THE MILLENNIUM MUDDLE - As the clock ticks toward December 31, 1999, CPAs worry computer data will become garbled because many application programs can't determine whether the two-digit year designation--97 vs. 1997--will put the year in the right century. Efforts are under way to fix the problem.
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