FAQ

What is Latino Tax Fest?

Latino Tax Fest is 3 days of learning, networking, and fun. Over 2,500 tax pros and accountants attend to learn about the latest tax and IRS changes while earning continuing education hours. Over 100 exhibitors will be showcasing their latest products and services to help you grow your business.

When and Where is Latino Tax Fest?

The 2020 Latino Tax Fest will take place at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas on December 15 – 17, 2020.

Is Lunch Provided?

Lunch is not provided; however, there will be food carts in the Marketplace. Many exhibitors offer a free lunch and learn where you can learn about their latest products and offerings. Click here to view the available lunch and learns.

Is Coffee and Tea Provided?

Yes! Fresh coffee and tea will be provided every morning from 7am to 10am.

Event Hours

Tuesday December 15: 8:00am to 7:30pm
Wednesday December 16: 8:00am to 10:00pm
Thursday December 17: 8:00am to 4:00pm

Will there be WiFi?

Yes! We will have free WiFi available to our attendees during our convention hours.

Handouts

We’re going green! Presentations will not be printed. The presentations will be available for all attendees on our 2020 Latino Tax Fest app.

Attire

We recommend you bring business casual attire. Bring a sweater or jacket to the event since the classroom temperatures may vary and are sometimes beyond our control. 

Ticket Access Information

Guest Pass: This pass grants you access to the Marketplace, the LTP Store, and the Fiesta Mixers during event hours. You DO NOT have access to the seminar rooms and you will NOT receive continuing education hours.

All Access Pass: This pass grants you access to all the seminars and events taking place on July 14 -16, 2020.

Exhibitor Pass: In order to qualify for an exhibitor pass, your company must be exhibiting at the event. This pass grants you access to the Marketplace (exhibit hall), the LTP Store, and the Fiesta Mixers during event hours. You DO NOT have access to the seminar rooms and you will NOT receive continuing education hours.

Children Policy

Children under 18 years of age will not be admitted in seminar rooms or Marketplace (exhibit hall) floor, for any reason, without registering as a participant and wearing the appropriate badge.

Children under the age of 18 are specifically prohibited from being in the Marketplace floor during move-in and move-out hours.

Children in the event area must be accompanied by an adult at all times. No exceptions can be made due to liability clause set by hotel and the conference centers.

Disabilities

Participants with disabilities will receive reasonable accommodations as set forth by the LTP. Additional accommodations will be provided at a cost to participant including personal devices.

Participants that require personal assistance must purchase participant badge for anyone needing to be in the seminar room to assist.

Refund Policy

We launched our Peace of Mind policy so that you can take comfort in knowing that any ticket purchased for the 2020 Latino Tax Fest can be changed or credited for the next event.

To request a refund, simply fill out the “Refund Request Form” and fax it to 831-424-3218. You can also email it to our Accounting Department: 

LTPA Accounting Department 
Phone 866-936-2587 ext 1510
Fax 831-424-3218 
Email: info@latinotaxpro.org 

Latino Tax Professionals Association 
1588 Moffett St., Suite A 
Salinas, CA 93905 U.S. 

Attendees Policies

Any participant in the event area must be registered and wear a 2020 participant badge at all times. 2020 Latino Tax Fest badges are required to access seminar rooms and the Marketplace. Badges must be visible at all times while at the event.

  • Participants acknowledge that standing around walls or in the door way in seminar rooms is prohibited by fire codes and the conference facility.
  • Participants acknowledge that they may be asked to leave a seminar room that is full to capacity and attend another seminar for safety reasons.
  • Participants acknowledge that allowing others to use their badges is a serious offense and may lead to expulsion from Latino Tax Fest without any refund of fees.

Privacy Policy

We request the registration information under the authority of 5 USC 301 and 26 USC 7801. We use this information to establish a record of participants 2020 Latino Tax Fest. We also use the information to contact you regarding other LTP initiatives, to provide information you may be interested in, and to ask questions that help us evaluate our programs. Providing this information is voluntary; however, not providing it will prevent you from registering for 2020 Latino Tax Fest  and will prevent us from contacting you.