Factors affecting business interruption assessments. The moratorium on evictions during the pandemic could affect the business income losses and revenue projections for many landlords. (Photo: Diego M. Radzinschi/ALM)

The last year has seen significant impacts on nearly every industry’s revenue, costs, and in many cases, viability due to the pandemic. It challenged the status quo of relying on historical revenues and trends to project the future. The future became quite uncertain and unpredictable.

By the beginning of 2021, however, many companies had found a new rhythm which, in turn, has restored some of the predictability. Or has it? The answer in many cases is no. In fact, it may have gotten more complex.

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