With the year 2020, if you abbreviate the year by only listing the last two numbers, then you are writing 20 – which then leaves your date subject to fraud. Someone could add two extra numbers after your 20 and make a drastically different date. Watch our video as Attorney Justin M. Kennedy explains why it’s vital that you list the full year when you are writing the year 2020 on all legal and financial documents.
Litherland, Kennedy & Associates, APC, Attorneys at Law are members of the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys. If you would like to learn more about the importance of estate planning, we invite you to attend one of our free estate planning seminars.
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