NC State & Local Tax Conference FAQs
What is a hybrid event?
A hybrid event combines both in-person and virtual components, allowing attendees to join in their preferred format. This year’s NC State & Local Tax Conference will feature a live in-person audience in Greensboro as well as an online audience on our virtual event platform.
Both options are 100% live, happening simultaneously and allowing you to participate in the format that’s best for you. Through our virtual events platform, live collaboration, and a fluid mindset, NCACPA’s NC State & Local Tax Conference will give you real-time inspiration, knowledge, and tools to face the challenges and opportunities on the horizon.
How do I register for either the virtual or in-person NC State & Local Tax Conference?
You can register for both options here. When completing the registration process, you will need to choose the “in-person” or “virtual” event. You can then further determine which days you’d like to register for under the format you have chosen.
Can I register on-site for the NC State & Local Tax Conference?
What is being done in order to ensure safety during the event?
The health and safety of attendees is a top priority for NCACPA. We have developed the following guidelines and we require that attendees strictly adhere to all guidance in order to make our 2021 events safe, secure and enjoyable for all. Please read NCACPA’s safety guidelines to ensure you would like to participate in an in-person NCACPA event in 2021.
NCAPCA In-Person Safety Guidelines:
- For the safety of all attendees face masks are highly recommended during registration and networking in meeting areas.
- NCACPA meeting planners have developed specific seating arrangements to allow comfortable and appropriate space throughout the meeting space.
- Practice proper sanitation measures, which include using our widely provided hand sanitizers and wiping down frequently touched surfaces in your seating area.
- Assess your personal health prior to arrival, so that you can confirm body temperature below 100.4 F, no new cough, no shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, no loss of taste or smell, no chills, and no sore throat.
- Lastly, prior to arrival, confirm that you have not had close contact in the last 14 days with someone diagnosed with COVID-19 or been advised to isolate or quarantine at the time of the NCACPA in-person event.
NCACPA supports the health and well-being of its community and has collaborated with event facilities to develop safety protocols and measures designed to minimize the risk of COVID-19 infections. Despite NCACPA’s efforts to minimize the risk of COVID-19 infections, it is impossible to eliminate the possibility that you could be exposed to or contract COVID-19 while participating in an NCACPA onsite event or at other event facilities. A signed agreement will be required prior to your purchase and participation in an NCACPA In-Person Event.
Is there a hotel block in Greensboro for the conference?
How do I access the NC State & Local Tax Conference virtually?
The virtual format of NC State & Local Tax Conference in 2021 is being hosted on a virtual conference platform called OnAir. For security reasons, access for each attendee is tied to a unique link and password protected user profile and email address. As you go through the registration flow and receive conference communications closer to the event date, you’ll be prompted to set up your profile and pick a secure password for access during the conference.
I am having problems registering. What should I do?
If you are having trouble with your registration, please email our Experience Support team at [email protected] we will be able to assist you as soon as possible.
2022 event details coming soon!
NCACPA is a NASBA-approved sponsor of continuing education.
For complete program information (course registration, learning objectives, instructional delivery methods, CPE, field of study, prerequisites, program knowledge, level, advance preparation, program description, and speaker information), please visit the event links above.
The North Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants 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 submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org/.
For information regarding refund, complaint, program cancellation or other policies, visit our Registration Policies page or call 800-469-1352.