A state Supreme Court decision handed down last Thursday will let New Jersey authorities collect income taxes from out-of-state companies who do retail business here through licensees.

The justices, in Lanco Inc. v. Director, Division of Taxation , held that a U.S. Supreme Court ruling, exempting a company from collecting sales tax in a state where it has no physical presence, should not be extended to income tax.

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