Sales-Tax Ruling Strains Small Online Sellers

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Eighteen months after the Supreme Court gave states the green light to tax online transactions, small companies that sell things as diverse as recycled yarn and gold bullion are struggling to adjust.

Nicole Snow, chief executive of Darn Good Yarn Inc. in Clifton Park, N.Y., hired a part-time chief financial officer and purchased new sales-tax software in response to the court ruling. Her 21-person company will spend about $25,000 this year to collect and remit about $90,000 in taxes on $5.4 million in sales to buyers in…

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