Pandemic Proposals Test the Boundaries of “Insurance”

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  • The business closes in order to comply with a pandemic lockdown order;
  • The business remains open but experiences lost sales because customers are afraid to venture out in public because of the pandemic; or
  • The business incurs additional costs to stay open such as installing plexiglass barriers between cashiers and customers to reduce the risk of transmission during the pandemic.
  • Insurance accounting standards;
  • Federal income tax rules;
  • Dodd-Frank; and
  • McCarran-Ferguson.

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