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                      6:00pm-7:00pm           Reception hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Nov 5       Fri      7:30am-12:50pm          Business and Real Estate Tax Update and Other Hot Topics
                                              CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                      8:30am-9:30am           Spouse/Guest breakfast hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Nov 6       Sat      Day of leisure          No meeting scheduled
 Nov 7       Sun      Day of leisure          No meeting scheduled
 Nov 8       Mon      7:30am-12:50pm          2010 FASB, SSARS and SAS Update and Other Developments Affecting the Profession
                                              CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Accounting 4, Auditing 2*
 Nov 9       Tue      7:30am-12:50pm          New Developments – Compilation and Review Engagements
                                              CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Auditing 6*
 Nov 10      Wed      Recommended day of departure
 Suggested Activities for You and Your Family:
 • Duty-free	shopping	in	Georgetown	•	Island	Tour	•	Seven	Mile	Beach	•	Snorkel	excursion	•	Stingray	City	•	Sunset	Sail	•	Turtle	Farm	•	Scuba	diving	
 •	Queen	Elizabeth	II	Botanic	Park	•	Butterfly	Farm	•	Day	trip	to	Cayman	Brac	or	Little	Cayman	•	Famous	town	of	“Hell”	•	Excursion	to	Rum	Point	•	Bird	
 watching	•	Cayman	Craft	Market	•	Tennis	•	Pirate	Cruise	aboard	the	Jolly	Roger	•	Golf	•	Atlantis	Deep	Dive	Submarine	•	Dining	at	any	island	restaurants
 *Note: Continental breakfast will be served in the meeting room starting at 7:00am for participants only. Participants receive 6 CPEs for attending
 each live session and may receive additional CPEs (equal to the number of CPEs purchased) by completing optional self-study courses. Self-study
 materials will be available in modules of 2 CPEs and 4 CPEs (taxation and A&A,) and will be distributed on site. Summary of CPEs available at this
 program: Live Group study=24 CPEs; Self-Study=16 CPEs for a total of 40 CPEs.




                                            800-588-8491
 To register, or for hotel information,
 call CPE Meetings, NTI’s exclusive                                                                fax: 781-272-9258
 conference reservation specialists.                                                               e-mail: info@nti-inc.com
  22               www.nti-inc.com                                         For airfares and car rentals: 800-336-8297
NOV 7-14                                                                                                  KAPALUA           MAUI, HAWAII




Maui magic — Tropical breezes, 120 miles of dramatic coastline, more than 80 golden-sand beaches,
and hundreds of waterfalls. Only on Maui will you find the unforgettable, rugged “Road to Hana,”
featuring the Seven Sacred Pools, Haleakala Crater — the world’s largest dormant volcano — and the
bustling historic whaling village of Lahaina. And, the snorkeling in Kapalua is rated among the “Best
on Maui.” Don’t miss a short ferry trip to the unspoiled beauty of the Island of Lanai.
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS:
Rated one of the Top Ten Resorts in the U.S. by Condé Nast is the Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua. They have just recently
completed a $130 million renovation. You’ll experience the ultimate in luxury and everything you would expect
from a Ritz including its richly-appointed rooms, unparalleled service, and luxurious spa and fitness center. On the
premises are three championship golf courses, tennis, a full selection of water sports, and a Ritz Kids program.
Hotel Rating: AAA 5-Diamond.
GROUP BASE HOTEL PACKAGE:
  •	 8 days/7 nights: Golf-Mountain View: $931 per person, double occupancy, including hotel tax and resort fee.
  •	 Upgrade: Ask for details.
  •	 Package excludes the cost of conference fee.

 Nov 7       Sun      Arrival
                      5:30 - 6:00pm             Hospitality Desk - Welcome to Kapalua Orientation Meeting
 Nov 8       Mon      7:30am-12:50pm            2010 Federal Income Tax Update
                                                CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                      6:00pm-7:00pm             Reception hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Nov 9       Tue      7:30am-12:50pm            Business and Real Estate Tax Update and Other Hot Topics
                                                CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                      8:30am-9:30am             Spouse/Guest breakfast hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Nov 10      Wed      Day of leisure            No meeting scheduled
 Nov 11      Thu      Day of leisure            No meeting scheduled
 Nov 12      Fri      7:30am-12:50pm            New Developments-Estate, Gift and Retirement Planning - Part 1
                                                CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
 Nov 13      Sat      7:30am-12:50pm            New Developments-Estate, Gift and Retirement Planning - Part 2
                                                CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
 Nov 14      Sun      Recommended day of departure
 Suggested Activities for You and Your Family:
 • Relax	at	the	hotel’s	beautiful	pool	and	beach	•	Golf	with	other	participants	•	Trip	to	Hana	•	Day	trip	to	the	Island	of	Lanai	•	Shopping	in	Lahaina	•	Luau
 *Note: Continental breakfast will be served in the meeting room starting at 7:00am for participants only. Participants receive 6 CPEs for attending
 each live session and may receive additional CPEs (equal to the number of CPEs purchased) by completing optional self-study courses. Self-study
 materials will be available in modules of 2 CPEs and 4 CPEs (taxation and A&A,) and will be distributed on site. Summary of CPEs available at this
 program: Live Group study=24 CPEs; Self-Study=16 CPEs for a total of 40 CPEs.




                                              800-588-8491
 To register, or for hotel information,
 call CPE Meetings, NTI’s exclusive                                                                    fax: 781-272-9258
 conference reservation specialists.                                                                   e-mail: info@nti-inc.com
         www.nti-inc.com                                          For airfares and car rentals: 800-336-8297                                             23
             LAS VEGAS
             NEVADA
                                                                                                                                 NOV 7-12




Las Vegas: Is the ultimate destination — the city that never sleeps. You will enjoy all the events
and activities that make this city one-of-a-kind — the best of fine dining, world-class entertainment,
infinite shopping, golf, and, oh yes... 24-hour gambling. Major attractions include spectacular Red
Rock Canyon, day trips to the Grand Canyon, plenty of shopping, the Hoover Dam, and Lake Mead.
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS:
With its golden facade arching toward the sky, Wynn Las Vegas provides a unique fusion of nature and luxury.
From the towering mountain at the front of the resort on the Las Vegas Strip to the Tom Fazio-designed 18-hole
championship golf course at the back, natural beauty permeates Wynn Las Vegas. Lagoons, waterfalls, terraced
landscapes,	floor-to-ceiling	windows,	and	skylights	throughout	the	217-acre	resort	create	a	tranquil	environment.	
Fine dining, swank shops, a rejuvenating spa, 110,000 square-foot casino and thriving nightlife round out the
resort experience.
Hotel Rating: AAA 5-Diamond.
GROUP BASE HOTEL PACKAGE:
  •	 6 days/5 nights: Run of house: $498 per person based on double occupancy, includes hotel taxes.
  •	 Upgrade: Ask for details.
  •	 Package excludes the cost of conference fee.

 Nov 7       Sun      Arrival
                      5:30 - 6:00pm           Hospitality Desk - Welcome to Las Vegas Orientation Meeting
 Nov 8       Mon      7:30am-12:50pm          Health Care Reform and Taxation-What it Means to You and Your Clients
                                              CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                      6:00pm-7:00pm           Reception hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Nov 9       Tue      7:30am-12:50pm          Estate Planning – What’s Next?
                                              CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                      8:30am-9:30am           Spouse/Guest breakfast hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Nov 10      Wed      Day of leisure          No meeting scheduled
 Nov 11      Thu      7:30am-12:50pm          2010 FASB, SSARS and SAS Update and Other Developments Affecting the Profession
                                              CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Accounting 4 Auditing 2*
 Nov 12      Fri      7:30am-12:50pm          Unusual GAAP
                                              CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Accounting 6*
                      Recommended departure after meeting adjourns
 Suggested Activities for You and Your Family:
 • Aerial	trip	over	the	Grand	Canyon	•	Golfing	at	Bali	Hai	Golf	Club	•	Casino	hopping	on	Las	Vegas	strip	•	Dolphin	habitat	at	the	Mirage	•	Shopping	at	
 Fashion	Outlet	Mall	•	Cirque	du	Soleil	•	Red	Rock	Canyon	•	Hoover	Dam	•	Lake	Mead	•	Secret	Garden	at	the	Mirage	•	Las	Vegas	Mini	Grand	Prix	
 *Note: Continental breakfast will be served in the meeting room starting at 7:00am for participants only. Participants receive 6 CPEs for attending
 each live session and may receive additional CPEs (equal to the number of CPEs purchased) by completing optional self-study courses. Self-study
 materials will be available in modules of 2 CPEs and 4 CPEs (taxation and A&A,) and will be distributed on site. Summary of CPEs available at this
 program: Live Group study=24 CPEs; Self-Study=16 CPEs for a total of 40 CPEs.




                                            800-588-8491
 To register, or for hotel information,
 call CPE Meetings, NTI’s exclusive                                                                fax: 781-272-9258
 conference reservation specialists.                                                               e-mail: info@nti-inc.com
  24               www.nti-inc.com                                        For airfares and car rentals: 800-336-8297
DEC 12-16                           CHRISTMAS IN NEW YORK                                                                NEW YORK




Christmas season in New York City. Once the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center is lit, the city
glistens. There’s no place like it in the world. With new Broadway shows; the Rockette’s Christmas
Spectacular; shopping on 5th Avenue and upscale dining galore, the holiday season rings true in the
world’s second home - New York City!
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS:
Rediscover the newly redesigned Renaissance New York Hotel Times Square – located in the heart of New
York City – Guest rooms feature beautifully crafted interiors with redesigned hardwood furniture, bathrooms
and state-of-the-art in-room technology. The Renaissance offers an ideal location within Midtown Manhattan’s
world-class entertainment and attractions. Guests can enjoy cocktails or dinner at Two Times Square restaurant
overlooking Times Square before venturing out to Rockefeller Center or the Theater District. With a location on
Broadway and Seventh Avenue, this Manhattan NYC hotel is a perfect blend of luxury and location.
Hotel Rating: AAA 4-Diamond.
GROUP BASE HOTEL PACKAGE:
  •	 5 days/4 nights: Run of house: $899 per person based on double occupancy including hotel taxes.
     Minimum 4-night stay required.
  •	 Upgrade: Ask for details.
  •	 Package excludes the cost of conference fee.

 Dec 12     Sun      Arrival
                     5:30 - 6:00pm           Hospitality Desk - Welcome to Christmas in New York Orientation Meeting
 Dec 13     Mon      7:30am-12:50pm          2010 FASB, SSARS and SAS Update and Other Developments Affecting the Profession
                                             CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Accounting 4 Auditing 2*
                     6:00pm-7:00pm           Reception hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Dec 14     Tue      7:30am-12:50pm          2010 Federal Income Tax Update
                                             CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                     8:30am-9:30am           Spouse/Guest breakfast hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Dec 15     Wed      Day of leisure          No meeting scheduled
 Dec 16     Thu      7:30am-12:50pm          2010 Business Tax Developments
                                             CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                     Recommended departure after meeting adjourns
 Suggested Activities for You and Your Family:
 • Times	Square	•	Central	Park	•	Madison	Square	Garden	•	Rockefeller	Center	•	Empire	State	Building	•	Broadway	Theater	District	•	Jacob	Javits	
 Center	•	Fifth	Avenue	Shopping	•	Museum	of	Modern	Art	•	Ellis	Island	/Statue	of	Liberty	•	Chrysler	Building	•	FAO	Schwarz	•	American	Girl	Place	
 •	Intrepid	Air	&	Space	Museum	•	Lincoln	Center	•	Radio	City	Music	Hall	•	The	Today	Show	(NBC	Tower)	•	United	Nations	•	NY	Public	Library	
 •	Grand	Central	Terminal.	
 *Note: Continental breakfast will be served in the meeting room starting at 7:00am for participants only. Participants receive 6 CPEs for attending
 each live session and may receive additional CPEs (equal to the number of CPEs purchased) by completing optional self-study courses. Self-study
 materials will be available in modules of 2 CPEs and 4 CPEs (taxation and A&A,) and will be distributed on site. Summary of CPEs available at this
 program: Live Group study=18 CPEs; Self-Study=24 CPEs for a total of 40 CPEs.




                                           800-588-8491
 To register, or for hotel information,
 call CPE Meetings, NTI’s exclusive                                                              fax: 781-272-9258
 conference reservation specialists.                                                             e-mail: info@nti-inc.com
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             WALT DISNEY WORLD®
             NEW YEAR’S CELEBRATION, FLORIDA
                                                                                                         DEC 26-JAN 2, 2011

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Experience the unique magic of Walt Disney World® Resort, a destination that will entertain, inform,
delight, and create once-in-a-lifetime memories. Attractions include: Animal Kingdom®, Cirque du
Soleil®, Disney-MGM Studios®, Typhoon Lagoon®, Pleasure Island®, Blizzard Beach® — featuring the
world’s highest water slide — and of course, Magic Kingdom® and EPCOT®. Or, step outside Disney
to Universal Studios®, Sea World®, and the nationally known entertainment complex — Church Street
Station — home of Rosie O’Grady’s Good Time Emporium, Cheyenne Saloon and Opera House, hot air
balloon rides, and so much more!
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS:
In the heart of Walt Disney World®, the award-winning Walt Disney World Swan is your gateway to Central
Florida’s illustrious theme parks and attractions. The resort is located in between Epcot® and Disney’s Hollywood
Studios™ and close to Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Theme Park and Magic Kingdom® Park.
Hotel Rating: AAA 4-Diamond.
GROUP BASE HOTEL PACKAGE:
  •	 8 days/7 nights: Standard: $1,057 per person based on double occupancy including hotel taxes and resort fee.
  •	 Upgrade: Ask for details.
  •	 Package excludes the cost of conference fee.

 Dec 26     Sun     Arrival
                    5:30 - 6:00pm           Hospitality Desk - Welcome to Walt Disney World® Orientation Meeting
 Dec 27     Mon     7:30am-12:50pm          2010 Federal Income Tax Update
                                            CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                    6:00pm-7:00pm           Reception hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Dec 28     Tue     7:30am-12:50pm          Business and Real Estate Tax Update and Other Hot Topics
                                            CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
                    1:00pm-2:00pm           Spouse/Guest Character Reception hosted by National Tax Institute®
 Dec 29     Wed     Day of leisure          No meeting scheduled
 Dec 30     Thu     7:30am-12:50pm          New Developments-Estate, Gift and Retirement Planning - Part 1
                                            CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
 Dec 31     Fri     7:30am-12:50pm          New Developments-Estate, Gift and Retirement Planning - Part 2
                                            CPE Hours: 6 Group Study - Taxes*
 Jan 1      Sat     Day of leisure          No meeting scheduled
 Jan 2      Sun     Recommended day of departure
 Suggested Activities for You and Your Family:
 • Golf	•	shopping	•	Mandara	Spa	•	pool	•	Downtown	Disney®	•	beach	•	Epcot®	•	Health	Club	•	Disney’s	Boardwalk	entertainment	district	•	Tennis	
 •	Basketball	•	volleyball	•	jogging	trails	•	game	room	•	art	gallery	•	Cirque	Du	Soleil®	•	Disney’s	Hollywood	Studios™	•	Magic	Kingdom® Park
 •	Disney’s	Animal	Kingdom®
 *Note: Continental breakfast will be served in the meeting room starting at 7:00am for participants only. Participants receive 6 CPEs for attending
 each live session and may receive additional CPEs (equal to the number of CPEs purchased) by completing optional self-study courses. Self-study
 materials will be available in modules of 2 CPEs and 4 CPEs (taxation and A&A,) and will be distributed on site. Summary of CPEs available at this
 program: Live Group study=24 CPEs; Self-Study=16 CPEs for a total of 40 CPEs.




                                           800-588-8491
 To register, or for hotel information,
 call CPE Meetings, NTI’s exclusive                                                              fax: 781-272-9258
 conference reservation specialists.                                                             e-mail: info@nti-inc.com
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           REGISTRATION                                                            CONFERENCE & HOTEL/CRUISE



Cost includes all materials,continental breakfast at each                                                                                                up to            up to            up to
meeting (for participants only), a sunset cocktail reception                                                                                             24CPEs           32CPEs           40CPEs
for you and your spouse/guests.
Group discounts: 10% for 3 or more registrants.                                                                 By May 31                                $999             $1,049           $1,098
                   20% for 5 or more registrants.                                                               After May 31                             $1,049           $1,099           $1,149
                                                                                                                CD-ROM with                              Cruise surcharge: add $75
Cancellation policy: Conference fee will be refunded in full only if notice is                                  conference fee
received in writing at least 10 days prior to the beginning of the conference.                                  purchase*: add $49
Within 10 days, credit will be given toward a future conference.This applies                                    *Excludes CPE
|to the conference only,and not travel.

How to Register:
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           1. For conference cost:Make check payable to: National Tax Institute
           2. Deposit for hotel/cruise package: Make check payable to: CPE Meetings for $200 per person
              (cruise deposits vary, balance is due 45 days prior to departure).

                                                                           Hotel/cruise                                                                                                  Hotel/cruise
Location                            Date                 Please check        package*                Location                                  Date                   Please check         package*


Aruba                                May 21–28                 7 nts          $980                   Sicily, Italy                             Sept 23–30                   7 nts          $2,395

Walt Disney World Resort
                      ®
                                     Jun 20–27                 7 nts          $627                   The Greenbrier                            Sept 26–Oct 1                5 nts          $750

Kauai, HI                            Jun 20–27                7 nts          $977                    Stowe                                     Oct 3–8                      5 nts          $623

Cape Cod                             Jul 7–12                 5 nts          $975                    Asheville                                 Oct 17–22                    5 nts          $605

Myrtle Beach                         Jul 11–18                 7 nts          $665                   Boca Raton                                Oct 24–30                    6 nts          $687

Cloister                             Jul 18–25                 7 nts          $1,225                 Palm Springs                              Oct 24–30                    6 nts          $555

Hershey                              Jul 25–30                 5 nts          $563                   Grand Cayman                              Nov 3–10                     7 nts          $1,047

Baltic Cruise**                      Jul 31–Aug 10             10 days      from $1,530              Kapalua                                   Nov 7–14                     7 nts          $931

Yosemite                             Aug 1–6                   5 nts          $866                   Las Vegas                                 Nov 7–12                     5 nts          $498

Laguna Beach                         Aug 8–14                  6 nts          $897                   New York                                  Dec 12–16                    4 nts          $899

Sonoma                               Sept 19–24                5 nts          $813                   Walt Disney World® Resort                 Dec 26–Jan 2                 7 nts          $1,057

*Rates are per person, double occupancy. Room rates, taxes and gratuities are subject to change.
**Baltic Cruise rate excludes airare from most major cities, and prices are subject to change based on availability at the time of booking.
Upgrades available at surcharge. Not responsible for errors or omissions.




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                   courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding QAS sponsors may be addressed to the
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  SAMPLE COURSES                                               OUSTANDING PRICE PER CREDIT HOUR
  Tax Courses                                                   Unlimided CPE
  Complete Guide to Estate and Gift Taxation
                                                                Frim Size        Item #          Price
  The Ultimate Guide to Retirement Planning
  1040 Workshop                                                 1                80              $499
  Asset Protection Strategies for Accountants                   2                80              $699
  Tax Guide to Compensation
  Critical Legal and Tax Issues for Accountants                 3                80              $799
  Family Tax Planning                                           4-10             80              $899
  Guide to Federal Corporate and Individual Taxation
                                                                11-20            80              $999
  Tax Research, Fast & Free on the Internet
  Choice of Entity                                              21-30            80              $1,399
  Special Problems: Real Estate Taxation                        31-50            80              $1,899
  Bankruptcy, Repossessions, etc.
  Dealing with Debt and Interest                                Partial CPE
  Passive Activity Losses                                       Any 16 Hours     80A             $169
  Partnerships Taxation
                                                                Any 24 Hours     80B             $199
  Taxation of Closely Held Businesses
                                                                Any 40 Hours     80C             $299
  A&A Courses
  2010 FASB/SSARS & SAS Update & Review                         Without CPE
  Practice Issues: Compilation and Review Update                                 80D             $99




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Taxation                                                      Tax Research Fast & Free on the Internet
                                                              Danny C. Santucci, JD
Category: Taxes                                               Objective: To review the tools available for tax research
Prerequisite and Advanced Preparation: None                   on the Internet.
Format: Manual with exam                                      Get instant tax information FREE! This course provides
CPE: 8 – 40 CPEs as noted                                     the practitioner with the tools to immediately access
Level: Basic unless otherwise noted                           the information-rich tax web sites at tremendous sav-
                                                              ings and speed over traditional paper and CD-ROM tax
40 HOUR MEGA COURSE!
                                                              services	such	as:	•	Tax	law	library	sites	•	State	forms	
Complete Guide to Estate and Gift Taxation
                                                              and	publications	•	Auto	values	and	leasing	tables	
Danny C. Santucci, JD
                                                              •	Pending	legislation	•	Tax	calculators	•	Live	chat	tax	
Objective: To understand various tax issues related to
                                                              locations	•	Newsletters,	and	more.
estate and gift taxation, both pre- and post-mortem.
                                                              Item 9: 16 CPEs $149
This exceptional course encompasses all aspects of
pre- and post-estate and gift taxation, including:            Choice of Entity
•	General	overview	of	estate	and	gift	taxation	•	Estate	      Danny C. Santucci, JD
administration	•	Manner	of	holding	title	•	Forms	706	and	     Objective: To review the various types of entities that
709	filing	requirements	•	Computing	the	federal	estate	       can be used for businesses.
and	gift	tax	•	Gross	estate	exclusions	and	deductions	        This comprehensive course describes, compares, and
•	Charitable	gifting	and	valuation	•	Review	of	family	        contrasts the advantages and disadvantages of using
limited partnerships, life insurance, installment notes       sole proprietorships, partnerships, LLCs, C and S cor-
•	Post-mortem	administration	elections,	and	more.             porations in the formation and operation of a business.
Item 101: 24 CPEs $199                                        Emphasis is given to maximizing the tax benefits of
Item 101A: 40 CPEs $289                                       each business format with consideration given to the
                                                              impact of each type of entity on fringe benefits, retire-
Tax Guide to Compensation. Retirement Plans, Au-
                                                              ment plan alternatives, and other forms of deferred
tos, Fringe Benefits, and Selected Payroll Issues
                                                              compensation.
Danny C. Santucci, JD
                                                              Item 511: 24 CPEs $199
Objective: To identify the various types of compensa-
tion arrangements including fringe benefits,                  Family Tax Planning
retirement plans, and others.                                 Danny C. Santucci, JD
This course reviews law and planning opportunities            Objective: To review tax planning opportunities for
for structuring executive compensation and related            families and their businesses.
retirement plans and fringe benefits, including:              This course discusses the tax ramifications of the
•	Using	non-qualified	deferred	corporate	plans	               family	united	and	apart,	including:	•	Transferring	the	
•	The	basics	of	retirement	plans	—	SIMPLE	plans,	             family	home	to	family	members	•	Planning	for	college	
money purchase for pension plans, and stock bonus             •	Gifting	to	the	next	generation	•	Compensating	work-
plans	•	Operating	401(k)	plans	•	ERISA	issues	and	            ing	family	members	•	Protecting	the	family	business	
reporting	•	Fringe	benefits	substantiation	and	docu-          against	the	new	in-law	•	Divorce-peculiar	transactions	
mentation	requirements	•	Medical	savings	accounts,	           such as allocating gain rollovers, gain exclusions, pas-
self-insured plans, disability insurance, and life insur-     sive loss allocation, and retirement plans, and more.
ance	•	COBRA	requirements,	and	more.                          Item 70: 16 CPEs $149
Item 12: 24 CPEs $199                                         Item 70A: 24 CPEs $199

Asset Protection Strategies for Accountants                   Critical Legal and Tax Issues for Accountants
Danny C. Santucci, JD                                         Danny C. Santucci, JD
Objective: To identify numerous asset protection tech-        Objective: To identify specific legal issues and their
niques available to businesses and individuals.               tax ramifications.
We live in a litigious environment where asset protec-        Learn about critical legal issues with related tax
tion is essential in tax, financial, and estate planning.     ramifications,	including:	•	Asset	protection	•	Divorce	
Topics	include:	•	Why	the	need	for	asset	protection?	         •	Bankruptcy	•	Employment-related	legal	issues	
•	What	type	of	entity	works	best	for	protection?	             •	Types	of	legal	entities	and	forms	of	title	•	Insurance	
•	Review	of	types	of	creditors,	priority	claims,	etc.	        •	Real	estate	legal	and	tax	matters	•	Retirement	plans	
•	Marital	agreements,	family	transfers,	use	of	multiple	      and	employee	benefits	•	Torts	and	personal	injuries	
entities	•	Protecting	retirement	plans	•	Fraudulent	          •	Wills	and	probate	•	Legal	considerations	of	using	trusts.
conveyances and areas of danger, and more.                    Item 22: 24 CPEs $199
Item 19: 24 CPEs $199




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40 HOUR MEGA COURSE!                                            Accounting and Auditing
The Ultimate Guide to Retirement Planning
Danny C. Santucci, JD                                           Category: Accounting and Auditing
Objective: To identify issues related to retirement planning.   Prerequisite and Advanced Preparation: None
                                                                Format: Manual with exam
This course is essential for participants who wish to           CPE: 8 – 40 CPEs as noted
attain comfortable retirement security for themselves           Level: Basic unless otherwise noted
and	their	clients,	including:	•	Retirement	income	costs	
and	needs	•	Review	of	retirement	plans	—	SEPS,	IRAs,	           BEST SELLER!
etc.	•	Determining	Social	Security	benefits	                    2010 FASB Review for Industry
•	Non-qualified	plans	•	Medicare/Medicaid	planning	             Steven C. Fustolo, CPA, MBA
•	Distributions	•	Insurance	vehicles	•	Planning	for	the	        Objective: To review recent accounting changes
retirement home, and much more.                                 important to accountants in industry.
Item 23: 24 CPEs $199
                                                                This course is vital for the financial manager, con-
Item 23A: 40 CPEs $289
                                                                troller, and CFO who needs to brush up on recent
1040 Workshop                                                   accounting pronouncements that affect financial
Danny C. Santucci, JD                                           reporting. Topics vary depending on recently issued
Objective: To identify many “high traffic” tax issues           statements and include recent FASB statements, EITF
related to Form 1040.                                           consensus opinions, Accounting Standards Updates
                                                                (ASUs), current developments, hot topics, and more.
This course is designed for the practitioner comfort-           Level: Update
able with “high traffic” tax issues, focusing on the            Item 30: 16 CPEs (Accounting) $149
practical aspects of preparing the form 1040 and
related	forms,	including:	•	IRAs	and	Keoghs	•	Passive	          Enron: Fraud, Deception and the Aftermath
activity losses, real estate and tax-free exchanges             Steven C. Fustolo, CPA, MBA
•	T&E,	autos	and	fringe	benefits	reporting	•	Domestic	          Objective: To review the issues related to Enron includ-
relations	and	dealing	with	divorce	•	Depreciation	and	          ing how it happened, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, and new
amortization	•	Hobby	losses	and	home	office	deduc-              fraud standards that evolved from Enron.
tions, and more.
                                                                The Enron case has torn apart the accounting and
Item 11: 24 CPEs $199
                                                                auditing profession like no other development. Based
Item 11A: 40 CPEs $289
                                                                on exhaustive research into Enron by the course au-
40 HOUR MEGA COURSE!                                            thor, this course is divided into three sections as
Guide to Federal Corporate and Individual Taxation              follows: Section 1: Emphasizes the four special-pur-
Danny C. Santucci, JD                                           pose entities (SPEs) that brought Enron down. Section
                                                                2: Addresses the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, and its require-
Objective: To review a variety of tax issues related to
                                                                ments for auditors; Section 3: Focuses on recent fraud
corporate and individual taxation.
                                                                statistics and an analysis of the new auditor fraud
This Mega Course consists of most major individual,             requirements in SAS No. 99.
corporate and partnership income tax provisions.                Item 514: 10 CPEs (Accounting: 5, Auditing: 5) $79
Specific	focus	includes:	•	Travel	and	entertainment	
•	Fringe	benefits	•	Passive	losses	•	Itemized	deduc-            $99 PRICE BUSTER!
tions	and	exemptions	•	Home	office	•	Club	dues	and	             Current Developments — Accounting and Financial
other	deductions	•	Reasonable	compensation	                     Reporting
•	Current	individual	and	corporate	rates,	and	more.             Steven C. Fustolo, CPA, MBA
Item 102: 40 CPEs $289                                          Objective: To discuss a variety of new developments
                                                                related to accounting and financial reporting.
                                                                This course is prepared as a survey course, filled with
                                                                numerous new developments affecting the accounting
                                                                profession.	Topics	include:	•	New	FASB	EITF	consen-
                                                                sus	opinions	•	Recent	SEC	developments	affecting	
                                                                pensions	And	stock	options	•	Confusing	disclosures	
                                                                •	Pending	changes,	and	more.	
                                                                Level: Update
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Practice Issues: Compilation and Review Update                     $99 PRICE BUSTER!
Steven C. Fustolo, CPA, MBA                                        Making Money With Special Engagements
Objective: To review selected practice issues important            Agreed-Upon Procedures, Forecasts, Projects and
in compilation and review engagements.                             Other Special Reporting Opportunities
                                                                   Steven C. Fustolo, CPA
This course consists of an accumulation of practice issues
                                                                   Objective: To review the SSAEs and special reporting
relating to compilation and review engagements that have
                                                                   options available.
been addressed in peer reviews, compilation and review
alerts,	and	practice	bulletins,	including:	•	Dramatic	changes	     The Auditing Standards Board rewrote the rules for
of	SSARS	No.	19	•	Review	of	recently	issued	SSARSs	and	            special reporting engagements by issuing SSAE No.
interpretations	•	Responsibility	for	fraud,	going	concern	         10. Accountants and auditors have a great opportunity
in	compilation	and	review	engagements	•	Dealing	with	              to increase fees by offering new types of services. This
representation	letters	and	engagement	letters	•	Personal	          course reviews the special engagement opportunities
financial	statements	•	Using	OCBOA	*	Legends	on	financial	         available	to	accountants,	including:	•	Using	agreed-up-
statements, and more.                                              on	procedures	•	Preparing	forecasts	and	projections	for	
Item 31: 20 CPEs (Auditing) $169                                   closely	held	businesses	•	Reporting	on	elements	such	
                                                                   as sales, compliance engagements, and more.
$99 PRICE BUSTER!                                                  Item 505: 12 CPEs (Auditing) $99
Everything You Never Wanted to Know About GAAP
Steven C. Fustolo, CPA, MBA                                        $99 PRICE BUSTER!
Objective: To review a variety of practice issues related          Understanding the New Consolidation of Variable
to disclosures and financial reporting.                            Interest Entity Rules: FASB No. 167, Amendments to
                                                                   FASB Interpretation No. 46R
The majority of this course is presented in an easy-to-
                                                                   Steven C. Fustolo CPA, MBA
use, question-and-answer format dealing with unusual
                                                                   Objective: To review the complexities of the new con-
reporting and disclosure issues such as: how do you
                                                                   solidation rules related to off-balance sheet [variable
disclose life insurance, leases, catastrophes, agreements
                                                                   interest] entities.
not to compete, etc. Includes a full section devoted to in-
come tax basis and selected FASB financial statements.             This course is the leading authority in understanding
Item 33: 16 CPEs (Accounting) $99                                  the new highly complex consolidation rules for off-
                                                                   balance sheet entities [variable interest entities] found
$99 PRICE BUSTER!                                                  in FASB Interpretation No. 46R, as amended by newly
Auditing Developments                                              issued	FASB	No.	167	(ASC	810).	Topics	include:	•	Key	
Steven C. Fustolo, CPA, MBA                                        changes	made	by	FASB	No.	167	(ASC	810)	•	Determin-
Objective: To review a variety of auditing developments            ing	whether	an	entity	is	a	VIE	•	Define	types	of	variable	
affecting the profession.                                          interests	•	Who	is	the	primary	beneficiary	that	consoli-
This course will bring you up to date with the latest              dates	a	VIE	•	Off-balance-sheet	real	estate	entities	
auditing	developments	including:	•	Issues	addressed	               •	How	to	implement	the	new	rules,	and	more.
in	the	AICPA’s	Audit	Risk	Alert	•	Unusual	reporting	               Item 77: 12 CPEs (Accounting) $99
issues, and other auditing issues.
Level: Update
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Objective: To review recent accounting, auditing and               Any courses canceled that have already been shipped to you may
compilation and review changes.                                    be completed by you and NTI will accept the completed examina-
                                                                   tion for grading within the required one-year from purchase time
Author Steven Fustolo brings you up-to-date with the               limitation.
latest changes in accounting, compilation and review,
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and auditing developments. Topics vary depending on                any self study courses or conferences should be submitted to
recently	issued	statements	and	include:	•	Newly	issued	            the attention of the Director of National Tax Institute-Profession-
FASB	statements	•	Accounting	Standards	Updates	                    al Education Institute by calling 800-805-6628. The Director will
(ASUs), Changes to compilation and review including                promptly address all complaints once they are received.
newly issued SSARS No. 19, new auditing standards,
Current financial reporting changes including the move
toward international standards, Hot topics, and more.
Level: Update
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