National -- You can now get help with Y2K computer bug problems from an unlikely source--your banker.
The help comes in the form of a video and resource manual created by the American Bankers Association which is distributed to their affiliated financial institutions. The video explains how banks can work with you to conduct a Y2K assessment; it also identifies resources entrepreneurs can tap into should they detect problems.
Information in the manual includes a small-business checklist, suggested testing criteria, Web-based and SBA resources, as well as a list of additional dates that may impact a business. The video and manual are available at most banks nationwide; check with your local bank for availability.