Do not abbreviate 2020!
When dating your documents and signing your checks this year, do not use “20” as the year. Instead, write out the full four digits: “2020”. Otherwise, the year could be altered. For example, July 3, 2020, being written as 7/3/20, could easily be changed to 7/3/2018, 7/3/2019, or, in the future, to 7/3/2021. Protect yourself, and please tell your friends to do so also.