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Arriving by ferry to Mackinac Island is like taking a step back in time as you travel by horse-drawn carriage to the island’s jewel, the Grand Hotel. Since 1887, presidents, heads of state, and royalty have experienced the quaint elegance of the Grand, where afternoon tea, croquet, and strolls through flower gardens offer a serenity and natural beauty that is a way of life. By day, Mackinac offers endless antique shops, bicycling, and horse and buggy tours with views of the Straits of Mackinac. Visit historic Fort Mackinac and Arch Rock overlooking Lake Huron or the island gardens and splendid 19th-century landmarks. By night, the Grand Hotel comes alive with elegant dining and dancing.

July 8–13

GRAND HOTEL Mackinac Island

Grand Hotel
Glimmering like a diamond on an island of brilliant green.
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Jul 8 Sun Arrival
Hospitality desk registration
Welcome to Mackinac Island Orientation Meeting

Jul 9 Mon 7:30am-12:50pm
2007 Federal Income Tax Update–6 or 8 CPEs*, Instrustor: Andrew R. Biebl
Reception hosted by National Tax Institute

Jul 10 Tue 7:30am-12:50pm
2007 Business Tax Developments–6 or 8 CPEs*, Instrustor: Andrew R. Biebl
Spouse/guest breakfast hosted by National Tax Institute
Grand Hotel Kitchen Tour–complimentary

Jul 11 Wed Day of leisure Scheduled optional tour with other participants

Jul 12 Thu 7:30am-12:50pm Annual Business Law Update–2007–6 or 8 CPEs*, Instructor: Dennis J. Gerschick

Jul 13 Fri 7:30am-12:50pm The Numbers Don’t Lie–Financial Statement Analysis–6 or 8 CPEs–A&A*,
Instructor: Dennis J. Gerschick
Recommended departure after meeting adjourns

Suggested Activities for You and Your Family:
• Tour of Fort Mackinac • Shopping in the quaint shops of Mackinac • Horse and buggy ride through the streets of Mackinac • High Tea at the Grand Hotel • Lake cruise
*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 an additional 2 CPEs by completing an optional 2-hour self-study course which will be
distributed at the conference. Self-study is based on NASBA’s Registry-QAS 50-minute/hour measurement.

Copyright 2007, National Tax Institute.